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Nesting biologies and mature larvae of oxaeine bees (Apoidea, Andrenidae)

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Alternative: Nesting biologies of oxaeine bees

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Series: American Museum novitates, number 3893

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New York, NY :American Museum of Natural History,[2018]

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America , Andrenidae , Bees , Epeolini , Insects , Larvae , Nests , Oxaeinae , Parasites

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https://doi.org/10.1206/3893.1

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Title

Nesting biologies and mature larvae of oxaeine bees (Apoidea, Andrenidae)

Title Variants:

Alternative: Nesting biologies of oxaeine bees

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Series: American Museum novitates, number 3893

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Rozen, Jerome G., Jr. (Jerome George), 1928- , author

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Book

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Published material

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New York, NY :American Museum of Natural History,[2018]

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"February 22, 2018."

"Appendix: Postdefecating larva of the cleptoparasitic bees Thalestria spinosa (Fabricius) and Triepeolus kathrynae Rozen (Apidae, Nomadinae, Epeolini)": pages 28-31.

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This study encompasses a number of field encounters by the author and others with nests of representatives of three of the four genera of the little-known New World andrenid subfamily Oxaeinae. Species treated include Protoxaea gloriosa Fox, Oxaea flavescens Klug, O. austera Gerstaecker, and Mesoxaea nigerrima (Friese), leaving the nesting biology of only the monotypic genus Notoxaea completely unknown. Nests, all subterranean, are described and diaƠgrammed, and each is reported to consist of a moderately to very deep main burrow with vertical cells occurring at the lower end attached to the main burrow by subhorizontal lateral tunnels, each of which is closed immediately after egg deposition. To the extent known, eggs, mature larvae, and pupae are described. Two known cleptoparasites of the subfamily are reported: Triepeolus kathrynae Rozen, hosted by P. gloriosa, and Thalestria spinosa (Fabricius) (= T. smaragdina Smith), which attacks nests of both O. flavescens and O. austera. The mature larvae of these cleptoparasitic Nomadinae are described and illustrated as an appendix.

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America , Andrenidae , Bees , Epeolini , Insects , Larvae , Nests , Oxaeinae , Parasites

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QL1 .A436 no.3893 2018

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OCLC: 1023813785

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https://doi.org/10.1206/3893.1

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title = {Nesting biologies and mature larvae of oxaeine bees (Apoidea, Andrenidae) },
volume = {no. 3893},
copyright = {In copyright. Digitized with the permission of the rights holder.},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/262717},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/156645 --- Caption title. --- "February 22, 2018." --- "Appendix: Postdefecating larva of the cleptoparasitic bees Thalestria spinosa (Fabricius) and Triepeolus kathrynae Rozen (Apidae, Nomadinae, Epeolini)": pages 28-31. --- Local PDF available in high- and low-resolution versions. --- This study encompasses a number of field encounters by the author and others with nests of representatives of three of the four genera of the little-known New World andrenid subfamily Oxaeinae. Species treated include Protoxaea gloriosa Fox, Oxaea flavescens Klug, O. austera Gerstaecker, and Mesoxaea nigerrima (Friese), leaving the nesting biology of only the monotypic genus Notoxaea completely unknown. Nests, all subterranean, are described and diaƠgrammed, and each is reported to consist of a moderately to very deep main burrow with vertical cells occurring at the lower end attached to the main burrow by subhorizontal lateral tunnels, each of which is closed immediately after egg deposition. To the extent known, eggs, mature larvae, and pupae are described. Two known cleptoparasites of the subfamily are reported: Triepeolus kathrynae Rozen, hosted by P. gloriosa, and Thalestria spinosa (Fabricius) (= T. smaragdina Smith), which attacks nests of both O. flavescens and O. austera. The mature larvae of these cleptoparasitic Nomadinae are described and illustrated as an appendix.},
publisher = {New York, NY :American Museum of Natural History,},
author = {Rozen, Jerome G., (Jerome George), Jr.},
year = {2018},
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TY - BOOK
TI - Nesting biologies and mature larvae of oxaeine bees (Apoidea, Andrenidae)
VL - no. 3893
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/262717
PB - American Museum of Natural History,
CY - New York, NY :
PY - 2018
N1 - Caption title. --- "February 22, 2018." --- "Appendix: Postdefecating larva of the cleptoparasitic bees Thalestria spinosa (Fabricius) and Triepeolus kathrynae Rozen (Apidae, Nomadinae, Epeolini)": pages 28-31. --- Local PDF available in high- and low-resolution versions. --- This study encompasses a number of field encounters by the author and others with nests of representatives of three of the four genera of the little-known New World andrenid subfamily Oxaeinae. Species treated include Protoxaea gloriosa Fox, Oxaea flavescens Klug, O. austera Gerstaecker, and Mesoxaea nigerrima (Friese), leaving the nesting biology of only the monotypic genus Notoxaea completely unknown. Nests, all subterranean, are described and diaƠgrammed, and each is reported to consist of a moderately to very deep main burrow with vertical cells occurring at the lower end attached to the main burrow by subhorizontal lateral tunnels, each of which is closed immediately after egg deposition. To the extent known, eggs, mature larvae, and pupae are described. Two known cleptoparasites of the subfamily are reported: Triepeolus kathrynae Rozen, hosted by P. gloriosa, and Thalestria spinosa (Fabricius) (= T. smaragdina Smith), which attacks nests of both O. flavescens and O. austera. The mature larvae of these cleptoparasitic Nomadinae are described and illustrated as an appendix.
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KW - Bees
KW - Epeolini
KW - Insects
KW - Larvae
KW - Nests
KW - Oxaeinae
KW - Parasites
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