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Comparative behavior of bees and Onagraceae. IV. Clarkia bees of the Western United States



Comparative behavior of bees and Onagraceae. IV. Clarkia bees of the Western United States



University of California Publications in Entomology 70: 80 pp



Data on 102 species of bees associated with 18 species of Clarkia were obtained. The oligolectic bees Andrena lewisorum, A. omninigra, Hesperapis regularis, Megachile gravita, M. pascoensis, Diadasia angusticeps, Synhalonia venusta carinata, Melissodes clarkiae, Ceratina sequoiae and the polylectic bee Lasioglossum (Evylaeus) pullilabre were studied. Competition between these species is minimized in two ways.

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