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Contribution to the knowledge of the sphecids of the Algarve (Portugal) (Hym., Sphecidae)


, : Contribution to the knowledge of the sphecids of the Algarve (Portugal) (Hym., Sphecidae). Boletim da Sociedade Portuguesa de Entomologia II-19(59): 349-387

Ninety-nine sphecid species from 8 subfamilies were collected in the Algarve, Portugal. Two genera including Diodontus and 14 species were recorded for the 1st time in Portugal, while 47 species were recorded for the 1st time in the Algarve.

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