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Bees of the lower Sydaria

, : Bees of the lower Sydaria. Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal ( 1): 56-58

A survey of the species of bees in the Lower Sydaria region of Kazakhstan, a rich steppe region which produces cotton, fruit, melons and vegetable seed, showed that the following families were represented: Andrenidae, Anthophoridae, Apidae, Colletidae, Megachilidae, Melittidae, Halictidae, Xylocopidae, and others. Forage plants visited by various bee species are listed.

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