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A revision of the clepto-parasitic bee genus Neolarra (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae)


A revision of the clepto-parasitic bee genus Neolarra (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae)



Wasmann Journal of Biology 35(2): 212-246



ISSN/ISBN: 0043-0927

Fourteen species of the Nearctic bee genus Neolarra, which is cleptoparasitic in the nests of panurgine beets, are recognized. New species are Neolarra batrae, N. clavigera, N. hurdi, N. orbiculata, N. penicula, and N. rozeni. The subgenera recognized by Michener, Neolarra (Neolarra) and Neolarra (Phileremulus), are retained. New species synonymies include N. verbesinae (= N. congregata Crawford, = N. helianthi Michener, = N. abdominalis Michener) and N. vigilans (= N. mallochi (Michener), = N. colaradensis Michener). Biological information is given for 3 spp., and specific host associations are made for 7 spp. Keys, descriptions and illustrations are provided for the identification of the species and the phylogenies of the species are hypothesized.

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