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Laboratoire de Zoologie
(Prof. P. Rasmont)
contact: P. Rasmont
Université de Mons
Avenue du Champ de Mars, 6
B-7000 Mons

Unité d'Entomologie fonctionnelle
et évolutive

(Prof. E. Haubruge)
contact: F. Francis
Gembloux Agro Bio Tech
Passage des Déportés, 2
B-5030 Gembloux


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Atlas Hymenoptera is originally a joint initiative between the Mons University Zoology's laboratory (Prof. P. Rasmont) and the Entomology Unit of Functional and Evolutionary of Gembloux Agro Bio Tech (formerly Gembloux University Agronomy Faculty, Prof. E. Haubruge). This initiative has been made possible thanks to the joint efforts of both services that maintain a biogeographic data base of Hymenoptera in Western Europe for many years,.

Atlas Hymenoptera is now a platform that brings together many passionate people about hymenoptera's systematics, ecology, biogeography or ethology. This platform includes both French-speaking professionnals (UMons, ULB, Gembloux Agro Bio tech, OPIE-bees) and non French-speaking professionnals (Universidad de Almería) and Hobbyists (Gallica Apoidea group Gallica).

This site is dedicated to Hymenoptera. You will find distribution maps and illustrations of many species from Europe, but you will also discover a relevant bibliography for major groups, the presentation of the team that is behind this work, and so on ...