Atlas Hymenoptera - Atlas of European Bees - STEP Project
author(s) :

Michael Terzo

Atlas of the European Bees: genus Exoneuridia

This page is constructed in the framework of the STEP Project
"Status and Trends of European Pollinators"
Coordinator: Simon Geoffrey Potts, University of Reading

STEP Partners to Objective 1 (Document the status and trends of pollinators, map distributions):
University of Mons (Prof. Pierre Rasmont; Denis Michez; Stephanie Iserbyt; Yvan Barbier)
University of Reading (Stuart Roberts)

First on line 23.III.2011

Citation: Terzo M. 2011. Atlas of the European Bees: genus Exoneuridia. STEP Project, Atlas Hymenoptera, Mons, Gembloux. http://www.zoologie.umh.ac.be/hymenoptera/page.asp?ID=212

Exoneuridia European bees

Cockerell 1911
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Show only this taxa Exoneuridia (Alboneuridia) oriola (Warncke 1979)
E. oriola semble endémique des montagnes du Zagros en Iran.
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Exoneuridia (Alboneuridia) oriola (10 specimens)
Main sources : Terzo, 1999
Last update : 13.III.2011
Show only this taxa Exoneuridia (Exoneuridia) hakkariensis (Warncke 1983)
Connue des montagnes turques bordant le nord-ouest du désert de Mésopotamie.
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Exoneuridia (Exoneuridia) hakkariensis (39 specimens)
Main sources : Terzo, 1999
Last update : 13.III.2011
Show only this taxa Exoneuridia (Exoneuridia) libanensis (Friese 1899)
E. libanensis semble se restreindre aux premiers contreforts des plus hautes montagnes entre la Méditerranée et le désert de Syrie, les Jebel Liban et Jebel esh-Sharqi, et du Jabal al Duruz au sud de la Syrie.
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Exoneuridia (Exoneuridia) libanensis (17 specimens)
Main sources : Terzo, 1999
Last update : 13.III.2011

Références


Terzo, M. 1999. Révision du genre Exoneuridia COCKERELL 1911 (Hymenoptera Apoidea Xylocopinae Allodamini). Belgian Journal of Entomology, 1(1) :137-152.
Version 23.III.2011