Habropoda Atlas European Bees

author(s) : Pierre Rasmont
Pierre Rasmont
Atlas of the European Bees: genus Habropoda

First on line 29.VIII.2014

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)

This first version uses mainly the next sources: Iuga (1968); Lieftinck (1966, 1969); Schwarz & Gusenleitner (2001) and many original data.

Many thanks to Manu Dehon and Dimitri Evrard for their help.

Pierre Rasmont

Rasmont P. 2014. Atlas of the European Bees: genus Habropoda. 1st Edition. STEP Project, Atlas Hymenoptera, Mons, Gembloux. http://www.atlashymenoptera.net/page.aspx?ID=261

Other Anthophorinii

Habropoda (present page)

Habropoda Atlas European Bees Smith, 1854

European bees
Habropoda sp. Smith, 1854
This map summarizes the data already gathered for the genus Habropoda. It includes 732 data for 7 species.

Main contributions to the maps:

Datasets included 3.IX.2014:
BDFGM (Belgium, P. Rasmont, E. Haubruge) 666 data.

Litterature data: That includes mainly Friese (1896), Iuga (1958), Lieftinck (1966, 1969) and Schwarz & Gusenleinter (2001).

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Habropoda annae SCHWARZ & GUSENLEITNER,2001
Habropoda annae Schwarz & Gusenleitner, 2001
Habropoda ezonata SMITH,1854
Habropoda ezonata Smith, 1854
Habropoda hakkariensis SCHWARZ & GUSENLEITNER,2001
Habropoda hakkariensis Schwarz & Gusenleitner, 2001
Habropoda oraniensis (LEPELETIER,1841)
Habropoda oraniensis (Lepeletier, 1841)
Habropoda schafelneri SCHWARZ & GUSENLEITNER,2001
Habropoda schafelneri Schwarz & Gusenleitner, 2001
Habropoda tarsata (SPINOLA,1838)
Habropoda tarsata (Spinola, 1838)
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Habropoda zonatula SMITH,1854
Habropoda zonatula Smith, 1854


Friese H. 1897. Die Bienen Europa's (Apidae europaeae). Theil III. Solitäre Apiden. Genus Podalirius. Friedländer & Sohn, Berlin, 320 p.
Iuga V.G. 1958. Fauna Republicii Populare Romîne. Hymenoptera Apoidea Fam. Apidae Subfam. Anthophorinae. Academia Republicii Populare Romîne, Bucuresti, 270 pp.
Lieftinck M.A. 1966. Notes on some Anthophorine bees, mainly from the Old World (Apoidea),. Tijdschrift voor Entomologie, 109(6):125-161.
Lieftinck M.A. 1969. The melectine genus Eupavlovskia Popov, 1955, with notes on its distribution and host relations (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Anthophoridae). Tijdschrift voor Entomologie, 112(4): 101-122.
Schwarz M. & Gusenleitner F. 2001. Beitrag sur Kenntnis paläarktischer Anthophorini und Habropodini (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Entomofauna, Ansfelden, 22(6): 53-92.