3 edition of African bees of the genera Ceratina, Halictus and Megachile found in the catalog.
African bees of the genera Ceratina, Halictus and Megachile
Theodore Dru Alison Cockerell
by Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum by W. Clowes in London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by T. D. A. Cockerell.|
|LC Classifications||QL568.A6 C5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 254 p. :|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||agr37000315|
One of the most common native bees in my area is the sweat bee Halictus ligatus. This is a widespread species found from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, and from the Atlantic to the Pacific. This species, like others in the genus, are true sweat bees because they are attracted to sweat. Halictus nest in flat ground in what may best be described. The bee-eater, Merops apiaster, specialises in feeding on bees; here a male catches a nuptial gift for his mate. Vertebrate predators of bees include bee-eaters, shrikes and flycatchers, which make short sallies to catch insects in flight. Swifts and swallows fly almost continually, catching insects as they : Insecta.
The genus Megachile and alfalfa pollination. Proceedings of the 4 th International Congress Entomology 4: Pankiw, P. Megachile rotundata. Forage Notes 12(2): Pankiw, P. Variations in emergency of strains of Megachile pacifica (Panzer) from diverse sources. Forage Notes 20(2): Pankiw, P. & D. A. Cooke, Bees play an important and necessary role in the pollination of agricultural crops grown for fruit and seed and of forage and browse plants important in range management for production of both livestock and game animals. Nea different kinds of bees are now known, some, like the imported honey bee, the bumble bees, and the stingless bees of the tropics, are social and live together in.
Bee natural history. The bee Halictus rubicundus is a widespread native of North America (Soucy ) and Europe (Potts and Willmer ), where it can be common in both wildlands as well as more anthropogenic settings (e.g., roadsides, cities, gardens).Like most other Halictus species (Michener ), it is a primitively eusocial bee; each colony is founded in the spring by a single Cited by: 7. Agapostemon: Metallic sweat bees. Metallic green in color, medium sized. Ground nesters. Generalist pollinators. Ceratina: Carpenter bee. Shiny and nearly hairless. Small to medium size, black of metallic colored. Nest in old wood. Generalists. Halictus, Sweat Bees. Medium sized, black to dark brown. Carry pollen on hind legs and sometimes on.
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By T. Cockerell, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Cockerell, T. A., "African Bees of the Genera Ceratina, Halictus and Megachile" ().Cited by: African bees of the genera Ceratina, Halictus and Megachile. London: Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum by W.
Clowes, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Theodore D A Cockerell. This item appears in the following Collection(s) American Museum Novitates Novitates (Latin for "new acquaintances"), published continuously and numbered consecutively sinceare short papers that contain descriptions of new forms and reports in zoology, paleontology, and geology.
Recommended Citation. Cockerell, T. A., "Materials for a Monograph of African Bees of the Genera Halictus, Ceratina and Megachile" (). : T. Cockerell. African bees of the genera Ceratina, Halictus and Megachile / by T.D. Cockerell Cockerell, Theodore D. (Theodore Dru Alison), [ Book: ].
African Bees of the Genera Ceratina, Halictus, and Megachile. British Museum, London, United Kingdom. xvi + pp. Espèces nouvelles de Megachilidae (Hymenoptera, Apoïdea) d'Afrique Noire. 46 \\, a 0' (4.
Generic Diagnosis Members of the genus Halictus are easily differentiated from those of the closely related Lasioglossum by the presence of pale fasciae, or hair bands, on the posterior margins of the metasomal terga of Halictus species (Figs. 17, 18). The northwestern species of Halictus are largely black or brown-black, sometimes with faint metallic tints (subgenus Seladonia).
African bees of the genera Ceratina bee-book BWARS-BOOK V 3-doc/rev/5/12 1 Chapter 5 - The Genera Title Authors Andrena Geoff Allen Anthidium David Baldock Anthophora Andrew Philpott Apis Michael Milton Bombus Robin Williams Ceratina David Baldock Chelostoma Mike Edwards & Raymond Uffen Coelioxys David Baldock Colletes George Else Dasypoda David Baldock.
Leafcutter Bees - Megachile A genus of bulky looking bees, all of which make nest chambers for their young using bits of leaf cut from plants. Roses are a particular favourite, and a rose bush with semicircular pieces missing from the edges of its leaves is a good sign that one of these bees is around.
Halictus and the closely related genera Lasioglossum and Agapostemon are all called “sweat bees” because they are attracted to human sweat and drink it for its salt content. There is one species in California, Halictus harmonius, which is listed on the Xerces Society’s Red list of endangered insects.
Atlas of the European Bees: genus Halictus, subgenus Seladonia 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).
Updates and corrections for the book are being listed on Steven Falk's photostream here Baldock, D.W., () Bees of Surrey. Surrey Wildlife Trust. Although not primarily an identification guide, BWARS member, David Baldock's book contains a very helpful key (by another BWARS member Graham A Collins) to the genera of bees found in Britain.
African bees of the genera Ceratina, Halictus and Megachile: Aspects of the Madeira flora: The auditory ossicles of American rodents: Bees of the family Hylaeidae from the Ethiopian region: Bees of the genus Panurginus obtained by the American Museum Rocky Mountain expeditions: Bible.
The Bee Genera and Subgenera of sub-Saharan Africa. by Connal Eardley Agricultural Research Council, Private Bag X, Queenswood,Pretoria University of KwaZulu-Natal, P.O.
Box X Scientist: Theodore Dru Alison Cockerell was a distinguished zoologist and professor of biology at the University of Colorado at Boulder who was noted for his work on North American bees, but also studied and wrote extensively on other aspects of entomology.
Herein we wish to draw attention to one small section of a partial monograph on the African bee fauna (encompassing the genera Halictus, Ceratina, and Megachile), in which Cockerell provided a reflective and insightful introduction (Cockerell, ).
Herein he. Go back to C1. C 2 [Begins from Co to end of C alphabet] [New file created from 3rd issue] The references those have been included in Second to fourth issues of this updating book.
Insect biodiversity of the Socotra Archipelago – underlined and counted. – In: HÁJEK J. & BEZDĚK J. (eds): Insect biodiversity of the Socotra Archipelago. Acta Entomologica Musei African bees of the genera Ceratina, Halictus and Megachile. British Museum, London, pp.
Author: Jan Bezděk. Native bees (Hymenoptera: Anthophila) were sampled using bee bowls in two states to determine biodiversity in commercial cotton fields of the southern United States.
In both states, native bee communities found in cotton fields were dominated by generalist pollinators in the genera Agapostemon, Augochloropsis, Halictus, and Lasioglossum (Hymenoptera: Halictidae), and Melissodes.
For a revision of the subgenera Patellapis (s. str.), P. (Chaetalictus) and P. (Lomatalictus) of the bee genus Patellapis Friese about specimens of more than 70 species were studied.
We found that the original diagnoses of the subgenera based on a relatively small number of specimens and species are insufficient and need to be revised. The existence of intermediate species showing a Cited by: 1.
Cockerell, T.D.A. African Bees of the Genera Ceratina, Halictus and Megachile. British Museum; London, UK; xvi+ pp. Dathe, H.H. Studies on the systematics and taxonomy of the genus Hylaeus F. (8) Revision of the Afrotropic subgenus Hylaeus (Deranchylaeus) Bridwell (Hymenoptera: Anthophila, Colletidae).
Zootaxa (1): 1–Author: John S. Ascher, Michael S. Engel.For years entomologists, ecologists, and botanists interested in pollination problems have urged bee specialists to prepare a key for identifying bee genera in North and Central America.
Although regional keys exist, this extensively field-tested reference is the first to facilitate identification to the genus level of bees throughout the Northern (American) Hemisphere.A Rohwer (Book) more.
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A Cockerell New North American bees of the genus Andrena by H. L Viereck.