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      The bees of the family Halictidae (Hymenoptera) described by Ferdinand Morawitz from the collection of Aleksey Fedtschenko

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      Anthophila , Apiformes , lectotypes, Palaearctic Region, taxonomy

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          The type specimens of the family Halictidae , described by Ferdinand Morawitz from the collection of Aleksey Fedtschenko deposited in the Zoological Museum of the Moscow State University and in the Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg (Russia), are critically reviewed. Precise information with illustrations of types for 43 taxa is provided. Lectotypes are here designated for the following seven nominal taxa: Halictus aprilinus Morawitz, 1876, H. cingulatus Morawitz, 1876, H. laevinodis Morawitz, 1876, H. limbellus Morawitz, 1876, H. nasica Morawitz, 1876, H. rhynchites Morawitz, 1876 and H. vulgaris Morawitz, 1876.

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          Review and identification of the cuckoo bees of central Europe (Hymenoptera: Halictidae: Sphecodes)

          We reviewed nomenclature, biology, hosts, geographical distribution and compiled an identification key for all 33 Sphe-codes Latreille, 1804 species known from central Europe. The identification key is separated for females and males andinclude 204 figures (photographs) of identification characters as well as male genitalia of all species. Taxonomically dif-ficult groups within the genus were critically studied and new characters, as well as corrected geographical distribution,are presented, i.e., the S. reticulatus group (S. alternatus Smith, 1853, S. crassanus Warncke, 1992 and S. reticulatusThomson, 1870), S. croaticus group (S. croaticus Meyer, 1922, S. pseudofasciatus Blüthgen, 1925 and S. zangherii Nosk-iewicz, 1931) and S. miniatus group (S. marginatus Hagens, 1882, S. miniatus Hagens, 1882 and S. nomioidis Pesenko,1979). The name S. nomioidis is used because it is the only available name for the taxon formerly identified as S. margi-natus in Eastern Europe. Sphecodes capverdensis Pesenko & La Roche, 2002 is considered to be a junior synonym of S.pinguiculus Pérez, 1903 (syn. nov.). In addition we summarized all known host records of Sphecodes, including a discussion of the likelihood of published data and presentation of new host data.
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            New records of bees of the genus Sphecodes Latreille in the Palaearctic part of China ( Hymenoptera , Halictidae )

            Abstract The available information about the cleptoparastic bees of the genus Sphecodes in the Palaearctic part of China is summarized. Twenty-four species are currently known from this area including 16 newly recorded. Based on type specimens, new synonymies have been proposed for Sphecodes cristatus Hagens, 1882 = S. alfkeni Meyer, 1922, syn. n.; S. longulus Hagens, 1882 = S. subfasciatus Blüthgen, 1934, syn. n.; S. nippon Meyer, 1922 = S. kansuensis Blüthgen, 1934, syn. n.; Sphecodes pieli Cockerell, 1931 = S. orientalis Astafurova & Proshchalykin, 2014, syn. n. Lectotypes are designated for Sphecodes alfkeni Meyer, 1922 and S. pellucidus niveipennis Meyer, 1925. Illustrated keys to males and females of all species known from Palaearctic China and an updated checklist of the 33 Chinese species of Sphecodes are provided.
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              Beiträge zur Systematik der Bienengattung Sphecodes Latr. II.

               P. Blüthgen (1924)
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                Zookeys
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                urn:lsid:arphahub.com:pub:45048D35-BB1D-5CE8-9668-537E44BD4C7E
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                Pensoft Publishers
                1313-2989
                1313-2970
                2020
                17 November 2020
                : 994
                : 35-104
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Universitetskaya Nab., 1, Saint Petersburg 199034, Russia Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences Saint Petersburg Russia
                [2 ] Federal Scientific Centre for East Asian Terrestrial Biodiversity, Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok 690022, Russia Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences Vladivostok Russia
                Author notes
                Corresponding author: Maxim Yu. Proshchalykin ( proshchalikin@ 123456biosoil.ru )

                Academic editor: M.S. Engel

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                58441
                10.3897/zookeys.994.58441
                7686248
                Yulia V. Astafurova, Maksim Yu. Proshchalykin

                This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY 4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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                Halictidae
                Hymenoptera
                Catalogues and Checklists
                Central Asia

                Animal science & Zoology

                taxonomy, palaearctic region, lectotypes, apiformes , anthophila

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