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      The complete mitogenome of Halictus ( Seladonia) aerarius (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) and phylogenetic analysis

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      Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources

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      Seladonia aeraria, Hymenoptera, mitogenome, phylogeny

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          The Halictidae, where the Seladonia aeraria belongs, was an important model organism for studying the evolution of insect social behavior. We first sequenced the complete mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) of Seladonia aeraria. The mitogenome was 15, 410 bp in length, including 13 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 2 rRNA genes, 22 tRNA genes, and a hypothetical control region. In order to reveal the phylogenetic position of Seladonia aeraria form mitogenomic level, we performed phylogenetic analysis of 13 PCGs from 15 species. The results revealed that the genus-level relationship of Halictidae was Seladonia + Lasioglossum and Seladonia aeraria was more closely related to Seladonia tumulorum than Lasioglossum sp. SJW_2017. The complete mitogenome of S. aeraria will provide a basis for further study evolution and phylogenetic analysis of Halictidae.

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            The complete mitogenome of Habropoda rodoszkowskii (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and phylogenetic analysis

            Abstract The mitogenome of Habropoda rodoszkowskii, the first complete mitogenome sequence of the genus Habropoda (hymenoptera: Apidae), was sequenced. The mitogenome is 18,497 bp (The proportion of A + T in 80.7%) long, with 37 classic eukaryotic mitochondrial genes (including 13 PCGs, 22 tRNAs, and 2 rRNAs) and an AT-rich region (The proportion of A + T in 78.2%). The Bayesian-inference and Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic relationship was constructed using 15 species from Hymenoptera. According to the phylogenetic tree, Habropoda rodoszkowskii converges with genus Nomada bees (Nomada flava and Nomada flavoguttata) to be supported. In addition, Habropoda rodoszkowskii is more closely related to Apidae than to Megahilidae and Colletidae.
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              The bee family Halictidae ( Hymenoptera , Apoidea ) from Central Asia collected by the Kyushu and Shimane Universities Expeditions

              Abstract Background Central Asia is one of the important centers of bee diversity in the Palearctic Region. However, there is insufficient information for many taxa in the central Asian bee fauna. The Kyushu and Shimane Universities (Japan) Expeditions to Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Xinjiang Uyghur of China were conducted in the years 2000 to 2004 and 2012 to 2014. New information Eighty-eight species of the bee family Halictidae Thomson, 1869 are enumerated including new localities in central Asia. Halictus tibialis Walker, 1871, H. persephone Ebmer, 1976, Lasioglossum denislucum (Strand, 1909), L. griseolum (Morawitz, 1872), L. melanopus (Dalla Torre, 1896), L. nitidiusculum (Kirby, 1802), L. sexnotatulum (Nylander, 1852), L. subequestre (Blüthgen, 1931), L. sublaterale (Blüthgen, 1931), and L. zonulum (Smith, 1848) are recorded from central Asia for the first time. Thirty-two species are newly recorded from Kazakhstan, 19 spp. from Kyrgyzstan, 2 spp. from Uzbekistan, and 11 spp. from Xinjiang Uyghur of China. The genus Lasioglossum dominated the number of species and individuals in the collection. The halictid fauna mostly composed of western to central Asian elements in our surveyed area.
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                Journal
                Mitochondrial DNA B Resour
                Mitochondrial DNA B Resour
                Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources
                Taylor & Francis
                2380-2359
                27 April 2021
                2021
                : 6
                : 4
                : 1374-1375
                Affiliations
                Chongqing Key Laboratory of Vector Insects, College of Life Sciences, Chongqing Normal University , Chongqing, China
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                CONTACT Linling Wang wanglinling2005@ 123456163.com
                Dumyuam Huang huangdunyuan@ 123456126.com Chongqing Key Laboratory of Vector Insects, College of Life Sciences, Chongqing Normal University , Chongqing401331, PRChina
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                1907801
                10.1080/23802359.2021.1907801
                8081309
                © 2021 The Author(s). Published by Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.

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