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Observations on the bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) erythrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) with notes on A. (Micrandrena) personata Robertson and A. (Holandrena c. cressonii Robertson

by Eugene R. Miliczky

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Published by Illinois Natural History Survey,. in Champaign, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bees

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEugene R. Miliczky.
    SeriesBiological notes -- no. 130
    ContributionsIllinois. Natural History Survey Division.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p. :
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23530209M
    OCLC/WorldCa18504730

    A population of about A. alleghaniensis nests in the central Adirondack Mountains of New York State, USA, was studied in Details are given of nest architecture, life cycle, nest associates and pollen foraging. Nests usually had 1 or 2 cells, and sites appeared to be chosen which received maximum sunlight. The females appeared to be oligolectic on Acer by: Megaselia andrenae Disney is a recently described species that was named after its association with the communal andrenid bee Andrena agilissima (Scopoli) in Italy (Disney et al., ).

    2 Anchandrena 45 Andrena 2 Aporandrena 3 Archiandrena 3 Augandrena 6 Belandrena 91 Callandrena 1 Celetandrena 1 Charitandrena 1 Chaulandrena 28 Cnemidandrena 2 Conandrena 1 Cremnandrena 4 Dactylandrena 3 Dasyandrena 9 Derandrena 25 Diandrena 1 Erandrena 25 Euandrena 1 Geissandrena 2 Genyandrena 7 Gonandrena 9 Hesperandrena 7 Holandrena 1. A. Gogala, B. Surina: Foraging behaviour of the bee Osmia apicata Smith, (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) 2 GOGALA 2_XP:ACTA BIANCO 2/XP Page

    The visitor that you are most likely to encounter is Andrena erigeniae. This bee is a pollen-specialist, meaning it collects its pollen from only one or a few plant species - in this case, only Claytonia virginica and Claytonia caroliniana. This bee is small and hairy. Females are often seen with lots of pink pollen.   Observations of the bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) erthrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) with notes on A. (Micrandrena) personata Robertson and A. (Holandrena) c. cressonii : Tracy A. Zarrillo, Kimberly A. Stoner.


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Observations on the bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) erythrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) with notes on A. (Micrandrena) personata Robertson and A. (Holandrena c. cressonii Robertson by Eugene R. Miliczky Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Observations on the bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) erythrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae) with notes on A. (Micrandrena) personata Robertson and A. (Holandrena) c. cressonii Robertson. Observations on the Bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) Erythrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) With Notes on A.

(Micrandrena) Personata Robertson and A. (Holandrena c. Cressonii Robe by Illinois. Observations on the bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) erythrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) with notes on A. (Micrandrena) personata Robertson and A. (Holandrena c. cressonii Robertson / Related Titles.

Series: Biological notes, no. Miliczky, Eugene R. Observations on the bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) erythrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae) with notes on A.

(Micrandrena) personata Robertson and A. (Holandrena) c. cressonii Robertson Eugene R Miliczky ; Illinois. Natural History Survey Division.

Champaign, Ill.: Illinois Natural History Survey. ANDRENA (CRYPTANDRENA) VIBVRNELLA. BIONOMICS1 W. Stephen Oregon State University, Corvallis The bionomics of but a few of the several thousand bee species are known with any degree of thoroughness.

However, an appraisal of the fragmentary biological knowledge has. Observations on the bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) erythrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) with notes on A. (Micrandrena) personata Robertson and A.

(Holandrena) c. cressonii by: 7. Observations on the Nesting Biology of Andrena (Plastandrena) Prunorum Cockerell in Washington State (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) Nesting and associated behaviors of Andrena (Plastandrena.

Download Citation | On Mar 1,Wallace E. LaBerge and others published A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part XIV—Subgenus Onagrandrena | Find, read and. Click on the group name to expand or contract the list. When photos appear you can click on them to enlarge them.

Clicking on other group will close opened group automatically. We present a study on nesting behavior of the gregarious solitary bee, Andrena vaga Panzer. Based on the daily observation of individually marked females, we constructed an ethogram, determined a sequence of behavioral elements within the provisioning cycle, estimated their length and computed the transition probability between the elements.

We confirmed the existence of distinctive Cited by: Two observations were made of A. erigeniae filling in nests prior to abandonment (Fig. 12). The bee enlarged the opening around the entrance to approxi- mately twice its diameter by breaking off small particles of soil with its mandibles.

The soil was packed into. This leads to much valuable information being lost. The aim of this section is to build up a repository of casual observations of behaviour, which researchers can refer to when seeking information about aculeates. Many of these notes are picked out from correspondence on the BWARS Forum.

We’ve identified 7 species in this family: Andrena cressonii, Andrena dunningi, Andrena miserabilis, Andrena nasonii, Andrena rufosignata, Andrena vicina, and the non-native Andrena wilkella. Please feel free to share your observations and photos of these and other bees that visit your garden. Andrena cingulata Fabricius, Description and notes A small mining bee with a largely red gaster in both sexes, very reminiscent of certain bees of the genus Sphecodes (Halictidae).

The bee Nomada leucophthalma (Kirby) is a well-known cleptoparasite of this Andrena. Perkins () and Parmenter (Oldroyd, ) found puparia of the bee-fly Bombylius minor Linnaeus in nests of A. clarkella. This might be a misidentification of B. major Linnaeus, as B.

minor flies only in the summer, not in the early spring. A survey of the bee genus Andrena Fabricius, was conducted between and in Turkey. A total of bee specimens, including females and males, were identified at the. Information on the bionomics of a species of Scrapteropsis is presented for the first time.

Unusual features include thermo regulation by nest-site selection and facultative oligolecty on Acer spicatwn. Nests have only one or two cells, but some females make multiple nests. Details regarding habitat, host, nest structure, phenology, brood, and associates are by: Observations on the bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) erythrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) with notes on A.

(Micrandrena) personata Robertson and A. (Holandrena c. cressonii Robertson /. Andrena vaga, a widespread black and greyish-white mining bee in continental Europe, has recently been found at two locations on the south coast of England - at Dungeness, Kent and Brownwich Cliff, species could easily be overlooked as it is similar to the widespread A.

cineraria, (especially the males) so do be on the look out for this striking Andrena bee in the coming weeks. Observations and experi- ments took place between and EDST during the last 2 weeks of May and first week of CANE: NOMADA BEE OLFACTORY HOST RECOGNITION June, and The species of bees nesting at this site, in descending order of abundance, were Andrena alleghaniensis, A.

regularis (Andrenidae), Agapostemon sericeus Cited by: Observations on the bionomics of the bee Andrena (Tylandrena) erythrogaster Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) with notes on A.

(Micrandrena) personata Robertson and A. (Holandrena c. cressonii RobertsonAuthor: Eugene R. Miliczky.MIning Bees: Genus Andrena. Genus summary: Andrena (/an-DREE-nuh/) is a large, well known genus that occurs in the Americas, Eurasia and the Old World Tropics with over species.

In California, there are approximately species. This may be the genus with the most species in all of California.