Atlas Hymenoptera - Simpanurgus
author(s) : S. Patiny

Sébastien Patiny

Atlas of the European Bees: genus Simpanurgus

First on line 1.III.2012

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)

For this first 1.III.2012 PROVISIONAL VERSION, ...

Sébastien Patiny

Citation:
Patiny S. 2012. Atlas of the European Bees: genus Simpanurgus. STEP Project, Atlas Hymenoptera, Mons, Gembloux. http://www.zoologie.umh.ac.be//hymenoptera/page.asp?ID=27

Simpanurgus European bees

Warncke, 1972
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Show only this taxa Simpanurgus phyllopodus (Warncke, 1972)
Simpanurgus phyllopodus is currently the most sketchy known genus in Iberian Peninsula. Only 5 specimens (all males) are included in the type series.
These specimens were caught at the very end of July near Segovia (Madrona), while foraging on Eryngium.
As a consequence of this deep lack of knowledge, the phylogenetic relationships of that taxon are only hypothesized based on morphological evidences. Simpanurgus phyllopodus is actually placed 'par défaut' among Camptopoeina subtribe.
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Simpanurgus phyllopodus (5 specimens)
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Last update : 21.II.2012

Références

  Patiny S. 2001. Monographie des Panurginae de l'ancien monde (Hymenoptera: Apoidea, Andrenidae). FuSaGx. Ph-D thesis.
  Warncke K. 1972. Westpaläarktische Bienen der Unterfamilie Panurginae (Hym., Apidae) Pszczoly z podrodziny Panurginae (Hym., Apidae) w zachodniej Palearktyce. Polskie pismo Entomologiczne. XLII(1): 53-108.