Atlas Hymenoptera - Gasparinahla
author(s) : Patiny

Sébastien Patiny

Atlas of the European Bees: genus Gasparinahla

First on line 1.III.2012


Gasparinahla look roughly like a Flavomeliturgula. However, the shape of mouthparts and the developments of the males sexparts are quite distinct and provided the evidences supporting the genus description. Like Flavomeliturgula the genus (including one single species) is endemic in Iran (Fmavomeliturgula is nearly so).

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Sébastien Patiny

Citation:
Patiny S. 2012. Atlas of the European Bees: genus Gasparinahla. STEP Project, Atlas Hymenoptera, Mons, Gembloux. http://www.zoologie.umh.ac.be//hymenoptera/page.asp?ID=30

Gasparinahla European bees

Patiny, 2001
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Show only this taxa Gasparinahla megapalpae Patiny, 2001
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Gasparinahla megapalpae (2 specimens)
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Références

  Patiny S. 2001. A new Panurginae genus from Iran: Gasparinahla g.nov. described on base of a new species: Gasparinahla megapalpae sp.nov. (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Panurginae). Linzer biologische Beiträge. 33(1): 309-313.