& Manu DehonAtlas of the European Bees: genus Ancyla
First on line 5.IX.2014
This first version includes all available data on this very rare genus. The main source is Warncke (1979). This authors considered Tarsalia as a subgenus of Ancyla. Baker (1998) and Michener (2007) advocated the separation of these taxa with a genus level. Michener (2007) also removed the genus Tetraloniella (=Glazunovia) from Ancylaini to move it in Eucerini. We follow here the Michener's classification.
Many thanks to Jakub Straka and Sam Droege for their data and for their rare and unique pictures.
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)
Pierre Rasmont & M. Dehon
Citation:Rasmont P. & Dehon M. 2014. Atlas of the European Bees: genus Ancyla
. 1st Edition. STEP Project, Atlas Hymenoptera, Mons, Gembloux. http://www.atlashymenoptera.net/page.aspx?ID=262
Ancyla (present page)