Halictidae - Ceylalictus

author(s) : Pauly A.
Geographic zone: World.

Citation: Pauly A. 2017. The genus Ceylalictus Strand, 1913. http://www.atlashymenoptera.net/page.aspx??ID=94

Cette page présente la liste de toutes les espèces à classer dans le genre Ceylalictus. Les espèces africaines sont illustrées.
La liste a été établie en collaboration avec le regretté Dr. Yu. Pesenko.

Ceylalictus Strand 1913

Africa
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) aldabranus (Cockerell 1912)
Halictus aldabranus Cockerell, 1912 : 31, M. Holotype : 1M, Ile ALDABRA, 27.xii.1908, n°312 = ESPRIT Island (J.C.F.Fryer ; BMNH) ; Pesenko 1996 (comb.nov.).

Distribution: Madagascar, Aldabra, Comores.
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Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) capverdensis Pesenko, Pauly & Laroche 2002
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) capverdensis Pesenko, Pauly & La Roche in Pauly et al. 2002: 206, figs 3, 4, 20, 21, 28, M, F. Holotype: F, Cape Verde Islands, Fogo, Caldeira, Monte Cruz [14°56'N 24°22'W], 10.III.1999, [leg.] La Roche; LAR.

Distribution. Cape Verde Islands.

Visited plants. Boraginaceae: Echium stenosiphon (1 M, 1 F), Heliotropium ramosissimum (2 MM, 1 F). Caryophyllaceae: Polycarpaea gayi (1 M). Fabaceae: Cajanus cajan (2 MM). Lamiaceae: Lavandula rotundifolia (2 MM, 6 FF). Micromeria forbesii (= Satureja) (1 F). Zygophyllaceae: Zygophyllum simplex (3 MM).
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Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) dapitanella (Cockerell 1915)
dapitanella (Cockerell 1915) [Nomioides] {Philippines} {Blüthgen 1925: 72; 1934: 199}
= Nomioides melanogaster Cockerell…
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) formosicola Strand 1913
formosicola Strand 1913 {Taiwan} {Blüthgen 1925 : 56}
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) grandior Pesenko, Pauly & Laroche 2002
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) grandior Pesenko, Pauly & La Roche in Pauly et al. 2002: 208, figs 5, 6, 22, 23, 29, M, F. Holotype: F, Cape Verde Islands, Sal, Santa Maria [16°36'N 22°54'W], [leg.] La Roche; LAR.

Distribution. Cape Verde Islands.

Visited plants. Aizoaceae: Sesubium portulacastrum (1 M, 1 F). Boraginaceae: Heliotropium ramosissimum (1 F). Tamaricaceae: Tamarix senegalensis (1 M).
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Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) hainanicus Pesenko & Wu 1991
hainanicus Pesenko & Wu 1991 {Chine : Hainan}
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) halictoides (Blüthgen 1925)
Nomioides halictoides Blüthgen 1925: 27, M. Holotype: M, ”Zwartkops Salt Pan [Republic of South Africa] [33°51'S 25°36'E], 16.II.[18]97”, “Dr. Penther. Süd-Afrika”; NMW (examined).
Nomioides capensis Blüthgen 1925: 44, F. Holotype: F, “Mossel Bay, Cape Province [Republic of South Africa] [34°11'S 22°08'E], Febr. 1922”, “S. Africa, [leg.] R. E. Turner. Brit. Mus. 1922-97”, “B. M. Type Hym. 17.a.1054”; BMNH (examined). Synonymised by Blüthgen (1934: 246).
Nomioides (Nomioides) halictoides ssp. vernayi Cockerell & Ireland in Cockerell 1935: 90, F, M. Syntypes: “Kalahari, Kuke Pan [Botswana] [23°19'S 24°27'E]”; “in Transvaal Mus.” Syn. n.

Distribution. Widespread in southern Africa.

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Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) madagassus Blüthgen 1934
Nomioides madagassa Blüthgen, 1934 : 278, M. Holotype : 1M, MADAGASCAR [TANANARIVE], Antsirabe, 1000-1500m, 27.ix.1928 (A.Seyrig ; col. Hedicke), détruit. Un paratype, idem holotype (MNHUB). Pesenko, 1983 : 108 (N. madagassus). Pesenko, 1996 (comb.nov.).
Halictus personatus Benoist, 1962 : 108, M. Holotype : 1M, MADAGASCAR [TANANARIVE], Ambatolampy, 1.i.1958 (F.Keiser ; NHMB) ; Pesenko, 1996 (synonymie)

Distribution: Madagascar (endemic).
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Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) petiolatus Pesenko 1996
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) petiolatus Pesenko, 1996 : 502, M. Holotype : 1M, MADAGASCAR [TULEAR], Betioky, 275m, 5.iv.1968 (K.Guichard ; BMNH).

Distribution: Madagascar (endemic).
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Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) rostratus Pesenko 1996
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) rostratus Pesenko, 1996 : 506, MF. Holotype : 1M, MADAGASCAR [TAMATAVE], Soanierana Ivongo, N. Rantabe, 29.x.1986 (L.A.Nilsson et B.Pettersson ; UUDSB).

Distribution: Madagascar (endemic).
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Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) sylvestris Pesenko & Pauly 2001
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) sylvestris Pesenko & Pauly 2001: 59. Holotype : 1M, MADAGASCAR [TANANARIVE], La Mandraka, 2.iv.1991, forêt, fauchoir (A.Pauly col.).

Distribution: Madagascar (endemic).
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Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) tumidus Pesenko 1996
Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) tumidus Pesenko, 1996 : 509, MF. Holotype : 1M, MADAGASCAR [TULEAR], Tuléar, 24.xi.1984, fleurs de Parkinsonia aculeata (R.W.Brooks ; UUDSB).

Distribution: Madagascar (endemic).
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Ceylalictus (Atronomioides) warnckei Pesenko 1983
warnckei Pesenko 1983 {Iran}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) appendiculatus (Cameron 1903)
appendiculatus (Cameron 1903) [Ceratina] {Maldives : Inadu} {Blüthgen 1925 : 76}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) borneanus (Blüthgen 1934)
borneanus (Blüthgen 1934) [Nomioides] {Bornéo}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) celebensis (Blüthgen 1935)
celebensis (Blüthgen 1935) [Nomioides] {Sulawezi}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) cereus (Nurse 1902)
cereus (Nurse 1902) [Ceratina] {Inde : Deesa} {Blüthgen 1925 : 78; 1934: 259}
= Nomioides divisa (Cameron 1907) [Ceratina] {Inde} {Blüthgen 1925 : 64}
= Ceratina spilaspis Cameron 1908 {Blüthgen 1934}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) congoensis Pesenko & Pauly 2005
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) congoensis Pesenko & Pauly 2005.

Distribution. Niger and Congo basins: Senegal, Gambia, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Côte d’Ivoire, Togo, Nigeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Gabon, Zaire, R.D. Congo, Angola, and Namibia. Over entire its geographical range, this species is sympatric in relation to C. muiri; in Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, and Senegal, also in relation to C. variegatus.

Visited plants: Anacardiaceae: Mangifera indica (26 MM, 39 FF) . Asteraceae: Acanthospermum hispidum (5 MM, 1 F). Balanitaceae: Balanites aegyptiaca (1 F). Caesalpiniaceae: Cassia sp. (3 MM, 6 FF), Dialium cfr. soyauxii (7 MM, 2 FF). Capparidaceae: Crateva religiosa (1 M). Combretaceae: Guieria senegalensis (6 MM, 1 F). Euphorbiaceae: Antidesma venasum. Irvingiaceae: Irvingia smithii. Rubiaceae: Borreria verticillata (6 MM, 17 FF), Canthium sp., Diodia vaginalis (15 MM, 1 F), Mitracarpus villosus (= M. scaber) (31 MM, 32 FF). Verbenaceae: Vitex doniana.
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Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) hedickei (Blüthgen 1925)
hedickei Blüthgen 1925 {Philippines} {Blüthgen 1925 : 66; 1934: 260} {subg. ? Ceylalictus)
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) horni (Strand 1913)
horni (Strand 1913) [Halictus] {Ceylan} {Blüthgen 1925: 81 ; 1934 : 500 ; 1935 : 237}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) inornata Blüthgen 1935
inornata Blüthgen 1935 [Nomioides] {Sulawezi} (Blüthgen 1935 : 234} {subg. ? Ceylalictus}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) malayensis Blüthgen 1934
malayensis Blüthgen 1934 [Nomioides] {Malaisie}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) muiri (Cockerell 1909)
Nomioides muiri Cockerell 1909: 400, F. Holotype: F, “Hab. Mozambique (F. Muir)”; BMNH (personal communication by G.E. Else, in his email message of 18 August 2005).
Nomioides variegata var. albopicta Blüthgen 1925: 53. M. Lectotype (designated by Pesenko 1996: 498): M, “Nyassa-See, Langenburg [Tanzania] [10°28'S 34°35'E], 1-9.VI.[18]98, [leg.] Füllerborn S.” (the nearest specimen to the pin of two ones glued on the same paper piece); MNHUB. Synonymised by Pesenko (1996: 498).
Nomioides variegata var. luederitzi Blüthgen 1925: 54. M. Lectotype (designated by Pesenko 1996: 498): M, “S. W. Afrika, Rooibank [Namibia] [23°11'S 14°39'E], v.1905, no. 1136”; MNHUB. Synonymised by Pesenko (1996: 498).
Nomioides variegata var. quinquefasciata Blüthgen 1934a: 257. M. Holotype: M, “Okahandja [Namibia] [21°59'S 16°53'E], 19-29.XII.1927”, “S. W. Africa, [leg.] R. E. Turner. Brit. Mus. 1928-52”, “B. M. Type Hym. 17.a.1058”; BMNH (examined). Synonymised by Pesenko (1996: 498).

Distribution. Sub-Saharan Africa and Madagascar.

Visited plants (in Africa). Anacardiaceae: Mangifera indica (1 F). Asteraceae: Acanthospermum hispidum (1 M). Borraginaceae (1 F). Caesalpiniaceae: Cassia sp. (1 M, 4 FF). Combretaceae: Guiera senegalensis (3 FF), Terminalia prunioides (1 M). Mimosaceae: Acacia sp. Rhamnaceae: Ziziphus sp. (1 M, 2 FF). Rubiaceae: Mitracarpus scaber (1 F). Vitaceae: Rhoicissus digitata. Zygophyllaceae: Tribulus sp. (3 MM), Zygophyllum simplex (2 MM).
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Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) nanensis (Cockerell 1929)
nanensis (Cockerell 1929) [Nomioides] {Thailande} {Pesenko 1983, comb.}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) obscurus (Friese 1914)
obscurus (Friese 1914) {Java} {Blüthgen 1925: 75 ; Pesenko, 1983, comb.}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) perditellus (Cockerell 1905)
perditellus (Cockerell 1905) {Australie} {Blüthgen 1925 : 70; 1934: 261}
= ? Halictus obliquus Friese 1924
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) punjabensis (Cameron 1907)
Ceratina punjabensis Cameron 1907: 1003, F. Lectotype (designated by Pesenko 1983: 182): F, “Ferozepore (Punjab) [30°55'N 74°36'E], iv.[18]98, [leg. Nurse]”, “B. M. type Hym. 17.a.1061b”; BMNH.
Nomioides exellens Saunders 1908: 223, F, M. Lectotype (designated by Pesenko 1983: 183): M, “Algeria, Biskra [34°51'N 5°44'E], 18.V.1893, [leg. Eaton]”, “E. Saunders col. 1910: 266”, “B. M. type Hym. 17.a.1044”; BMNH. Synonymised by Pesenko (1983: 183).
Nomioides comberi Cockerell 1911: 236, M. Syntypes: 3 MM, “Karachi [Pakistan] [24°52'N 67°03'E], [leg.] Comber”; BMNH. Synonymised by Cockerell (1919: 9).

Distribution. Cape Verde Islands, North Africa, Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Niger, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Arabian Peninsula, Near East (Israel, Jordania), southern Iran, southern Afghanistan, Pakistan, northwestern India.

Visited plants (in Africa). Caesalpiniaceae: Cassia obovata (2 MM, 1 F). Euphorbiaceae: Euphorbia pubescens (1 M). Fabaceae: red Fabaceae (1 M), Medicago sativa. Malvaceae: Gossypium sp. (1 M). Mimosaceae: Prosopis juliflora (1 M). Tamaricaceae: Tamarix senegalensis (5 MM), Tamarix sp. (94 MM, 7 FF).
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Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) taprobanae (Cameron 1896)
taprobanae (Cameron 1896) [Ceratina] {Ceylan} (subg. ? Ceylalictus)
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) valdezi (Cockerell 1919)
Nomioides valdezi Cockerell 1919 {Philippines} {Blüthgen 1925: 68; 1934: 260} {subg. ? Ceylalictus}
= Nomioides valdezi var. obsoleta Hedicke in Blüthgen 1925 : 69 {Philippines}
= Nomioides valdezi ssp. samarensis Cockerell 1925 {Cockerell, 1925 : 493} {Philippines : Samar}
= Nomioides valdezi var. flava Blüthgen 1934 {Philippines} {Blüthgen 1934: 261}
= Nomioides valdezi var. immaculata Blüthgen 1934 {Philippines} (Blüthgen 1934: 261}
Ceylalictus (Ceylalictus) variegatus (Olivier 1789)
Apis variegata Olivier 1789: 139, F. Holotype: F, ?southern France; lost.
Andrena pulchella Jurine 1807: 231, Pl. XI, F, M. Syntypes: ?Europe; lost. Synonymised by Handlirsch (1888: 402).
?Allodape syrphoides Walker 1871: 50, F. Syntype(s): “Tajura” [Tadjura, French Somaliland; see Michener 1975: 235] [11°47'N 42°53'E]; lost.
Andrena flavopicta Dours 1873: 284, F, M. Syntypes: Algeria; MNHNP. Synonymised by Handlirsch (1888: 403).
Nomioides jucunda Morawitz 1874: 161, F. Lectotype (designated by Pesenko 1983: 180): F, “Nizza” [Nice, France] [43°21'N 7°15'E]; ZISP. Synonymised by Handlirsch (1888: 403).
Nomioides fasciatus Friese 1898: 307, F, M. Lectotype (designated by Pesenko 1983: 180): M, “Aegyptus, Schmkn. [leg. O. Schmiedeknecht], Helouan [29°51N 31°20'E], [18]77”; HNHMB. Synonymised by Pesenko (1983: 180).
Nomioides fasciatus var. intermedius Alfken 1924: 250, M. Holotype: M, “Port Sudan [19°37'N 37°14'E], 30.IV.[1914], [leg.] Werners”; MNHUB. Synonymised by Blüthgen (1925: 54; as Nomioides variegata var. intermedia).
Nomioides variegata var. simplex Blüthgen 1925: 51, F. Syntypes: “Tripoli, Bengasi-Guiliana [32°06'N 20°04'E], [leg.] Krüger”; MNHUB. Synonymised by Pesenko (1983: 180).
Nomioides variegata var. unifasciata Blüthgen 1925: 53, M. No indication of type material.
Nomioides labiatarum Cockerell 1931: 204, F, M. Holotype: F, “Asni, Morocco [31°15'N 7°59'W], at flowers of Labiatae, Aug. 11, [leg.], A. Mackie; MCZC (examined). Synonymised by Blüthgen (1934a: 255).
Nomioides variegata var. nigrita Blüthgen 1934a: 257, F. Holotype: F, “Turkmenia, Farab [39°09'N 63°36'E], 17.IV.1913, [leg.] Gol’bek” (label in Russian); ZISP (examined). Synonymised by Pesenko (1983: 181).
Nomioides variegata var. pseudocerea Blüthgen 1934a: 257, F, M. Syntypes: “N. Gujarat [India], Deesa [24°15'N 72°10'E]”; BMNH. Synonymised by Pesenko (1983: 181).
Nomioides variegata var. nigriventris Blüthgen 1934a: 258, M. Holotype: M, “Algeria: La Guëtna [35°23'N 0°04'W], 6.VI.1929, [leg.] Bradley”; MNHUB. Synonymised by Pesenko (1983: 181).

Distribution. North Africa to Kenya, Gambia, Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Senegal in the south, southern Europe and warm places of middle Europe to Austria in the north, steppes and deserts of Western Asia to northern China, northern India and Mongolia in the east.

Visited plants (in Africa). Amaranthaceae: Aerva javanica (1 M). Balanitaceae: Balanites aegyptiaca (2 MM, 2 FF). Boraginaceae: Heliotropium bacciferum (1 M). Burseraceae: Boswellia sacra (1 M). Caesalpiniaceae: Cassia obovata (1 M, 15 FF), Cassia sp. (12 MM, 3 FF). Cucurbitaceae: Cucurbita sp. (2 FF). Euphorbiaceae: Euphorbia pubescens (2 FF). Fabaceae: red Fabaceae (1 M), Indigofera sp. (22 MM, 3 FF), Medicago sativa (3 FF), Retama retam (1 M, 1 F), Vicia faba (1 M). Malvaceae: Gossypium sp. Rubiaceae: Borreria verticillata (54 MM, 106 FF), Mitracarpus scaber (3 MM, 4 FF). Sterculiaceae (1 M). Pedaliaceae: Sesamum sp. (15 FF). Rhamnaceae: Ziziphus sp. (1 M, 5 FF). Tamaricaceae: Tamarix spp. (566 MM, 46 FF).
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Ceylalictus (Meganomioides) desertorum (Blüthgen 1925)
Nomioides karachensis var. desertorum Blüthgen 1925: 88, F. Holotype: F, “Temassinim, Südostalgerien [Tuggut, southeastern Algeria] [33°05'N 6°04'E], 26-28.I.1914, [leg.] Geyer”; MNHUB.

Distribution. Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan.
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Ceylalictus (Meganomioides) karachensis (Cockerell 1911)
Nomioides karachensis Cockerell 1911: 235, F. Holotype: F, “[leg.] E. Comber, Karachi [Pakistan] [24°52'N 67°03'E], July [19]09”, “B. M. type Hym. 17.a.1065”; BMNH (examined).

Distribution. Mauritania, Oman, southern Pakistan.
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Ceylalictus (Meganomioides) seistanicus (Blüthgen 1934)
seistanicus (Blüthgen 1934) {Iran : Sistan}

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