The Bee Family Megachilidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) In Australia. I. Morphology Of The Genus Chalicodoma Lepeletier, And A Revision Of The Subgenus Hackeriapis Cockerell

King J. (1994) The Bee Family Megachilidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) In Australia. I. Morphology Of The Genus Chalicodoma Lepeletier, And A Revision Of The Subgenus Hackeriapis Cockerell. Invertebrate Systematics, 8 6: 1373-1419. doi:10.1071/IT9941373


Author King J.
Title The Bee Family Megachilidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) In Australia. I. Morphology Of The Genus Chalicodoma Lepeletier, And A Revision Of The Subgenus Hackeriapis Cockerell
Journal name Invertebrate Systematics   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1447-2600
Publication date 1994-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1071/IT9941373
Volume 8
Issue 6
Start page 1373
End page 1419
Total pages 47
Subject 1105 Dentistry
Abstract The literature on Megachilidae in Australia is reviewed. The morphology of the Australian subgenera of the genus Chalicodoma Lepeletier is discussed and the subgenus Hackeriapis Cockerell is revised and redescribed. Chalicodoma (Hackeriapis) now includes 17 species, of which 8 are new: C. adusta, C. ebenea, C. emexae, C. kakadui, C. variabilis, C. bicornis, C. kununurrensis and C. patera. The following synonyms are recognised, under Chalicodoma canifrons (Smith): C. nasuta (Smith), C. nasuta argentifer (Cockerell), C. holura (Cockerell), C. trichomarginata (Rayment); under C. nigrovittata (Cockerell): C. relicta (Cockerell); under C. oblonga (Smith): C. tomentella (Cockerell), C. trichognatha (Cockerell), C. victoriae (Cockerell); under C. ramulipes (Cockerell): C. alani (Cockerell); under C. rhodura (Cockerell): C. rufapicata (Cockerell); under C. semicandens (Cockerell): C. stalkert (Cockerell), C. subabdominalis (Rayment); under C. trichognatha tosticauda (Cockerell): C. wilsoni (Cockerell). A key to species of Hackeriapis is provided and their distribution is mapped. The relationship between Hackeriapis and the North American subgenus Chalicodoma (Chelostomoides) Robertson is discussed.
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