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- Habropoda apostasia Lieftinck, 1974 Habropoda bucconis (Friese, 1911) Habropoda bucconoides Wu, 1991 Habropoda christineae Dubitzky, 2007 Habropoda cineraria...
- Habropoda depressa is a species of anthophorine bee in the family Apidae. It is found in North America. "Habropoda depressa Report". Integrated Taxonomic...
- Habropoda laboriosa, the southeastern blueberry bee, is a bee in the family Apidae. It is native to the southeastern United States. It is regarded as...
- Habropoda pallida, known generally as the pallid habropoda or white-faced bee, is a species of anthophorine bee in the family Apidae. It is found in Central...
- Habropoda tristissima is a species of anthophorine bee in the family Apidae. It is found in Central America and North America. "Habropoda tristissima...
- armature and hairs. Amegilla Anthophora Deltoptila Elaphropoda Habrophorula Habropoda Pachymelus †Protohabropoda Dehon, M.; Michez, D.; Nel, A.; Engel, M. S...
- a combination of the Gr**** word "protos" meaning first and the genus Habropoda of which Protohabropoda is most similar. The specific epithet pauli is...
- francisc****) need to find the nests of their host, the solitary bee (Habropoda pallida) to continue their life cycle. The larvae gather in colonies and...
- way in Oregon and the Mojave Desert have been identified as Habropoda pallida and Habropoda miserabilis. Researchers have found that the triungulins (newly...
- species used to pollinate blueberries: The "southeastern blueberry bee", Habropoda laboriosa The "Maine blueberry bee", Osmia atriventris Osmia ribifloris...
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