Apidae

Apidae

Taxonomic Children

Total: 206

Acanthopus, Aethammobates, Afromelecta, Agapanthinus, Aglae, Aglaomelissa, Alepidosceles, Allodape, Allodapula, Alloscirtetica, Amegilla, Ammobates, Ammobatoides, Ancyla, Ancyloscelis, Anthophora, Anthophorula, Apis, Apotrigona, Arhysoceble, Austroplebeia, Axestotrigona, Biastes, Bombus, Brachymelecta, Brachynomada, Braunsapis, Caenonomada, Caenoprosopina, Caenoprosopis, Camargoia, Canephorula, Cemolobus, Centris, Cephalotrigona, Ceratina, Chalepogenus, Chiasmognathus, Chilimalopsis, Cleptotrigona, Coelioxoides, Compsomelissa, Ctenioschelus, Ctenoplectra, Ctenoplectrina, Cubitalia, Dactylurina, Deltoptila, Diadasia, Diadasina, Doeringiella, Duckeola, Effractapis, Elaphropoda, Epeoloides, Epeolus, Epicharis, Epiclopus, Eremapis, Ericrocis, Eucera, Eucerinoda, Eucondylops, Eufriesea, Euglossa, Eulaema, Exaerete, Exomalopsis, Exoneura, Exoneurella, Exoneuridia, Florilegus, Friesella, Frieseomelitta, Gaesischia, Gaesochira, Geniotrigona, Geotrigona, Habrophorula, Habropoda, Hamatothrix, Heterotrigona, Hexepeolus, Holcopasites, Homotrigona, Hopliphora, Hypotrigona, Isepeolus, Kelita, Lanthanomelissa, Leiopodus, Lepidotrigona, Lestrimelitta, Leurotrigona, Liotrigona, Lisotrigona, Lophothygater, Lophotrigona, Macrogalea, Manuelia, Martinapis, Melanempis, Melecta, Melectoides, Meliphilopsis, Meliplebeia, Melipona, Meliponula, Melissodes, Melissoptila, Melitoma, Melitomella, Meliwillea, Mesocheira, Mesonychium, Mesoplia, Micronychapis, Mirnapis, Monoeca, Mourella, Nannotrigona, Nanorhathymus, Nasutapis, Neolarra, Neopasites, Nogueirapis, Nomada, Notolonia, Odontotrigona, Odyneropsis, Oreopasites, Osirinus, Osiris, Oxytrigona, Pachymelus, Pachysvastra, Papuatrigona, Parammobatodes, Paranomada, Paratetrapedia, Paratrigona, Paratrigonoides, Parepeolus, Pariotrigona, Partamona, Pasites, Peponapis, Platysvastra, Platytrigona, Plebeia, Plebeiella, Plebeina, Protosiris, Pseudepeolus, Ptilothrix, Ptilotrigona, Rhathymus, Rhinepeolus, Rhogepeolus, Rhopalolemma, Santiago, Scaptotrigona, Scaura, Schmiedeknechtia, Schwarziana, Schwarzula, Simanthedon, Sinomelecta, Sphecodopsis, Spinopasites, Sundatrigona, Svastra, Svastrides, Svastrina, Syntrichalonia, Tapinotaspis, Tapinotaspoides, Tarsalia, Teratognatha, Tetragona, Tetragonilla, Tetragonisca, Tetragonula, Tetralonia, Tetraloniella, Tetralonioidella, Tetrapedia, Tetrigona, Thalestria, Thygater, Thyreomelecta, Thyreus, Toromelissa, Townsendiella, Trichocerapis, Trichotrigona, Triepeolus, Trigona, Trigonisca, Trigonopedia, Triopasites, Ulugombakia, Xenoglossa, Xeromelecta, Xylocopa, Zacosmia

References

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Cane, J. H., Sampson B. J., & Miller S. A. (2011).  Pollination value of male bees: The specialist bee Peponapis pruinosa (Apidae) at summer squash (Cucurbita pepo). Environmental Entomology. 40(3), 614 - 620. Abstract
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