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Carpenter bees of the subgenus Notoxylocopa (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).
Eickwortia (Apoidea: Halictidae), a new genus of bees from Mesoamerica.
Leucopsis [Leucospis] klugii (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea) reared from Xylocopa brasilianorum (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) in Costa Rica.
www.ots.ac.cr /rdmcnfs/datasets/exsrch.phtml?ds=global&qbe=14618   (3316 words)

Eupetersia, a genus of parasitic halictine bees (Hym., Apoidea) new to the oriental region.
Bees (Apoidea) of moist meadows on the Mazovian Lowland.
Diversity and density of pollinating insects (Apoidea) in the agricultural landscape of
www.geocities.com /BeesInd/BeesIndBookB.htm   (5188 words)

 Bee Phylogeny
Ovaries, ovarioles and oocytes in parasitic bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).
A monograph on the Baltic amber bees and evolution of the Apoidea (Hymenoptera).
The fate of the lacinia in the Halictidae and Oxaeidae (Hymenoptera, Apoidea).
www.entomology.cornell.edu /BeePhylogeny/bibliography.html   (4925 words)

 Bees, Insects, Bees, insect, Pictures, Catalog, Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Apoidea are subdivided into several families on the basis of how their wings are veined, and other criteria.
Bees are considered truly social when there is a single queen, when a worker caste of nonreproductive females shares in the construction of the nest and other duties, and when the larvae are fed gradually.
The family Halictidae constitutes 60 to 70 percent of the Apoidea, and the family Andrenidae another 20 percent.
www.4to40.com /earth/geography/htm/insectsindex.asp?counter=3   (2530 words)

 Apoidea Info Page
"APOIDEA" is an e-mail discussion group primarily for biologists that work with wild bees of the world (similar discussion groups already exist for biologists whose focus is the honey bee, bumble bees [Bombus] or pollination ecology).
In turn, anything that you send to APOIDEA will automatically be sent to all of the other participants, of which there are nearly 100 hundred now in 20+ countries.
To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Apoidea Archives.
lists.usu.edu /mailman/listinfo/apoidea   (385 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Most of the objects the crawlers retrieved were useless and subsequently discarded; compounding this, there was no coordination among the crawlers.
Fortunately, this bleak picture has improved: a new completely distributed and decentralized P2P crawler called Apoidea is both self-managing and uses the resource s geographical proximity to its peers for a better and faster crawl [6].
Apoidea is a family of bees which does not have any queen bees.
disl.cc.gatech.edu /Apoidea   (602 words)

An exploratory analysis of the cladistic relationships within the superfamily Apoidea, with special reference to sphecid wasps (Hymenoptera).
Lasioglossum Curtis 1833 mit illustrierten Bestimmungstabellen (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Halictidae: Halictinae).
A classification of the large carpenter bees (Xylocopini) (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).
faculty.ucr.edu /~legneref/taxonomy/apoidea.htm   (1288 words)

Brothers, D. Phylogeny and evolution of wasps, ants and bees (Hymenoptera, Chrysidoidea, Vespoidea and Apoidea).
Engel, M. A monograph of the Baltic Amber bees and evolution of the Apoidea (Hymenoptera).
Melo, G. Phylogenetic Relationships and Classification of the Major Lineages of Apoidea (Hymenoptera), with Emphasis on the Crabronid Wasps.
tolweb.org /tree?group=Apoidea   (473 words)

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As such, more intensive study should be made of the various species to determine the practicability of their preservation, culture, and use on various insect-pollinated crops.
Although ants, beetles, butterflies, moths, and many other groups of insects contribute to the pollination of plants, Apoidea are of greatest interest and by far the most important as pollinators, especially in temperate regions.
The families of Apoidea have plumose or branched hairs at least on the top of the thorax, the first joint of the hind tarsi is enlarged, and they provide their young with a diet of nectar and pollen.
gears.tucson.ars.ag.gov /book/wildbee.html   (7550 words)

 Lycos Search : Apoidea
Silvestri Portici- La collezione degli Apoidea (Hymenoptera) dell'Istituto di Entomologia...
(Redirected from Bee) Apoidea (Bees, Abeille, Bienen, Abejas) is a superfamily of insecta.
Mirosława Dylewska - her research interests have been focused on the systematics and faunistics of wild bees Hymenoptera: Apoidea...
search.lycos.co.uk /cgi-bin/pursuit?pag=2&query=Apoidea&lyca=AJ&matchmode=and&mtemp=main&etemp=&cat=web&family=on&enc=utf-8&nightsurf=no   (201 words)

 19(1)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Catalogue of the Apoidea of the Neotropical region (Hymenoptera, Colletidae).
The type locality, depositary museums, geographical occurrences, biological behaviour, flowers visited and taxonomical notes from the species of the neotropical Colletini are mentioned.
Catalogue of the apoidea of the Neotropical region (Hymenoptera, Colletidae) IV.
zoo.bio.ufpr.br /sbz/19(1).htm   (3969 words)

 Catalog of Sphecidae
A frequently used argument was that sphecids were equal in rank to bees (Apoidea) and thus also must be a superfamily (Sphecoidea).
The close relationship of bees and sphecids was recognized early by H. Müller (1872), and Handlirsch (1908) proposed Sphegiformia (properly Sphecoidea) to include both Sphecidae and Apidae, essentially treating them as sister groups.
The catalog's main objective is to allow quick orientation in the vast body of the available literature on the four included families.
www.calacademy.org /research/entomology/Entomology_Resources/Hymenoptera/sphecidae/Genera_and_species_PDF/introduction.htm   (500 words)

Their function in the community is simply to fertilize the queens at the proper time, and then they are of no further use in the world.
The Apoidea are now subdivided into no less than fourteen fullfledged families.
The habits of the bees of these diverse families vary greatly, and most of the characteristics which they have in common have already been referred to.
www.insectguide.net /bees.html   (1566 words)

 Eminem Saves Christmas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
One of the flying insects of the superfamily Apoidea, in the same order as the ants and the wasps, Bees are characterized by their enlarged hind feet typically equipped with pollen baskets of stiff hairs for gathering pollen.
The solitary bees (which do not secrete wax) are called carpenter, plasterer, leaf-cutting, burrowing, or mason bees according to the material or method used to construct nests for their young.
Bees are of inestimable value as agents of cross-pollination, and many plants are entirely dependent on particular kinds of bees for their reproduction (such as red clover, which is pollinated by the bumblebee, and many orchids).
www.apathyzeal.com /genius/beequestion.html   (1563 words)

 Lycos Search : Apoidea
Apoidea - bees superfamily Apoidea arthropod family - any of the...Find thousands of free...
Apoidea Pictures, Pictures of Apoidea, Bath, United Kingdom -...
Apoidea, Bath, United Kingdom: Find photos, descriptions, maps, and expert advice on things to do in Bath, United Kingdom on Yahoo!
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 Hive: A Peer-to-Peer Indexing Extension to Apoidea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
  Apoidea has begun to provide a peer-to-peer solution for these issues in the domain of web crawling but currently does not index the pages it crawls.
The plan is to implement the system using Java to allow for distribution across multiple platforms and to integrate easily with the existing Apoidea Java code.
Evaluation of the project will first involve making sure the implementation works and can index data passed from the Apoidea web crawler.
www.cc.gatech.edu /classes/AY2004/cs8803h_spring/proposals/keith/Hive.htm   (911 words)

 Animaland - Apoidea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Apoidea is the name given to the social wasps & bees.
This exciting tale of adventure begins on the surface of a watery planet.
So far this is one of only two attempts I've made at even a simple narrative style - something I'm not really interested in exploring at the moment.
www.csse.monash.edu.au /~aland/apoidea.html   (136 words)

 Definition of apoidea - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
apoidea is one of more than 1,000,000 entries available at Merriam-WebsterUnabridged.com.
For More Information on "apoidea" go to Britannica.com
Get the Top 10 Search Results for "apoidea"
www.m-w.com /cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=Apoidea   (82 words)

Table 1: List of Apoidea pollinators of alfalfa in Rostov-on-Don
Table 4: Potential alfalfa yield from pollinators in Rostov-on-Don
Table 1: List of Apoidea pollinators of alfalfa in Rostov-on-Don region (Russia).
www.pollinatorparadise.com /Russia.htm   (2449 words)

 SLU, Department of Entomology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Fries, I., de Ruijter, A., Paxton, R.J., da Silva,, A.J., Susan B. Slemenda, S.B., Norman J. Pieniazek, N.J. Molecular characterization of Nosema bombi (Microsporidia: Nosematidae) and a note on its sites of infection in Bombus terrestris (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).
Fries, I. Honey bees and Varroa destructor - live and let die.
Pettersson, M.W. and Sjödin, E. The effect of experimental plant density reductions on plant choice and foraging behaviour of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).
www.entom.slu.se /publications.htm   (11473 words)

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