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Australian genus Brachyhesma (Apoidea, Colletidae) revised and reviewed

Elizabeth M. Exley

Australian genus Brachyhesma (Apoidea, Colletidae) revised and reviewed

by Elizabeth M. Exley

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Published by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Melbourne .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementElizabeth M. Exley.
SeriesAustralian journal of zoology., no. 53
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 90/06950 (Q)
The Physical Object
Pagination54 p. :
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1579066M
LC Control Number91101030

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Australian genus Brachyhesma (Apoidea, Colletidae) revised and reviewed by Elizabeth M. Exley Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Australian genus Brachyhesma (Apoidea: Colletidae) revised and reviewed E.M. Exley Australian Journal of Zoology Supplementary Series 25(53) 1 - 54Cited by: 2. By Elizabeth M. Exley, Published on 11/04/ Recommended Citation. Exley, Elizabeth M., "The Australian Genus Brachyhesma (Apoidea: Colletidae) Revised and Reviewed" ().Cited by: 2.

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Australian Journal Australian genus Brachyhesma book Zoology Supplementary Series. Volume 25 Number 53 The Australian genus Brachyhesma (Apoidea: Colletidae) revised and reviewed.

The west Palearctic-Southeast Asian genus Tricholeiochiton is newly recorded from Australia with descriptions of four species; the generic diagnosis is revised and a key given to Australian species. The genus Brachyhesma Michener,is revised. Seventeen species are recognized including the following 11 species described as new: B.

bitrichopedalis, B. The Australian Journal of Zoology is an international publication for original contributions to all branches of zoology, with an emphasis on the fauna of the Australasian region.

Citation Exley E.M. () The Australian genus Brachyhesma (Apoidea: Colletidae) revised and lian Journal of Zoology Supplementary Ser By Elizabeth M. Exley, Published on 05/01/ Recommended Citation.

Exley, Elizabeth M., "Revision of the Genus Brachyhesma Michener (Apoidea: Colletidae)" (). Charles Duncan Michener (Charles D. Michener, C.D. Michener, (); American entomologist. Much of his career has been devoted to the systematics and natural history of bees, although his earliest paper seems to have been a collaboration regarding butterflies.

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