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A missing piece in the puzzle: the presence of Euglossa viridissima in the Baja California Peninsula (Hymenoptera, Apidae)
ARMANDO FALCON BRINDIS
RICARDO AYALA BARAJAS
MARIA LUISA JIMENEZ JIMENEZ
ISMAEL ALEJANDRO HINOJOSA DIAZ
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ISSN: 1313–2970
URL: https://zookeys.pensoft.net/article/19876/
DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.726.19876
Biogeography, Cape Region, oases, orchid bees, neotropics
"Orchid bees are a conspicuous component of the neotropical bee fauna, with a few species reaching the north¬ernmost natural distribution for the group in northwestern continental Mexico. Among them, Euglossa virid¬issima Friese is here reported for the first time in the Cape Region of the Baja California peninsula, Mexico, where no species of the group have been found previously. These records are presented, their biogeographical implications discussed, and some interpretations of the local factors that influence the bees is presented."
Pensoft Publishers
2018
Artículo
ZooKeys
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Falcón-Brindis A, Ayala R, Jiménez ML, Hinojosa-Díaz IA (2018) A missing piece in the puzzle: the presence of Euglossa viridissima in the Baja California Peninsula (Hymenoptera, Apidae). ZooKeys 726: 15–23. https:// doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.726.19876
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