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Zootaxa ; 4859(1): zootaxa.4859.1.6, 2020 Oct 05.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-33056209


The bee genus Nogueirapis Moure is redescribed with the addition of new characters deriving from two new species from the Amazon rainforest. Nogueirapis batistai sp. nov. and N. rosariae sp. nov. are described and included in an identification key that covers all species of the genus. Occurrence records are updated for all species.

Himenópteros , Animais , Abelhas , Florestas , Floresta Úmida , Registros
Zookeys ; 935: 57-92, 2020.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-32508502


Seven new species of Hymenoepimecis Viereck are described from Peruvian Andes and Amazonia, French Guiana and Ecuador: H. andina Pádua & Sääksjärvi, sp. nov., H. castilloi Pádua & Sääksjärvi, sp. nov., H. dolichocarinata Pádua & Sääksjärvi, sp. nov., H. ecuatoriana Pádua & Sääksjärvi, sp. nov., H. longilobus Pádua & Sääksjärvi, sp. nov., H. pucallpina Pádua & Sääksjärvi, sp. nov., and H. rafaelmartinezi Pádua & Sääksjärvi, sp. nov. In addition, the male of the Hymenoepimecis kleini Pádua & Sobczak, 2015 is described, new faunistic records for the genus provided, as well as an illustrated identification key to all known species of the genus.

Zootaxa ; 4712(4): zootaxa.4712.4.1, 2019 Dec 23.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-32230664


Scaura Schwarz is a small, widely distributed Neotropical genus of stingless bees whose workers and males have the metabasitarsus as broad as or wider than the metatibia. The genus currently includes four valid species. A species complex composed of three additional species are described here as new (S. amazonica sp. n., S. aspera sp. n. and S. cearensis sp. n.). In addition to the descriptions and redescriptions of the species of Scaura, an illustrated identification key is presented, as well as updated geographical records.

Himenópteros , Animais , Abelhas , Geografia , Masculino
Zookeys ; (713): 113-130, 2017.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29187792


The taxonomic history of Trigona latitarsis Friese, 1900 and its clarification based on the observation of the types and literature data are treated in this study. The paper discusses the validity of the previously proposed lectotype, deposited in the ZMB (Berlin, Germany). Based on the type series deposited in HNHM (Budapest, Hungary) as well as the original description, a new lectotype and 15 paralectotypes from Amazon forest (São Paulo de Olivença, Amazonas) are designated. Data on the geographic distribution of Scaura latitarsis (Friese, 1900) are provided.