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(Osmiini)

(Osmiini)

Osmiini is a tribe of leafcutter, mason, and resin bees in the family Megachilidae. There are about 19 genera and at least 1,000 described species in Osmiini. ID: 465612 Exploring the Osmiini Tribe: Fascinating Bees of the Megachilidae Family Introduction: In the vast world of insects, bees have long captured our attention and admiration. Their…

(Manueliini)

(Manueliini)

Name: Manueliini Rank: tribe Parent ID: 244505 Manuelia is a genus of bees in the subfamily Xylocopinae, the only genus in the tribe Manueliini. There are three species. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manuelia ID: 574572

(Allodapini)

(Allodapini)

Name: Allodapini Rank: tribe Parent ID: 244505 The Allodapini is a tribe of bees in the subfamily Xylocopinae, family Apidae. They occur throughout sub-Saharan Africa, South East Asia, and Australasia. There is also a rare genus, Exoneuridia, that occurs in isolated regions of Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon and Iran. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allodapini ID: 487220

(Ceratinini)

(Ceratinini)

Name: Ceratinini Rank: tribe Parent ID: 244505 The cosmopolitan bee genus Ceratina, often referred to as small carpenter bees, is the sole lineage of the tribe Ceratinini, and closely related to the more familiar carpenter bees. They make nests in dead wood, stems, or pith, and while many are solitary, a number are subsocial, with…

(Xylocopini)

(Xylocopini)

Name: Xylocopini Rank: tribe Parent ID: 244505 Carpenter bees are species in the genus Xylocopa of the subfamily Xylocopinae. The genus includes some 500 species in 31 subgenera. The common name “carpenter bee” derives from their nesting behavior; nearly all species burrow into hard plant material such as dead wood or bamboo. The main exceptions…