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Zoological Catalogue of Australia Volume 10

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Zoological Catalogue of Australia Volume 10

Hymenoptera: Apoidea

Zoological Catalogue of Australia Series

JC Cardale   CSIRO Entomology / Australian Biological Resources Study

Illustrations
406 pages
Publishers: CSIRO PUBLISHING / Australian Biological Resources Study (ABRS)


    Hardback - 1993
ISBN: 9780644290807 - AU $ 74.95

 

 Provides information on the seven bee families and 13 subfamilies found in Australia. It lists over 60 valid genus names, some 200 available genus names, over 1500 valid species names and nearly 2000 available species names. Also listed are some 2000 flower visiting records of over 700 species. 

 ". . . this is one of the best and most useful catalogues that I have ever perused."
WE LaBerge, Annals of the Entomological Society of America

". . . will provide an excellent entry to the Australian bee fauna for taxonomists everywhere who may be seeking new areas to revise."
BJ Donovan, New Zealand Entomologist

". . . this volume is an outstanding contribution . . . For melittologists in other regions, the Catalogue contains a wealth of information on the systematics, biology, ecology and biogeography of bees in general . . . I do not hesitate to recommend this book to anyone interested in bees."
CD Eardley, African Entomologist

 

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