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The chemical composition of Phymatidium delicatulum and P-tillandsioides (Orchidaceae) floral oils
(Natural Products IncWestervilleEUA, 2006)
Phoretic mites (Acari: Chaetodactylidae) associated with the solitary bee Tetrapedia diversipes (Apidae: Tetrapediini)
(SPRINGER FRANCE, 2011)
Solitary bees of the genus Tetrapedia have a specific association with mites of the genus Roubikia (Chaetodactylidae). These mites are frequently found attached to active Tetrapedia bees. We quantified the number of mites ...
Male sleeping aggregations of solitary oil-collecting bees in Brazil (Centridini, Tapinotaspidini, and Tetrapediini; Hymenoptera: Apidae)
Males of solitary bees usually spend the night in clusters on small branches of plants, cavities and flowers. The individuals usually return to the same location each evening during their life, exhibiting site fidelity to ...
Diapause in a tropical oil-collecting bee: molecular basis unveiled by RNA-Seq
(BioMed Central, 2018)
Abstract Background Diapause is a natural phenomenon characterized by an arrest in development that ensures the survival of organisms under extreme environmental conditions. ...
Getting Useful Information From Rna-seq Contaminants: A Case Of Study In The Oil-collecting Bee Tetrapedia Diversipes Transcriptome
(Mary Ann Liebert, IncNew Rochelle, 2016)
Life cycles and host-parasitoid relationships of five species of Leucospis wasps in Argentina (Hymenoptera: Leucospidae)
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-08)
The genus Leucospis Fabricius is comprised of parasitoid wasps relatively uncommon in nature. Their immature stages develop on aculeate Hymenoptera, in particular solitary bees, but hosts are known for only around 25 ...