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Aculeata - Ants, Bees and Stinging Wasps

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The classification of the Diphaglossinae and North American species of the genus Caupolicana (Hymenoptera, Colletidae)
Michener, C. D. (1966). The classification of the Diphaglossinae and North American species of the genus Caupolicana (Hymenoptera, Colletidae). University of Kansas Science Bulletin, 44(20), 717.

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Droege S. (2009) Guide to the bee genera within Apidae of eastern North America
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Droege S. (2009) Identification of eastern North American bee genera in the family Halictidae
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Droege S. (2009) Identification guide to the Megachilidae genera of eastern North America
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Raney H. (-2014) Eastern sphecid wasps
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Annotated checklist, incl. brief descriptions, biology, hosts, and distribution (US state records only)

Pulawski W.J. (2014) Family group names and classification
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Family group names of Apoidea s.l. (with all bees treated as a single family, Apidae) are listed, and historical spelling variations analyzed. Several updates have been made since this entry was posted.
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Michener, C. D. (1954). Bees of Panamá. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 104(1), 1.
Bees of Panama

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Wild Bees of the National Butterfly Center
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In September, 2018, photographers Paula Sharp and Ross Eatman commenced a new project, documenting the extraordinary diversity of wild bee species at the National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas. This website chronicles the ongoing NBC project.

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