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Amegilla quadrifasciata (de Villers, 1789)
Apis quadrifasciata de Villers, 1789; Anthophora quadrifasciata var albescens Dours, 1870; Anthophora maderae Sichel, 1868; Anthophora mervensis Radoszkowski, 1893; Anthophora mediterranea Alfken, 1927; Anthophora quadrifasciata var tenereffensis Cockerell, 1930; Anthophora klugi Priesner, 1957; Anthophora litorana Priesner, 1957

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Subgenus: Amegilla

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Male from Koštabona, Istra, collected in June 1993.


Amegilla quadrifasciata Villers, 1789



Palaearctic species, distributed in the sub-Mediterranean region of Slovenia (Istria).

Polylectic species. Nests in burrows in the ground, excavated by itself.

Univoltine. Flies from July to September.


Razširjenost vrste v Sloveniji.

V Istri.


Andrej Gogala: Bee fauna of Slovenia

Updated: 2018-11-14 18:00:37 gmt
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