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Anthidium punctatum Latreille, 1809
Anthidium minus Nylander, 1848; Anthidium senile Eversmann, 1852; Anthidium albidulum Chevrier, 1872; Anthidium greyi Radoszkowski, 1862; Anthidium nigrinum Morawitz, 1875; Anthidium nitidulum Morawitz, 1893; Anthidium mayeti Pérez, 1895; Anthidium punctatum var albofasciatum Friese, 1897; Anthidium punctatum var fulvipes_homonym Friese, 1897; Anthidium kohlii Friese, 1897; Anthidium punctatum var bequaerti Alfken, 1914; Anthidium punctatum bequaerti Alfken, 1914; Anthidium amanusense Dusmet y Alonso, 1915; Anthidium punctatum var ariasi Dusmet y Alonso, 1915; Anthidium kohli var nigritulum Friese, 1917; Anthidium punctatum var fulvipes_homonym Kokujev, 1927; Anthidium baicalense Cockerell, 1928; Anthidium punctatum zaidamense Popov, 1948; Anthidium (Anthidium) punctatum zaidamense Popov, 1948, valid subspecies; Anthidium punctatum himalayaensis Wu, 1982; Anthidium (Anthidium) punctatum himalayaense Wu, 1982, valid subspecies

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A couple on Hippocrepis . Brje pri Komnu, Kras, July 2008.

 

Anthidium punctatum Latreille, 1809

 

 

West Palaearctic species, widely distributed in Slovenia.

Polylectic species. Nests in crevices in the ground and between rocks. The cell partitions are made of cottony plant down.

Univoltine. Flies from June to August.

 

Razširjenost vrste v Sloveniji.

Je zelo razširjena, vendar nikjer ni pogosta.

 

 

Andrej Gogala: Bee fauna of Slovenia

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