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Euglossa obrima, a new species of orchid bee from Mesoamerica, with notes on the subgenus Dasystilbe Dressler (Hymenoptera, Apidae).

Hinojosa-Díaz IA, Melo GA, Engel MS - Zookeys (2011)

Bottom Line: A new species of the orchid bee subgenus Dasystilbe Dressler (Euglossini: Euglossa Latreille) is described and figured from a series of males and females collected broadly in Mesoamerica.Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., is differentiated from the one known species of Dasystilbe, Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure, which occurs only in Panamá and perhaps Costa Rica.The subgenus and its constituent species are diagnosed, and comments provided on Dasystilbe.

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Affiliation: Division of Entomology, Natural History Museum, and Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, 1501 Crestline Drive-Suite 140, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66049-2811, USA.

ABSTRACT
A new species of the orchid bee subgenus Dasystilbe Dressler (Euglossini: Euglossa Latreille) is described and figured from a series of males and females collected broadly in Mesoamerica. Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., is differentiated from the one known species of Dasystilbe, Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure, which occurs only in Panamá and perhaps Costa Rica. The subgenus and its constituent species are diagnosed, and comments provided on Dasystilbe.

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Lateral habitus of species of Euglossa (Dasystilbe). 4 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., male holotype 5 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure, male 6 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., female paratype.
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Figure 2: Lateral habitus of species of Euglossa (Dasystilbe). 4 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., male holotype 5 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure, male 6 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., female paratype.

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Euglossa obrima, a new species of orchid bee from Mesoamerica, with notes on the subgenus Dasystilbe Dressler (Hymenoptera, Apidae).

Hinojosa-Díaz IA, Melo GA, Engel MS - Zookeys (2011)

Lateral habitus of species of Euglossa (Dasystilbe). 4 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., male holotype 5 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure, male 6 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., female paratype.
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Figure 2: Lateral habitus of species of Euglossa (Dasystilbe). 4 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., male holotype 5 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure, male 6 Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., female paratype.
Mentions: Figs 1, 3 4, 6 7, 9 10 15, 17, 19 21–26

Bottom Line: A new species of the orchid bee subgenus Dasystilbe Dressler (Euglossini: Euglossa Latreille) is described and figured from a series of males and females collected broadly in Mesoamerica.Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., is differentiated from the one known species of Dasystilbe, Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure, which occurs only in Panamá and perhaps Costa Rica.The subgenus and its constituent species are diagnosed, and comments provided on Dasystilbe.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Division of Entomology, Natural History Museum, and Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, 1501 Crestline Drive-Suite 140, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66049-2811, USA.

ABSTRACT
A new species of the orchid bee subgenus Dasystilbe Dressler (Euglossini: Euglossa Latreille) is described and figured from a series of males and females collected broadly in Mesoamerica. Euglossa (Dasystilbe) obrima, sp. n., is differentiated from the one known species of Dasystilbe, Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure, which occurs only in Panamá and perhaps Costa Rica. The subgenus and its constituent species are diagnosed, and comments provided on Dasystilbe.

No MeSH data available.