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Fauna Helvetica 26: Apidae 6 [French / German] Andrena, Melitturga, Panurginus, Panurgus

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Fauna Helvetica Volume: 26
By: Felix Amiet(Author), Mike Herrmann(Author), Andreas Müller(Author), Raine Neumeyer(Author)
318 pages, b/w line drawings, 130 distribution maps
Fauna Helvetica 26: Apidae 6 [French / German]
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Language: Bilingual in French and German, species descriptions in German only

The 6th part concerning the bees of Switzerland treats the genera Andrena, Melitturga, Panurginus and Panurgus. It is the last part of this serie on wild bees. Typical features, biology, a determination key with species from neighboring regions, a short classification appear for each genus in German and French.
 
For each species, the following are briefly discussed (in German only): both sexes, distribution, season of flight, biology, and if present, parasitic bees with their host species. A distribution map completes this information.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Fauna Helvetica Volume: 26
By: Felix Amiet(Author), Mike Herrmann(Author), Andreas Müller(Author), Raine Neumeyer(Author)
318 pages, b/w line drawings, 130 distribution maps
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