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L. fratellum, a halictine bee species of the so-called 'carinate'-Evylaeus group, is mainly distributed in boreo-montane regions of the western Palearctic. In NW Germany it often inhabits disturbed high moors with great populations. In this marginal environment L. fratellum and other (halictine)...

Heide, A. von der
Drosera, 1992, 92, 2, pp 171-188

E. bicolor is a univoltine allodapine bee common in montane forests of southern Australia, where it exhibits a semisocial/quasisocial colony organization. Within-nest behaviour in post-emergence autumn nests of E. bicolor was recorded with the aim of studying behavioural specialization in...

Melna, P. A.; Schwarz, M. P.
Insectes Sociaux, 1994, 41, 1, pp 1-18