Anthophorula persephone

Classis : Insecta 
Ordo : Hymenoptera 
Subordo : Apocrita 
Superfamilia : Apoidea 
Familia : Apidae 
Subfamilia : Apinae 
Genus : Anthophorula 
Subgenus : Anthophorula 
   
Palaeontologia
20–16 m.a.Burdigalium

Anthophorula (Anthophorula) persephone est exstincta subfamiliae Apinarum familiae Apidarum species, ex binis fossilibus fortasse Miocaenis[1] in Hispaniola inventis agnita. Quae prima tribus Exomalopsinorum species ex fossilibus in sucino Dominiciano inventa descripta, et sola Anthophorulae species in Indiis Occidentalibus inventa est.[2][3]

NotaeRecensere

  1. Poinar, G.; Heiss, E. (2011). "New Termitaphididae and Aradidae (Hemiptera) in Mexican and Dominican amber". Palaeodiversity 4: 51–62 .
  2. Engel, M. S.; Grimaldi, D. A.; González, V. H.; Hinojosa-Díaz, I. A.; Michener, C. D. (2012). "An exomalopsine bee in early Miocene amber from the Dominican Republic". American Museum novitates 3758: 1–16 .
  3. Woodruff, R.E. (2009). "A new fossil species of stag beetle from Dominican Republic amber, with Australasian connections (Coleoptera: Lucanidae)". Insecta Mundi 0098: 1–10 .

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