سال انتشار: ۱۳۹۰
محل انتشار: دومین همایش ملی مدیریت کنترل آفات
تعداد صفحات: ۱
Razeyeh Khodaparast – MSc. Student of Entomology, Department of Plant Protection, Faculty of Agriculture. Yasouj University, Yasouj,
Alireza Monfared – Assistant professor in Agricultural Entomology, Faculty of Agriculture,Yasouj University, Yasouj, Iran
Andreas Muller – Andreas Müller, ETH Zürich, Ento- mological Collection, Schmelzberg strasse 9, 8092 Zürich, Switzerland.
Christophe Praz – Lab of Evolutionary Entomology, Institute of Biology – UniMail, University of Neuchâtel, R.
Common name of bees family of Megachilidae is leaf cutting bees and mason bees. In this familyscopa in non –parasitic females exist on abdominal sternites. Parasitic species have no scopa. Bycollecting specimens from Fars province cities, which carried out from January to August 2010, insummation, 716 specimens of this family were collected. These specimens detected to genera in PlantProtection Group lab of Yasouj University. In order to identify the species, examples of each genus sendto abroad for expertise. Comparing with identified specimens, 29 species of Megachilid bees detected inFars province. Of these, one species of genus Megachile (Creightonella) were known as a new for sciencewhich is under descripting. Some specimens detected by genus so six species are unknown yet. Detectedspecies are as follow: 1. Osmia cerinthidis, 2. Osmia ligurica, 3. Hoplitis uncaticornis, 4. Hoplitisrufopicta , 5. Hoplitis flabellifera, 6.Heriades cf. hissaricus,7.Osmia niveata, 8. Eoanthidium judaense, 9.Megachile sp.(nova), 10.Megachile picicornis, 11. Megachile centuncularis , 12. Megachile doriae,13.Megachile cf. fertoni ,14.Megachile deceptoria,15. Megachile maritime, 16.Megachile apicalis, 17.Megachile sanguinipes, 18. Megachile farinose, 19.Megachile cf. farinose, 20. Megachilemontenegrensis, 21. Anthidium cf. florentinum, 22.Anthidium bischoffi, 23.Anthidium anguliventre