Bombus (Pyrobombus) hypnorum (Linnaeus)

An, Jiandong, Williams, Paul H., Zhou, Bingfeng, Miao, Zhengying & Qi, Wenzhong, 2011, The bumblebees of Gansu, Northwest China (Hymenoptera, Apidae), Zootaxa 2865, pp. 1-36: 17

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scientific name

Bombus (Pyrobombus) hypnorum (Linnaeus)
status

s. l.

30. Bombus (Pyrobombus) hypnorum (Linnaeus)  s. l.

( Fig. 33View FIGURE 22 – 39)

APIS Hypnorum Linnaeus, 1758: 579  , lectotype queen ( Day, 1979: 64) LSL examined. Sweden. Bombus calidus Erichson, 1851: 65  , type not seen. Regarded as conspecific with Bombus hypnorum (Linnaeus)  by Schmiedeknecht (1883). Russia: Khabarovskiy Kray.

Bombus hypnorum  var. calidus Erichson  ; Morawitz, 1890: 349. China: ‘Sse-tschuan’, probably Qinghai. Taxonomy: for a discussion of the taxonomy of this species see Williams et al. (2009).

Material examined. 7 queens 26 workers 23 males (IAB).

Distribution in Gansu. Common at low to medium elevations of the southeastern and western mountains, rare at medium elevations of the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau in the southwest ( Fig. 33View FIGURE 22 – 39); 9 localities between 1049 and 2923 m (IAB).

Distribution in China. Shanxi, Jilin, Chongqing, Sichuan, Yunnan, Xizang, Gansu, Qinghai (IAB).

Forage plants. ASTERACEAE  : Carduus crispus  , Cirsium japonicum  , Ligularia  sp., Parasenecio roborowskii  , Stemmacantha uniflora  ; APIACEAE  : Angelica  sp.; FABACEAE  : Oxytropis ochrocephala  ; LAMIACEAE  : Nepeta prattii  , Thymus mongolicus  , Salvia przewalskii  , Salvia  sp., Scutellaria scordiifolia  ; ONAGRACEAE  : Epilobium angustifolium  .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Apidae

Genus

Bombus

Loc

Bombus (Pyrobombus) hypnorum (Linnaeus)

An, Jiandong, Williams, Paul H., Zhou, Bingfeng, Miao, Zhengying & Qi, Wenzhong 2011
2011
Loc

Bombus hypnorum

Morawitz 1890: 349
1890
Loc

APIS Hypnorum Linnaeus, 1758 : 579

Erichson 1851: 65
Linnaeus 1758: 579