Osmia (Erythrosmia) erythrogastra Ferton, 1905,

Müller, Andreas, 2020, Palaearctic Osmia bees of the subgenera Hemiosmia, Tergosmia and Erythrosmia (Megachilidae, Osmiini): biology, taxonomy and key to species, Zootaxa 4778 (2), pp. 201-236: 230

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Osmia (Erythrosmia) erythrogastra Ferton, 1905
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Osmia (Erythrosmia) erythrogastra Ferton, 1905 

Osmia erythrogastra Ferton, 1905: 56  . Type material: Syntypes ♀ ♂, “Bonifacio, Sta. Manza (terrain granitique)” ( France: Cor- sica), Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle Paris .

Literature records. CYPRUS: Paphos (Paphos) ( Zanden 1983). FRANCE: Corse (Bonifacio) (Benoist 19031). GREECE: Central Greece (Lamia), Thessaly (Mikrothivai) ( Zanden 1983). ITALY: Emilia-Romagna (Cattolica) ( Zanden 1983). MONTENEGRO: Sutomore ( Zanden 1983). TURKEY: Antalya (Beldibi, Arapsuyu), Aydin (Milet), Bilecik (Merkez), Izmir (Efes) ( Zanden 1983; Özbek & Zanden 1992; Özbek 2013).

New records. BULGARIA: Burgas: Slancev Brjag, 18.7.1968, 1♂ (leg. M. Kocourek); Varvara, 6.8.– 12.8.1970, 1♀ (leg. M. Kocourek); Nessebar , 7.9.1997, 1♀ (leg. M. Mucka)  . CYPRUS: Limassol: W Episkopi, 100 m, 2.5.2011, 1♀ (leg. C. Sedivy)  . FRANCE: Bouches-du-Rhône: Camargue 25.7.1999, 1♂ (leg. J. Smit); Corsica: Bastia, 0 m, 2.5.1964, 1♂ (leg. E. Diller); Provence: Arles, 2.8.1963, 1♂ (leg. E. Diller)  . GREECE: Aegean Islands: Lesvos , 6 km WSW Moria, 39°06ʹ49ʺN / 26°26ʹ54ʺE, 0 m, 11.4.2004, 1♂ (leg. O. Messinger); Central Greece: Lamia, 15.4.1963, 1♀, 1♂ (leg. K. Warncke); Central Macedonia: Sithonia, Sikia, 22.8.1978, 1♀ (leg. K. Warncke); Epirus: 30 km W Ioannina, 16.5.2005, 1♂ (leg. J. Halada); Ionian Islands: Korfu, Mandouki, 7.5.1984, 3♂ (leg. L. Norén); Kefalonia, Kaligata, 10 km SSW Argostoli, 0 m, 2.5.1996, 1♂ (leg. Miksch); Peloponnese: Mantinea, 9.7.2008, 1♀GoogleMaps  , 16.7.2008, 1♀ (leg. W.Arens); Thessaly: Trikala, 17.4.– 22.4.1962, 2♂ (leg. K. Warncke); Western Greece: Kalogria ( Achaia ), 8.4.1996, 1♂  , 7.7.1996, 1♀  , 12.5.1997, 1♂, 26.7.1997, 1♀ (leg. W. Arens). ISRAEL AND PALESTINE: Central District: Tel Yitshak, 21.3.2009, 1♀, 1♂ (leg. A. Dorchin); Haifa District : Mt. Carmel , 400 m, 10.4.1988, 1♀ (leg. K. Guichard); Jerusalem District : Judean Foothills , Park Britannia , 24.3.2016, 1♀ (leg. Y. Berner); Northern District : Lower Galilee , Tiv’on , 32º44ʹ15ʺN / 35º08ʹ00ʺE, 8.4.2011, 1♀ (leg. A. Dorchin); Southern District : Judean Foothills, Gal’on, 23.3.2010, 1♂ (leg. T. Chaprazaro)GoogleMaps  . ITALY: Abruzzi: 30 km W Pescara, 23.8.1997, 1♂ (leg. M. Halada); Sicilia: Catania, Terme , 1.8.1956, 1♂ (leg. H. Bytinski-Salz); Umbria: Todi, 100 km N Roma , 27.7.1999, 1♂ (leg. J. Halada)  . JORDAN: Irbid: North Shuna env., 29.6.– 30.06.1996, 2♀ (leg. M. Halada)  . SYRIA: Al-Quneitra: Jordan Valley, Kursi beach Nahal Samakh , 32º49ʹ46ʺN / 35º39ʹ06ʺE, - 197 m, 26.5.2011, 1♂ (leg. A. Dorchin); Latakia: 20 km NE Latakia, 25.5.1996, 2♂ (leg. M. Halada)GoogleMaps  . TURKEY: Adana: Adana, 6.4.1971, 1♀, 1♂ (leg. K. Warncke)  . Antalya: 20 km E Alanya, 16.6.1997, 6♂ (leg. M. Halada); Aydin: Milet, 22.4.1981, 1♂ (leg. K. Warncke); Izmir: Ephese, 19.4.1981, 1♂ (leg. J.A.W. Lucas); Konya: Konya, 23.7.1971, 1♀ (leg. K. Warncke); Mersin: Kuzucebelen , 28.5.1998, 1♂ (leg. M. Halada); Mugla: Lykia , 17.4.1981, 1♂ (leg. K. Warncke)  .

Distribution. Southern Europe (southern France including Corsica, Italy including Sicily, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Greece), Turkey, Cyprus, Levant ( Syria, Israel and Palestine, Jordan).

Pollen hosts. Polylectic with affinity for nototribic flowers of both Lamiaceae  (e.g. Lamium  , Stachys  ) and Antirrhineae  as well as for Fabaceae  (e.g. Lotus  , Trifolium  ) (Tab. 1). Additional pollen sources include Echium  ( Boraginaceae  ), Asteraceae  ( Cichorioideae  , Carduoideae) and Brassicaceae  . The females are equipped with a specialized pilosity on clypeus and frons composed of apically twisted bristles, which are used to comb pollen from the raised anthers of nototribic flowers.

Nesting biology. Unknown.

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Tavera, Department of Geology and Geophysics

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Megachilidae

Genus

Osmia

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Osmia (Erythrosmia) erythrogastra Ferton, 1905

Müller, Andreas 2020
2020
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Osmia erythrogastra

Ferton, C. 1905: 56