Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure

Hinojosa-Diaz, Ismael A., Melo, Gabriel A. R. & Engel, Michael S., 2011, Euglossa obrima, a new species of orchid bee from Mesoamerica, with notes on the subgenus Dasystilbe Dressler (Hymenoptera, Apidae), ZooKeys 97, pp. 11-29: 23

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.97.1106

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:35302F12-F9A7-4453-A4A3-EDB61EEB7799

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/ACBD0692-D6BD-6F1F-3F43-5EC59E53815B

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scientific name

Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure
status

 

Euglossa (Dasystilbe) villosa Moure  Figs 25816, 18, 20

Diagnosis.

Only males presently known; body coloration metallic-green with noticeable bronzy iridescence particularly on mesoscutum, metatibia, and metasoma (Figs 2, 5, 20); first four metasomal terga with noticeable green band along tergal margins as opposed to their conspicuously bronzy iridescent major anterior sectors (Figs 2, 5); punctation moderately dense; body with dense, fulvous, long setae especially on lateral and ventral sides of head and mesosoma; mesotibial anterior tuft ellipsoidal with a diagonally truncate base and also a truncate distal margin, posterior tuft oval, almost completely lying on two-thirds of truncate proximal margin of anterior tuft, sparse section of velvety area covering about anterior half of it (Fig. 16); second mesotarsomere quasi square-shaped, posterior margin concavity obscured by projection of posterior margin of inner surface (Fig. 18); third and fourth mesotarsomeres about as long as wide or slightly wider; distal section of metatibial organ slit lanceolate (spur-like), broad, maximum width occupying about one-third of metatibial outer surface width (Fig. 20); second metasomal sternum with two narrow cowled slits.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Apidae

Genus

Euglossa