Halictus flavocallosus Morawitz, 1894

Astafurova, Yulia V. & Proshchalykin, Maxim Yu., 2020, The type specimens of bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) deposited in the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg. Contribution III Family Halictidae, genera Halictus Latreille, 1804, and Sphecodes Latreille, 1804, Zootaxa 4790 (3), pp. 401-446: 410-411

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Halictus flavocallosus Morawitz, 1894
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9. Halictus flavocallosus Morawitz, 1894  

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Halictus flavocallosus Morawitz, 1894: 68   , ♀, ♂.

Type locality: Serakhs, Akhal Province ( Turkmenistan).

Published (original) locality: “Serax”.

Lectotype (designated here): ♀, Serax [ Turkmenistan, Akhal Province, Serakhs, 36°31′N 61°13′E] // Halictus flavocallosus F. Morawitz   , ♀ [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекциЯ] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. GoogleMaps  

Morawitz] // Lectotypus, Halictus flavocallosus Morawitz   , ♀, design. Astafurova et Proshchalykin, 2020 <red la- bel> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000149   .

Paralectotypes: ♀, 7 ♂, Serax // flavocallosus F. Mor.   [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекциЯ] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus, Halictus flavocallosus Morawitz   , design. Astafurova et Proshchalykin, 2020 <red label>.

Current status. Halictus (Placidohalictus) fuscicollis Morawitz, 1876   (synonymized by Blüthgen 1931: 214).

Distribution. Southern Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan ( Morawitz 1876, 1894).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Halictidae

Genus

Halictus

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Halictus flavocallosus Morawitz, 1894

Astafurova, Yulia V. & Proshchalykin, Maxim Yu. 2020
2020
Loc

Halictus flavocallosus Morawitz, 1894: 68

Morawitz, F. F. 1894: 68
1894