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Bombus rupestris (Fabricius, 1793)

Determined: Dr. Petr Bogusch - Psithyrus rupestris

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Filenamehymenoptera00059.JPG
KeywordsBombus rupestris, Apidae, Hymenoptera
LocalityCzech republic, Kroměříž, Lísky 6.6.2004
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/2616/
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  • = Apathus rupestris (Fabricius, 1793)
  • = Apis albinella Kirby, 1802
  • = Apis arenaris Panzer, 1801
  • = Apis frutetorum Panzer, 1801
  • = Apis rupestris Fabricius, 1793
  • = Bombus obscurus Seidl, 1838
  • = Bombus rupestris orientanus Reinig, 1931
  • = Bombus rupestris siculus Reinig, 1931
  • = Psithyrus rupestris (Fabricius, 1793)


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