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Formicidae
Scoliidae
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Mitsubishi Repair
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Dear Colleagues, Experts, Researchers, and all people interested in aculeate Hymenoptera!


This web was composed as internet sites of Czech research on aculeate Hymenoptera – insects of the superfamilies Chrysidoidea, Vespoidea, and Apoidea. The group of researchers on Aculeata in the Czech Republic presents here their results for all people around the world. Here, you can find:

  • Electronic checklist of all families, each family has its own site except two sites together for digger wasps – Spheciformes (families Ampulicidae, Sphecidae, and Crabronidae) and bees – Apiformes (families Mellittidae, Megachilidae, Apidae, Andrenidae, Colletidae, and Halictidae). All species are presented in a table, the main literature and short description of the appropriate group is also presented. All news in the checklist are on-line presented with comments. Redlist of Aculeata – categories of endangerement are presented also in the table.

  • Online faunistic resources – all undergone and finished projects for each of the regions are presented. Published projects are presented by citations, unpublished or unfinished in tables of species.

  • Publications on aculeate Hymenoptera since the year 2002 (year of the appearance of bibliographies – Šedivý &  Bezděčka 2001, 2002). Some of them available in PDF, most of them on request.

  • Specialists – list of the participants with their specialisation and contacts.

  • Web resources – links to other Czech and foreign web sites on the Aculeata.

The sites are not complete, in first months of their appearance on the internet, we will try to complete them as soon as possible. We would like to thank to S. Krejčík (www.meloidae.cz) for the photographs, P. Bogusch made the other pictures.

We hope that our „Aculeata“ sites will be useful for many researchers, specialists, and people interested in aculeate Hymenoptera.

 

Yours,                                                                                       Petr Bogusch

 

 

 


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