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Tetraloniella duvaucelii  (Lepeletier, 1841)
Taxonomic Serial No.: 1129993

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 Taxonomy and Nomenclature
  Kingdom: Animalia  
  Taxonomic Rank: Species  
  Synonym(s): Tetraloniella glabricornis (Cameron, 1908)
    Tetralonia punctata Cameron, 1898
    Tetralonia glabricornis Cameron, 1908
    Tetraloniella aliena Cockerell, 1911
    Macrocera duvaucelii Lepeletier, 1841
    Tetralonia duvaucelii (Lepeletier, 1841)
    Eucera duvaucelii (Lepeletier, 1841)
    Tetralonia elegans Smith, 1854
    Tetralonia ovatula Cameron, 1908
    Tetraloniella chaprensis Cockerell, 1920
    Eucera phryne Nurse, 1904
    Tetralonia leucopoda Cockerell, 1911
    Eucera duvancelii (Lepeletier, 1841)
    Tetraloniella elegans (Smith, 1854)
    Tetraloniella phryne (Nurse, 1904)
    Tetraloniella ovatula (Cameron, 1908)
    Tetraloniella punctata (Cameron, 1898)
    Tetralonia leucopoda australior Cockerell, 1920
  Common Name(s):    
  Taxonomic Status:    
  Current Standing: valid  
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  Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met  

 Taxonomic Hierarchy
 KingdomAnimalia  – Animal, animaux, animals  
    SubkingdomBilateria  – triploblasts  
             PhylumArthropoda  – Artrópode, arthropodes, arthropods  
                SubphylumHexapoda  – hexapods  
                   ClassInsecta  – insects, hexapoda, inseto, insectes  
                      SubclassPterygota  – insects ailés, winged insects  
                         InfraclassNeoptera  – modern, wing-folding insects  
                               OrderHymenoptera  – abelha, formiga, vespa, ants, bees, wasps  
                                  SuborderApocrita  – abeilles, fourmis, guêpes véritables, narrow-waisted hymenopterans, ants, bees, true wasps  
                                        SuperfamilyApoidea  – bees, sphecoid wasps, apoid wasps  
                                           FamilyApidae  – euglossine, euglossines, honey bees, stingless bees  
                                                 TribeEucerini  – Long-horned Bees  
                                                       GenusTetraloniella Ashmead, 1900  
                                                          SpeciesTetraloniella duvaucelii (Lepeletier, 1841)  

  Expert: John S. Ascher, PhD  
  Notes: Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore   
  Reference for: Tetraloniella duvaucelii    
  Other Source(s):    
  Source: Discover Life bee species guide and world checklist - Draft-54, website (version Draft-54)  
  Acquired: 2020   
  Notes: Ascher, J. S. and J. Pickering. 01 February, 2020. Discover Life bee species guide and world checklist (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila).   
  Reference for: Tetraloniella duvaucelii   
  Author(s)/Editor(s): Dover, Cedric  
  Publication Date: 1925   
  Article/Chapter Title: Notes on Some Indian Bees in the British Museum   
  Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, series 9, vol. 15, no. 86, article 25   
  Page(s): 219-234   
  Publication Place:    
  Reference for: Tetraloniella duvaucelii   

 Geographic Information
  Geographic Division: Southern Asia  






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