Fig 2- - uploaded by Bogdan Tomozii
Content may be subject to copyright.
The right wing of Lasioglossum anellum-1 st , 2 nd and 3 rd submarginal crossvein-with typical nervation of the subgenus Evylaeus.

The right wing of Lasioglossum anellum-1 st , 2 nd and 3 rd submarginal crossvein-with typical nervation of the subgenus Evylaeus.

Source publication
Article
Full-text available
In this paper we present a new record of a rare sweat bee species Lasioglossum anellum in Romania, at more than half of a century from its first mention. The specimen was collected from Stânca Ștefănești nature reserve and is among one of the northernmost records of this bee in Europe. We describe the collection site and provide an updated distribu...

Contexts in source publication

Context 1
... Evylaeus differ from Lasioglossum sensu stricto by the second submarginal crossvein, which is weaker than first, not always so weak as third or as second recurrent vein (usually much visible at females) (Fig. ...
Context 2
... brownish with yellowish brown tarsa. Inner metatibial spur yellow, pectinate, with one long process at base, one shorter in the middle and a 3rd small subapical process (Fig.12). ...
Context 3
... veins yellowish-brown, stigma yellowish (Fig. 2). (Blűthgen, 1931), circle sign -records outside ...

Similar publications

Article
Full-text available
Detailed anatomical studies of the human skin using optical coherence tomography (OCT) have revealed that the morphological structure of our eccrine sweat ducts is remarkably helical. These findings have raised the hypothesis that human sweat ducts can be the biological equivalent of helical antennas and hence resemble their electromagnetic (EM) be...
Article
Full-text available
This study investigated the relationship between high (85%) and low (19%) relative humidity (RH) and sweat rate during inactive recovery after high-intensity work in a hot environment (30 °C). Ten male subjects performed two 20-minute run trials at 68 ± 4 % of maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) followed by 36 minutes of inactive recovery in standi...