Sphecodes gibbus ( Linnaeus, 1758 )

Astafurova, Yulia & Proshchalykin, Maxim, 2020, New and little-known bees of the genus Sphecodes Latreille, 1804 (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Halictidae) from the Himalayas, European Journal of Taxonomy 729, pp. 74-120: 92-93

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2020.729.1195

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5705451

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scientific name

Sphecodes gibbus ( Linnaeus, 1758 )
status

 

Sphecodes gibbus ( Linnaeus, 1758)  

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Sphex gibba Linnaeus, 1758: 571   View Cited Treatment , ♀ (type locality: Sweden). Apis glabra Füessly, 1775: 51   , ♀ (type locality: Switzerland). Andrena ferruginea Olivier, 1789: 139   , nom. nov. for Nomada gibba Fabricius, 1775   (nom. praeocc.,

nec Linnaeus, 1758). Apis gibbosa Christ, 1791: 177   , nom. nov. for Nomada gibba Fabricius, 1775   (nom. praeocc., nec

Linnaeus, 1758). Melitta sphecoides Kirby, 1802: 46   , ♀ (type locality: England). Melitta picea Kirby, 1802: 48   , ♂ (type locality: England). Andrena austriaca Fabricius, 1804: 325   , ♀ (type locality: Denmark) (nom. praeocc., nec Panzer, 1798). Dichroa analis Illiger, 1806: 48   , nomen novum for Nomada gibba Fabricius, 1775   (nom. praeocc., nec

Linnaeus, 1758). Sphecodes apicatus Smith, 1853: 36   , ♀ (syntypes: ♀, India, Simla; NHMUK). Synonymized by

Blüthgen 1927: 27. Sphecodes nigripennis Morawitz, 1876: 257   , ♀ (type locality: Kazakhstan). Sphecodes indicus Bingham, 1898: 123   , pl. a, fig. 10, ♂. Syn. nov. Sphecodes sutor Nurse, 1903: 538   , ♀ (syntypes: ♀♀, India, Jammu and Kashmir; NHMUK).

Synonymized by Blüthgen 1927: 27. Sphecodes gibbus var. rufispinosus Meyer, 1920: 113   , ♀ (type locality: Spain). Sphecodes gibbus var. turkestanicus Meyer, 1920: 113   , ♀, ♂ (type locality: Uzbekistan, “Golodnaja

Steppe”; China: Jarkand, Xinjiang). Sphecodes castilianus Blüthgen, 1924: 473   , ♀ (type locality: Portugal). Sphecodes lustrans Cockerell, 1931b: 411   , ♂ (type locality: Morocco). Sphecodes angarensis Cockerell, 1937: 3–4   , ♀ (type locality: Russia, Irkutsk Prov.). Sphecodes pergibbus Blüthgen, 1938: 50   , ♀, ♂ (type locality: Cyprus).

Sphecodes indicus   – Saini & Rathor 2012: 162. — Rajkumar & Dey 2016: 1841.

Sphecodes gibbus   – Ascher & Pickering 2020: map.

Diagnosis and descriptive notes

See Astafurova et al. (2018a: 17).

Material examined

INDIA • 1 ♂, holotype of Sphecodes indicus Bingham, 1898   ; “Type // Simla, 5. 97. // Sphecodes indicus (Bingh)   // B.M.Type HYM 17a560”; NHMUK 013380329 View Materials   1 ♀; Simla ; May 1898; C.G. Nurse leg.; NHMUK 013380335 View Materials   .

Distribution

Himalayas: India (Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh); North Africa, Europe (north to 63° latitude), Russia (east to Yakutia), Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Caucasus, Kazakhstan, Central Asia, Iran, Mongolia, China (Xinjiang).

Remarks

The record of S. indicus   from Mussoorie (Uttarakhand, India) by Saini & Rathor (2012: 162) is doubtful.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hymenoptera

Family

Halictidae

Genus

Sphecodes

Loc

Sphecodes gibbus ( Linnaeus, 1758 )

Astafurova, Yulia & Proshchalykin, Maxim 2020
2020
Loc

Sphecodes indicus

Rajkumar M. B. & Dey D. 2016: 1841
Saini M. S. & Rathor V. S. 2012: 162
2012
Loc

Sphex gibba

Olivier A. G. 1789: 139
Fuessly J. C. 1775: 51
Linnaeus C. 1758: 571
1758