Bee taxa that sonicate flowers for pollen
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Original Table S1 from Cardinal, S., Buchmann, S.L., Russell, A.L. 2018. The evolution of floral sonication, a pollen foraging behavior used by bees (Anthophila). Evolution. doi: 10.1111/evo.13446 When referencing this work, please cite this original paper and this update.
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LAST UPDATED
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June 30th, 2019; 1 new genus (Acamptopoeum)
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March 5th, 2019; 5 new species
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February 12th, 2019, many changes from J. Ascher, 6 new genera (Perditomorpha, Nesocolletes, Anthophorula, Anthoglossa, Augochlorodes, Andinopanurgus) and 2 genera deleted (Pseudaugochloropsis, Paracolletes)
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December 17th, 2018, 1 new species
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September 20th, 2018, 1 new species, 1 new genus (Xenochlora)
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August 27th, 2018, 7 new species
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July 30th, 2018, 3 new species
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July 3rd, 2018; 1 new species
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June 30th, 2018; 1 new species
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May 20th, 2018; updated refs
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May 16th, 2018; 2 new species
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May 3rd, 2018; updated refs
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April 30th, 2018; 1 new species
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April 29th, 2018; 65 new species, 2 new genera added (Braunsapis and Neopasiphae)
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April 26th, 2018; Stenotritus refs updated
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April 21st, 2018
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March 5th, 2018; 2 new species, 1 new genus added (Pachymelus)
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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This table is made possible by the efforts of John Ascher, Jim Cane, Bryan Danforth, Agnes Dellinger, Katja Hogendoorn, Terry Houston, Peter Kwapong, Dino Martins, José Montalva; Jack Neff, Michael Orr, Zach Portman, David Roubik, and Herwig Teppner, who contributed to the master list of sonicating bees and provided field observations of sonicating bee genera not already published. The original work was partially supported by the University of Arizona Graduate and Professional Student Council and the National Science Foundation (IOS-1257762 to A.S. Leonard, S.L. Buchmann, and D.R. Papaj).
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Table S1. List of taxa reported to sonicate flowers. 82 unique genera and approximately 484 unique species represented.
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TaxonReference(s)
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Andrenidae
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Acamptopoeum priniiVieira & Souza Lima 1997
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Alocandrena porteriRozen & Ugarte-Peña 1999
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Andinopanurgus guarnensisGonzalez et al. 2013 (as Protandrena guarnensis)
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AndrenaCane et al. 1985
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Andrena bicolorKnudsen & Olesen 1993 (as A. gwynana)
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Andrena bradleyiSampson 1993; Rogers et al. 2014
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Andrena carliniSampson 1993
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Andrena carolinaSampson 1993
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Andrena forbesiiSampson 1993
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Andrena hilarisNeff & Simpson 1988
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Andrena nivalisSampson 1993
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Andrena rufosignataSampson 1993
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Andrena symphytiTeppner 2011
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Andrena vicinaSampson 1993
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Anthrenoides (Panurginae)Sazima et al. 1993; Freitas & Sazima 2003; Harter et al. 2002
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MeliturgulaDino Martins, pers. comm.
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MesoxaeaBuchmann 1983; 1985
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Notoxaea ferrugineaBuchmann 1983; 1985 (as Notoxaea, the genus is monotypic)
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OxaeaBuchmann 1983; 1985; Nogueira et al. 2018
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Oxaea flavescensRenner 1986; Gottsberger & Silberbauer-Gottsberger 1988; Carvalho & Oliveira 2003; Fracasso & Sazima 2004; Deprá et al. 2014; Santos et al. 2014; Vinicíus-Silva et al. 2017; Silva-Neto et al. 2017; Tavares et al. 2018; Mesquita-Neto et al. 2018
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ParapsaenythiaNeff & Simpson 1988
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Protandrena mexicanorumLinsley & Cazier 1963 (as Psaenythia mexicanorum); Buchmann 1983; Cane & Buchmann 1989; De Luca et al. 2019
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ProtoxaeaBuchmann 1983; 1985; Arceo-Goméz et al. 2011
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Protoxaea gloriosaLinsley & Cazier 1963; De Luca et al. 2019
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PsaenythiaBowers 1975
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Psaenythia bergiiGottsberger & Silberbauer-Gottsberger 1988; Harter et al. 2002
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Psaenythia pictaSchrottky 1908
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Apidae
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AmegillaBuchmann 1983; Dukas & Dafni 1990
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Amegilla (Asarapoda)Leijs/Hogendoorn via K. Hogendoorn pers. comm.
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Amegilla (Notomegilla)T. Houston via K. Hogendoorn pers. comm.
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Amegilla (Zonamegilla)Duncan et al. 2004
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Amegilla aeruginosaAnderson & Symon 1988; T. Houston via K. Hogendoorn pers. comm.
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Amegilla anomalaGross 1993; Gross & Mackay 1998; Gross & Kukuk 2001
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Amegilla antimenaRubin 2015
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Amegilla chlorocyaneaT. Houston via K. Hogendoorn pers. comm.
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Amegilla cingulataQuakenbush 2018
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Amegilla comberiKarunaratne et al. 2005; Wanigasekara & Karunaratne 2012; Shanika et al. 2017
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Amegilla fallaxGoldblatt et al. 2000
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Amegilla cf. malaccensisGao et al. 2006 (species identification requires verification as we are not aware of properly documented Chinese occurrences)
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Amegilla murrayensisSwitzer et al. 2015
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Amegilla pulchraAnderson & Symon 1988; Keighery 1991; Gross 1993; Bell et al. 2006 (as Amegilla holmesii; see https://zookeys.pensoft.net/article/11177/); Holstein & Goschling 2018
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Amegilla quadrifasciataAnderson et al. 2015
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Amegilla zonataMichener 1962; Luo et al. 2008
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AnthophoraBuchmann 1983; Bowers 1975
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Anthophora alluaudiDupont & Oleson 2006
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Anthophora furcataMüller 1996
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Anthophora pauperatanomen dubium (J. Ascher pers. comm.)
Stone et al. 1999
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Anthophora plumipesKnuth 1996; Teppner 1996 (as A. acervorum); Teppner et al. 2016
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Anthophora quadrimaculataMüller 1996
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Anthophora tarsalisDukas & Dafni 1990
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Anthophora terminalisDe Luca et al. 2019
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Anthophora urbanaBuchmann et al. 1978
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Anthophora villosulaBatra 1994 (as A. pilipes villosula; note: until recently this was considered conspecific with A. plumipes; see https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10592-017-0952-8)
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Anthophorula micheneriJack Neff, pers. comm.
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Braunsapis simillimaT. Houston via K. Hogendoorn pers. comm.
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Bombus affinisMacior 1964; Larson & Barrett 1999
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Bombus argillaceusTeppner 1996
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Bombus auricomusBowers 1975 (as Bombus nevadensis auricomus)
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Bombus beaticolaKawai & Kudo 2009
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Bombus bifariusMacior 1968; Gottsberger & Silberbauer-Gottsberger 1988; Harder 1990; Harder & Barclay 1994; De Luca et al. 2019
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Bombus bimaculatusMacior 1964; Larson & Barrett 1999
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Bombus bohemicusKnudsen & Olesen 1993
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Bombus brevivillusGottsberger & Silberbauer-Gottsberger 1988; Bezerra & Machado 2003; Oliveira-Rebouças & Gimenes 2004; Lima Nadia & Machado 2005; Costa et al. 2007; Torres et al. 2007; Burkart et al. 2011; Oliveira-Rebouças & Gimenes 2011; Mesquita-Neto et al. 2018
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Bombus californicusBuchmann et al. 1978
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Bombus centralisMacior 1968
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Bombus dahlbomiiJ. Montalva pers. comm.
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Bombus diversusPellmyr 1988; Wang et al. 1995
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Bombus ephippiatusBernhardt & Montalvo 1979; Wesselingh et al. 2000
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Bombus festivusCorbet & Huang 2014
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Bombus flavifronsMacior 1968; Laverty 1980; Harder 1990; De Luca et al. 2019
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