<i>Euryglossina</i> (<i>Euryglossina</i>) <i>perpusilla</i> (Hymenoptera: Colletidae: Euryglossinae) nesting in pre-formed cavities in <i>Banksia attenuata</i> (Proteaceae)

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Kit Stasia Prendergast

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This article reports observations of nesting by Euryglossina (Euryglossina) perpusilla Cockerell, 1910 in preformed cavities in a Banksia attenuata tree in an urban bushland remnants.

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Prendergast, K. S. (2018). <i>Euryglossina</i> (<i>Euryglossina</i>) <i>perpusilla</i> (Hymenoptera: Colletidae: Euryglossinae) nesting in pre-formed cavities in <i>Banksia attenuata</i> (Proteaceae). Journal of Melittology, (81), 1–5. https://doi.org/10.17161/jom.v0i81.6936
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