Thyreus ceylonicus

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Thyreus ceylonicus
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Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hymenoptera
Family: Apidae
Genus: Thyreus
Species:
T. ceylonicus
Binomial name
Thyreus ceylonicus
(Friese, 1905)
Synonyms
  • Crocisa ceylonicaFriese, 1905
  • Crocisa lilacinaCockerell, 1919
  • Crocisa anguliferaCockerell, 1919
  • Crocisa nitidula ceylonicaFriese, 1905
  • Crocisa nitidula forma andamanensisMeyer, 1921
  • Crocisa nitidula forma bimaculataMeyer, 1921 [1]

Thyreus ceylonicus is a species of bee belonging to the family Apidae in subfamily Apinae. The subspecies are:

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