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title: A primitive honey bee from the Middle Miocene deposits of southeastern Yunnan, China (Hymenoptera, Apidae)
author: Engel, Michael S.;  Wang, Bo;  Alqarni, Ahdulaziz S.;  Jia, Lin-Bo;  Su, Tao;  Zhou, Zhe-kun;  Wappler, Torsten
Issued Date: 2018
Abstract: While fossils of honey bees (Apini: Apis Linnaeus) are comparatively abundant in European Oligocene and Miocene deposits, the available material from Asia is scant and represented by only a handful of localities. It is therefore significant to report a new deposit with a fossil honey bee from southern China. Apis (Synapis) dalica Engel & Wappler, sp. n., is described and figured from Middle Miocene sediments of Maguan County, southeastern Yunnan Province, China. This is the first fossil bee from the Cenozoic of southern China, and is distinguished from its close congeners present at the slightly older locality of Shanwang, Shandong in northeastern China. The species can he distinguished on the basis of wing venation differences from other Miocene Apis.
Related URLs: 10.3897/zookeys.775.24909
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Engel, Michael S.,Wang, Bo,Alqarni, Ahdulaziz S.,et al. A Primitive Honey Bee From The Middle Miocene Deposits Of Southeastern Yunnan, China (hymenoptera, Apidae)[J]. Zookeys,2018(775):117-129.

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