2019
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-bn-2017-0333
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Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate the diversity of Meliponini and anothers Apiformes (Apidae sensu lato) from a Cerrado fragment and its surrounding. Malaise traps were installed in a pasture near a fragment of Cerrado and its surrounding, from October to December 2010. Samples were collected at seven-day intervals and preserved in Dietrich solution. The apiforms specimens from each sample were separated in morphospecies and sent to identification. The tribe Meliponini was the most abundant in open areas o… Show more

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“…The greatest representativeness of family Apidae regarding number of genera, species and individuals was also recorded by other studies performed in the Cerrado, Amazon Rainforest and in transition regions (Andena et al 2005, Santos et al 2004, Oliveira-Junior et al 2015, Lima & Silvestre 2017, Almeida et al 2019, Ferreira et al 2019). The tribe Meliponini was the most diverse and abundant group in the herein assessed biomes, and these data corroborate results recorded in other studies performed in Cerrado and transition sites (Almeida et al 2019, Santos et al 2004, Santiago et al 2009, Roel et al 2019). The highest abundance of species belonging to genus Trigona recorded in the present study was also observed in Cerrado-Amazon Rainforest transition sites assessed by Santos et al (2004), and in Cerrado areas assessed by D'avila &Marchini, (2008) andGianinni et al (2017).…”
Section: Richness and Abundancesupporting
confidence: 92%
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“…The greatest representativeness of family Apidae regarding number of genera, species and individuals was also recorded by other studies performed in the Cerrado, Amazon Rainforest and in transition regions (Andena et al 2005, Santos et al 2004, Oliveira-Junior et al 2015, Lima & Silvestre 2017, Almeida et al 2019, Ferreira et al 2019). The tribe Meliponini was the most diverse and abundant group in the herein assessed biomes, and these data corroborate results recorded in other studies performed in Cerrado and transition sites (Almeida et al 2019, Santos et al 2004, Santiago et al 2009, Roel et al 2019). The highest abundance of species belonging to genus Trigona recorded in the present study was also observed in Cerrado-Amazon Rainforest transition sites assessed by Santos et al (2004), and in Cerrado areas assessed by D'avila &Marchini, (2008) andGianinni et al (2017).…”
Section: Richness and Abundancesupporting
confidence: 92%
“…There are several studies about bee communities in Cerrado showing a relatively large number of species in this Brazilian biome (Faria & Silveira 2011, Pires et al 2013, Lima & Silvestre 2017, Roel et al 2019). Nevertheless, with respect to Cerrado in Tocantins State, we only find the register of one study about bees' diversity in the state.…”
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confidence: 99%
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