Bush Blitz: The largest Australian nature discovery project finds four new bee species

Four new native bee species were recognized as part of the largest Australian nature discovery project ‘Bush Blitz.’ The South Australian bee specialists used molecular and morphological evidence to prove them as new. Three of them belonged to a group of bees with characteristic narrow heads and long mouth parts — adaptations to the narrow constrictions at the base of the flowers of Emu-bushes (Eremophila). —> Read More

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