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Anthidium septemspinosum Lepeletier, 1841
Anthidium septem-spinosum Lepeletier, 1841; Anthidium nigripes Eversmann, 1852; Anthidium nigriceps Smith, 1854; Anthidium japonicum Smith, 1879; Anthidium septemspinosum var flavoguttatum Friese, 1917; Anthidium dinurum Cockerell, 1924

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Subgenus: Anthidium

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A couple on Vicia cracca . Lukovica pri Brezovici, Ljubljansko barje, August 1997.


Anthidium septemspinosum Lepeletier, 1841



Palaearctic species. In central and east Slovenia.

Polylectic species, visiting mainly Lamiaceae and Fabaceae. The cell partitions are made of cottony plant down. I have personally observed it exclusively on Vicia (Fabaceae).

Univoltine. Flies from June to August.


Female on Vicia cracca . Lukovica pri Brezovici, August 1997.


Male on Vicia cracca . Lukovica pri Brezovici, August 1997.


Razširjenost vrste v Sloveniji.

Vrsta je redka in ogrožena.



Andrej Gogala: Bee fauna of Slovenia

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