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Figure 1. A. Mitotic chromosome number of Siculosciadium nebrodense. Part 1. Somatic metaphase plate. Part 2. Karyotype (2 n = 22). Root tip preparations from the 24 July 2002 collection, S. Brullo, G. Giusso del Galdo & S. Sciandrello s.n. (CAT). B. Leaf variability of S. nebrodense. Part 1. Living material from Madonie (Sicily). Part 2. Petiole cross section of S. nebrodense. Part 3. Petiole cross section of Ormosolenia alpina. C. Vegetative stages of S. nebrodense (all living material taken from Madonie, Sicily). Part 1. Seedlings. Part 2. Juvenile plant. Part 3. Adult sterile plant.

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Figure 2. A. Mericarp variability in Siculosciadium and Ormosolenia. Part 1. Mericarp, dorsal view, S. nebrodense (30

Sep. 2009, Brullo et al. s.n., CAT). Part 2. Mericarp, commissural view, S. nebrodense (30 Sep. 2009, Brullo et al. s.n., CAT). Part 3. Mericarp, dorsal view, 0. alpina (1 Sep. 2006, Brullo & Giusso 2061 CAT). Part 4. Mericarp, commissural view (1 Sep. 2006, Brullo & Giusso 2061, CAT). Part 5. Mericarp, dorsal view O. pisidica (20 June 1998, Brullo & Pavone s.n., CAT). Part 6. Mericarp, commissural view (20 June 1998, Brullo & Pavone s.n., CAT). B. Mericarp cross sections of S. nebrodense (all living material from Madonie, Sicily). Part 1. Mericarp, lateral view. Part 2. Mericarp, dorsal central view. Part 3. Mericarp, commissural central view. C. Mericarp cross sections of Siculosciadium and Ormosolenia. Part 1. Mericarp, S. nebrodense (30 Sep. 2009, Brullo et al. s.n., CAT). Part 2. Mericarp, 0. alpina (1 Sep. 2006, Brullo & Giusso 2061, CAT). Part 3. Mericarp, 0. pisidica (20 June 1998, Brullo & Pavone s.n., CAT).

accept upon the basis of these characters, several of which were not included in the phenetic analysis. These differences chiefly concern their ontogenetic cycle, life form, leaf shape, and petiole and fruit anatomy (Table 2). The genus Ormosolenia is characterized by a nonsuffruticose rootstock and

basal leaves that are deciduous, reniform to ovate in outline, entire to 1 -pinnate, and with up to one pair of leaflets. Its cauline leaves are usually absent. The petiole has five secretory ducts between the collenchyma and vascular bundles, the petals are yellowish green, the mericarps have three to six

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Ormosolenia alpina

Ormosolenia pisidica

Peucedanum nebrodense i Dichorapetalum carvifolia

""l Dichorapetalum schottii

Dichorapetalum pschawicum

Dichorapetalum oligophyilum

Dichorapetalum munbyi

Dichorapetalum achaicum

Dichorapetalum graminifolium

Dichorapetalum isauricum

Dichorapetalum alpinum

Dichorapetalum depauperatum

Dichorapetalum junceum

Dichorapetalum aureum

Dichorapetalum seseloides

Dichorapetalum chryseum

Dichorapetalum vittij ugum

Dichorapetalum minutifolium

Dichorapetalum palimbioides

Dichorapetalum iavrentiadis

Dichorapetalum stridii

Dichorapetalum aromaticum

Dichorapetalum paucijugum

Dichorapetalum golestanicum

Dichorapetalum ramosissimum

Dichorapetalum platycarpum

Dichorapetalum scoparium Johrenia dichotoma

Johrenia selinoides Johrenia polyscias

Johrenia tortuosa —Johrenia distans

Zeravschania stricticaulis Zeravschania aucheri —Zeravschania regeliana —Zeravschania ferulifolia —Zeravschania scabrifolia

I Zeravschania membranacea

' Zeravschania pau ciradiata Zeravschania knappii 0.97

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Dichoropetalum aromaticum Dichoropetalum paucijugum Dichoropetalum golestanicum Dichoropetalum scoparium Dichoropetalum seseloides Dichoropetalum carvifolia Dichoropetalum pschawicum Dichoropetalum schottii Dichoropetalum achaicum Peucedanum nebrodense Ormosolenia alpina Ormosolenia pisidica Aethusa cynapium

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Figure 3. A. UPGMA phenogram showing the morphological relationships among the genera Ormosolenia ,

Dichoropetalum, Johrenia, Zeravschania, and Siculosciadium. B. Strict consensus tree of ten 129-step trees resulting from maximum parsimony analysis of 17 parsimony informative morphological characters and DNA sequence data from the nrDNA ITS region. The numbers above the branches are bootstrap values.

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Figure 4. Siculosciadium nebrodense. A. Flowering plant habit. B. Inflorescence. C. Fructified umbel. D. Male flower. E. Flermaphrodite flower. F. Two petals, internal view. G. Pistil. Living material taken from Madonie, Sicily, and drawn from the collection, 9 Sep. 2001, S. Brullo , G. Giusso & S. Sciandrello s.n. (CAT).

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Figure 1. Two female Homalictus risbeci (Cockerell, 1929) (the two small bees) and a female Austronomia sicheli (Vachal, 1897) (the large bee) visiting the flowers of Dracophyllum verticillatum Labill (Ericaceae), Col d’Arama, New Caledonia, 29 July 2005. Photograph by J. Munzinger.

the true status of many species may be uncertain (Groom & Schwarz, 2011).

Methods

Bees from New Caledonia from all known collec- tions worldwide were borrowed, and flower data were recorded from labels attached to the pins. In addition, bees were collected with insect nets from flowers on Grande Terre during December 1979 and April to May 1981, and Grande Terre and He des Pins during October 1980 by B. J. Donovan and G. McPherson; on Grande Terre during January and May 1999, March to April 2001, November to December 2001, November to December 2002, and January 2004 by J. Munzinger; on Grande Terre during November to December 2000 by B. J. Donovan, H. Fortune, and J. Bradford; and Grande Terre and Lifou during July to August 2003 by B. J. Donovan. Since April 2004 to September 2008, bees have been collected at various times of year throughout New Caledonia by J. Munzinger (Fig. 1). The identity of flowers from which bees were collected was recorded on site, or if the flower could not be identified, specimens were taken for later study and identification; these vouchers were deposited in the herbaria of MO and NOU.

Bees were examined microscopically and where possible were identified to species, or if identification was not possible, numbered as separate taxa. The names of species of bees are as in Michener (2007), with the exception of the insect genus Lipotriches Gerstaecker, which is now referred to as Austronomia Michener. In Tables 1 and 3, the families, genera, and species of bees are ordered as in Michener (2007). As revisions of groups of bees are published (Donovan, in prep.; Pauly, in prep.), references in those works will be made to the species that are numbered in this study. For all species of bees, holotypes were examined wherever possible, and for species of bees named from areas beyond New Caledonia, voucher specimens were examined from New Caledonia. Data for voucher specimens are presented after the holotype data. Female bees were examined microscopically for evidence of pollen in scopae. When pollen is abundant the bee has obviously been collecting pollen for a while, but if a bee has just begun collecting pollen, very little may be evident. If scopae held very little pollen and it was no more abundant than on other parts of the bee, the bee was not considered to have been collecting pollen. However, if the pollen in scopae was at least partly clumped, the bee was considered to have been

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Bee collection data

Plant species

Plant voucher information

$ 3

Myodocarpus fraxinifolius Brongn. & Gris Peripterygia marginata (Baill.) Loes.

S 1/2

? 1/1

-

-

-

Cocos nucifera L.

$ 2/3

S 2/5

Elaeocarpus angustifolius Blume

-

S 1/1

Hernandia nymphaeifolia (C. Pres.)

-

S 5/5

Kubitzki

Hernandia ovigera L.

-

S 1/5

Mangifera indica L.

-

S 1/3

Schinus terebinthifolia Raddi

-

6 3/10

Terminalia catappa L.

-

<J 1/2

Codia albifrons (Brongn. ex Schinz &

$ 1/2

_

Guillaumin) Vieill. ex Guillaumin

Hibbertia heterotricha Bureau ex

$ 1/1

-

Guillaumin

Hibbertia pulchella (Brongn. & Gris)

$ 1/1

-

Schltr.

Hibbertia Andrews sp. indet.

$ 1/5

-

Syzygium quadrangulare Guillaumin

$ 1/5

-

Litchi chinensis Sonn.

$ 1/1

6 1/1

Polyscias J. R. Forst. & G. Forst. sp. indet.

$ 1/1 p

S 1/1

Blumea lacera (Burm. f.) DC.

$ 1/1

-

Geissois Fabill. sp. indet.

-

S 1/1

Pancheria billardierei (D. Don) Pamp.

G. McPherson 3339, MO

$ 1/1 p

-

Hibbertia deplancheana Bureau ex

Guillaumin

$ 4/4 (2/2 p)

-

Hibbertia lucens Brong. & Gris, ex Sebert & Pancher

Hibbertia podocarpifolia Schltr.

Hibbertia pulchella

Hibbertia tontoutensis Guillaumin

Hibbertia sp. indet.

(1 $ p) G. McPherson 3272, MO; (3 $ p)

J. Munzinger 2527, NOU

$ 4/4 p

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Plant species

Plant voucher information

Bee collection data

$ 6

Styphelia Sm. sp. indet., cf. S. cymbulae

$ 1/1

-

(Labill.) Spreng.

sp. indet.

9 l/l

8 1/4

Acacia spirorbis Labill.

$ 4/13 (4/8 p)

<$ i/i

Scaevola beckii Zahlbr.

$ 2/2 p

_

Scaevola montana Labill.

(2 9 [1 9 p]) G. McPherson 2966 , MO;

$ 9/18 (7/11 p)

3 1/1

Scaevola L. sp. indet.

(3 $ [2 $ p]) G. McPherson 3254 , MO;

(5 2 p) G. McPherson 3260, MO;

(3 $ [1 $ p]) G. McPherson 3281, MO;

(1 2 p ) G. McPherson 3779, MO /. Munzinger 864, NOU; /. Munzinger

2 4/4 (1/1 p)

Geniostoma densiflora Baill.

1382, NOU; (2 2) /. Munzinger 2958,

NOU

G. McPherson 3282, MO

9 l/l

Acridocarpus austrocaledonicus Baill.

/. C. Bradford 1053, MO

9 1/1 p

-

Melaleuca quinquenervia (Cav.) S. T.

9 2/5 p

-

Blake

Metrosideros operculata Labill. var.

G. McPherson 3786, MO

9 l/l

-

operculata

Sannantha leratii (Schltr.) Peter G. Wilson

2 4/11 (1/2 p)

-

[= Babingtonia leratii (Schltr.) A. R.

Bean]

Sannantha virgata (J. R. Lorst. & G.

/. Munzinger 2652, NOU

9 l/l

-

Lorst.) Peter G. Wilson [= Babingtonia virgata (J. R. Lorst. & G. Lorst.) L.

Muell.]

Xanthostemon L. Muell. sp. indet.

-

3 1/1

Ludwigia octovalvis (Jacq.) P. H. Raven

(2 $ p) G. McPherson 3785, MO

2 2/3 (1/2 p)

-

subsp. octovalvis

Eriaxis rigida Rchb. f.

2 1/1

-

Stenocarpus phyllodineus S. Moore

G. McPherson 331 7, MO

9 l/l P

-

Normandia neocaledonica Hook. f.

2 1/1

-

Leptostylis petiolata Vink

-

3 1/1

Cor chorus L. sp. indet.

2 1/1

-

Agatea longipedicellata (Baker f.)

/. Munzinger 320, NOU

9 l/l (l/l p)

-

Guillaumin & Thorne

Achyranthes aspera L.

G. McPherson 3246, MO

9 l/l

-

Schinus terebinthifolia

-

3 1/1

Bidens pilosa L.

9 l/l

3 1/1

Conyza Less. sp. indet., cf. C. bonariensis

2 1/1

-

(L.) Cronquist

Calendula L. sp. indet.

9 1/1 p

-

Emilia sonchifolia (L.) DC.

(2 9 [1 9 p]) G. McPherson 3267 A, MO

9 3/4 (1/1 p)

-

Tridax procumbens L.

2 3/13 (2/12 p)

-

Tridax L. sp. indet.

9 1/11 (1/6 p)

3 1/2

Youngia japonica (L.) DC.

2 1/1

-

Lepidium virginicum L.

2 1/1

-

Euphorbia hypericifolia L.

2 4/4 (3/4 p)

8 5/5

Euphorbia lophogona Lam.

9 l/l P

-

Crotalaria L. sp. indet.

/. Munzinger 445, NOU

9 l/l

-

Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit

(19 $ [15 $ p]) G. McPherson 3237, MO

2 4/30 (4/24 p)

-

Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright

(5 $ p) G. McPherson 3776, MO

9 2/6 p

-

Sida acuta Burm. f.

9 1/5 (1/4 p)

3 1/3

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Bee collection data

Plant species

Plant voucher information

$

3

Sida rhombifolia L.

$ 111

-

Bougainvillea Comm, ex Juss. sp. indet.

-

3 1/1

Argemone mexicana L.

G. McPherson 3255 , MO

9 2/16 (2/9 p)

-

Solanum lycopersicum L.

J. Munzinger 609 , NOU

$ 2/2 (1/1 p)

-

Solanum torvum Sw.

9 1/9 (1/6 p)

-

Solanum L. sp. indet.

9 1/1

-

Duranta repens L.

9 l/l

3 1/1

Stachytarpheta indica (L.) Vahl

$ 1/1

S 1/8

Verbena L. sp. indet.

9 1/11 (1/7 p)

3 1/1

Tribulus cistoides L.

$ 9/15 (6/12 p)

3 1/1

Meryta J. R. Forst. & G. Forst. sp. indet.

9 l/l

-

Cocos nucifera

$ 2/2

-

Schinus terebinthifolia

$ 2/3 (2/2 p)

S 2/12

Poinsettia Graham sp. indet.

$ 3/3

3 1/1

Verbena sp. indet.

9 l/l

-

Polyscias sessiliflora Marais subsp. indet.

-

3 1/1

Polyscias sp. indet.

$ 2/6 (2/5 p)

S 2/9

genus and sp. indet.

-

3 1/1

Blumea lacera

9 l/l

-

Geissois sp. indet.

-

3 1/1

Pancheria alaternoides Brongn. & Gris

/. Munzinger 2818 , NOU

$ 1/1

-

Pancheria billardierei

$ 1/1

-

Pancheria phylliraeoides Brongn. & Gris

G. McPherson 3339, MO

$ 1/6 p

-

ex Guillaumin

Pancheria Brongn. & Gris sp. indet.

-

3 1/1

Hibbertia lucens

(2 9) G. McPherson 3272, MO; (1 9) J.

$ 2/3 p

-

Munzinger 959, NOU

Hibbertia pancheri (Brongn. & Gris) Briq.

$ 1/1

-

Hibbertia sp. indet.

$ 1/1

-

Dracophyllum verticillatum Fabill.

J. Munzinger 2957, NOU

$ 0/2

3 4/4

Acacia spirorbis

$ 1/2 p

-

Scaevola beckii

$ 1/1

_

Scaevola cylindrica Schltr. & K. Krause

-

3 1/2

Scaevola montana

(1 5 ) G. McPherson 3260; (1 $ , 1 S ) G.

$ 1/1

3 3/3

McPherson 3779, MO

Scaevola sp. indet.

$ 1/1

-

Cordyline Comm, ex R. Br. sp. indet.

-

3 2/2

Rhuacophila javanica Blume

J. Munzinger 3046, NOU

$ 1/1

-

Hugonia penicillanthemum Baill. ex

G. McPherson 3270, MO

9 l/l p

-

Pancher & Sebert

Tristellateia australasiae A. Rich.

9 l/l p

-

Melochia odorata F. f.

G. McPherson 3267, MO

$ 2/5 (1/2 p)

6 2/3

Melastoma malabathricum F. subsp.

$ 4/4

3 1/1

malabathricum

Cloezia floribunda Brongn. & Gris

-

S 2/2

Melaleuca quinquenervia

$ 4/11 (3/10 p)

S 3/36

Metrosideros operculata

G. McPherson 3786, MO

9 1/3 p

-

Sannantha leratii

9 3/3 (1/1 p)

S 13/24

Syzygium P. Browne ex Gaertn. sp. indet.

9 1/2 (1/1 p)

3 1/1

Tristaniopsis calobuxus Brongn. & Gris

9 1/1 p

3 1/1

Ludwigia octovalvis subsp. octovalvis

G. McPherson 3785, MO

$ 2/2

3 1/1

Grevillea R. Br. ex Knight sp. indet.

-

3 1/1

Stenocarpus phyllodineus

G. McPherson 3317, MO

9 1/2

3 1/1

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Plant species

Plant voucher information

Bee collection data

$ 3

Rhizophora apiculata Blume

J. Munzinger 2959 , NOU

2 1/1

-

Normandia neocaledonica

9 1/1 p

-

Cupaniopsis myrmoctona Radik.

J. Munzinger 4219 , NOU

9 l/l P

-

Guioa villosa Radik.

$ 2/3 p

-

Suriana maritima L.

G. McPherson 3245, MO

9 l/l

-

Cosmos sulphureus Cav.

$ 1/1

-

Brassica L. sp. indet.

9 2/4 (1/2 p)

-

Cassia fistula L.

9 1/1 P

-

Leucaena leucocephala

$ 7/21 (7/20 p)

-

Mimosa diplotricha

G. McPherson 3776, MO

9 1/1 p

_

Crotalaria L. sp. indet.

9 1/1

-

Lagerstroemia indica L.

$ 1/1

-

Citrus L. sp. indet.

9 1/8 p

-

Stachytarpheta Vahl sp. indet.

$ 1/1

-

Pancheria robusta Guillaumin

G. McPherson 3277D, MO

9 2/4 p

-

Hibbertia lucens

J. Munzinger 959, NOU

$ 2/2 (1/2 p)

-

Hibbertia trachyphylla Schltr.

-

6 1/3

Dracophyllum involucratum Brongn. &

9 1/1 p

-

Gris

Scaevola beckii

9 1/1 p

-

Geniostoma densiflorum

G. McPherson 3268, MO

9 1/1 p

-

Metrosideros operculata var. francii J. W.

9 l/l

-

Dawson

Metrosideros punctata J. W. Dawson

9 l/l p

-

Normandia neocaledonica

9 1/1 p

-

Psychotria rupicola (Baill.) Schltr.

G. McPherson 3277 A, MO

9 1/3 p

-

Zanthoxylum L. sp. indet.

J. Munzinger 2567, NOU

-

3 1/1

sp. indet.

9 l/l

-

Cocos nucifera

9 1/3 p

-

Heliotropium foertherianum Diane &

9 1/1

-

Hilger

Sannantha leratii

-

3 1/1

Polyscias sessiliflora subsp. indet.

9 1/1 p

-

Polyscias sp. indet.

9 1/5 p

-

Myodocarpus Brongn. & Gris sp. indet.

P. Lowry 6509, MO

9 l/l

-

Alphitonia neocaledonica (Schltr.)

/. Munzinger 2006, NOU

$ 4/4

-

Guillaumin

Guioa villosa

9 1/1 p

-

Ageratum L. sp. indet.

9 1/1 p

-

Litchi chinensis

9 2/3

-

Polyscias sessiliflora subsp. indet.

9 1/4 p

-

Schefflera vieillardii Baill.

9 1/1

-

Cyphokentia cerifera (H. E. Moore)

9 1/1

-

Pintaud & W. J. Baker

Cunonia balansae Brongn. & Gris

/. Munzinger 2520, NOU

9 l/l

-

Geissois racemosa Labill.

/. Munzinger 2680, NOU

9 l/l

-

Metrosideros Banks ex Gaertn. sp. indet.

9 1/6 p

-

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Plant species

Plant voucher information

Bee collection data

$ 6

Polyscias dioica (Vieill. ex Pancher & Sebert) Harms Cyphokentia cerifera Geissois racemosa Hibbertia lucens

Dracophyllum ramosum Pancher ex Brongn. & Gris

Melastoma malabathricum subsp. malabathricum

Myrtastrum rufopunctatum (Pancher ex Brongn. & Gris) Burret Phelline lucida Vieill. ex Baill.

Litchi chinensis Lantana L. sp. indet Polyscias dioica

Polyscias sessiliflora subsp. indet. Polyscias sp. indet.

Pancheria sebertii Guillaumin Hibbertia nana Daniker Elaeocarpus dognyensis Guillaumin Elaeocarpus speciosus Brongn. & Gris. Styphelia cf. cymbulae Spreng. Scaevola beckii Syzygium quadrangulare Cupaniopsis oedipoda Radik. Cupaniopsis Radik, sp. indet.

Guioa villosa Ageratum conyzoides L.

Leucaena leucocephala

J. Munzinger 1732, NOU

/. Munzinger 2680, NOU (1 2) /. Munzinger 959, NOU J. Munzinger 2043, NOU

/. Munzinger 2502, NOU

/. Munzinger 1732, NOU

/. Munzinger 3058, NOU /. Munzinger 2495, NOU

G. McPherson 3227, MO G. McPherson 2744, MO G. McPherson 3238, MO

G. McPherson 3237, MO

$ 3/3

$ 2/2 $ 4/4 $ 2/2

6 1/1

$ 13/13 (1/14 p)

$ 1/1

$ 2/2 $ 1/1 p

$ 1/3 $ 1/1 $ 1/2 p

$ 3/12 (3/11 p)

$ 1/1 $ 1/1 $ 1/1 $ 2/2 $ 1/1

$ 2/3 (1/1 p)

$ 1/2 p $ 1/1 p $ 1/2 p $ 1/1 p

$ 4/19 p

$ 1/1 p

Litchi chinensis Blumea lacera Elaeocarpus angustifolius Agatea longipedicellata Sida acuta

Antigonon leptopus Hook. & Am. Polygonum L. sp. indet.

Solanum torvum Parsonsia R. Br. sp. indet. Polyscias dioica Hibbertia nana Dracophyllum involucratum Rhuacophila javanica Phelline lucida

J. Munzinger 396, NOU

/. Munzinger 4051, NOU J. Munzinger 1732, NOU J. Munzinger 1649, NOU F. Tronchet 609, NOU Th. Le Borgne 39, NOU J. Munzinger 2502, NOU

$ 3/9 (1/3 p)

$ 1/2 (1/1 p)

$ 1/1

$ 1/22 (1/20 p) $ 2/2 $ 1/1

$ 1/4 (1/3 p)

$ 2/2 $ 2/2 $ 3/3 $ 3/3 $ 1/1

6 1/1

51/1

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Plant species

Plant voucher information

Bee collection data

$ 3

Melastoma malabathricum subsp.

9 l/l

3 1/1

malabathricum

Styphelia cf. cymbulae

/. Munzinger 2495 , NOU

9 l/l

-

Myoporum crassifolium G. Forst.

91/1

-

Parsonsia crebriflora Baill.

/. Munzinger 1733 , NOU

9 6/6

Polyscias sessiliflora subsp. indet.

$ 1/5 p

-

Polyscias sp. indet.

9 1/5 (1/3 p)

-

sp. indet. 1

9 1/2

-

Peripterygia marginata

G. McPherson 3284, MO

9 1/1

-

Lumnitzera racemosa Willd.

J. Munzinger 2668, NOU

-

3 2/2

sp. indet. 1

9 2/3 p

-

Codia discolor (Brongn. & Gris)

J. Munzinger 2651, NOU

9 2/2 p

-

Guillaumin

Hibbertia bouletii Veillon

?1/1

?1/1

Hibbertia lucens

(4 $ p) G. McPherson 3272, MO; (4 9) /.

9 6/9 (6/6 p)

-

Hibbertia pancheri

Munzinger 959; (1 9) J. Munzinger

2527, NOU

9 1/1

Hibbertia pulchella

9 2/2

-

Hibbertia sp. indet.

(2 $ p) /. C. Bradford 1116, MO

9 3/9 (3/7 p)

-

Dracophyllum verticillatum

9 0/1

-

Styphelia pancheri (Brongn. & Gris) F.

J. Munzinger 395, NOU

9 1/1

-

Muell.

Styphelia cf. cymbulae

/. Munzinger 2495, NOU

9 2/2

-

Argophyllum montanum Schltr.

G. McPherson 3269, MO

9 1/1 p

-

Cassia fistula

9 1/3 p

-

Cassia F. sp. indet.

9 3/4 (3/3 p)

-

Storckiella pancheri Baill.

9 1/1 p

-

Storckiella Seem. sp. indet.

9 2/4 (2/3 p)

-

Acacia spirorbis

9 2/2 p

3 1/1

Scaevola beckii

9 2/3 (1/1 p)

_

Scaevola cylindrica

(1$, 13 ) G. McPherson 2300, MO

9 2/2

3 2/3

Scaevola erosa Guillaumin ex I. H. Mull.

9 l/l

-

Scaevola montana

(1 9) G. McPherson 3260, MO; (9 9) G.

9 5/12

3 2/2

Joinvillea Gaudich. ex Brongn. & Gris sp.

McPherson 3281, MO; (1 3) G.

McPherson 3779, MO; (1 9) J.

Munzinger 4725, NOU

9 1/2 p

indet.

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Plant species

Plant voucher information

Bee collection data

$ 3

Geniostoma densiflorum

G. McPherson 3282 , MO

9 1/3

-

Tristellateia australasiae

9 1/1

-

Melastoma denticulatum Labill.

9 2/5 (1/3 p)

-

Melastoma malabathricum subsp.

9 4/5 (1/2 p)

-

malabathricum

Myodocarpus fraxinifolius

Tapeinosperma oblongifolium Mez

/. Munzinger 1954 , NOU

9 2/1 (2/2 p)

3 1/3

Cloezia artensis (Montrouz.) P. S. Green

(3 9,4 6) G. McPherson 3258, MO

9 1/3

3 3/5

Cloezia Brongn. & Gris sp. indet.

9 1/4

3 1/1

Melaleuca gnidioides Brongn. & Gris

9 1/2 p

-

Melaleuca quinquenervia

9 3/4 (2/3 p)

3 3/8

Myrtastrum rufopunctatum

9 1/1

-

Myrtus L. sp. indet.

-

8 1/73

Sannantha leratii

9 9/14

8 3/17

Sannantha Peter G. Wilson sp. indet.

/. Munzinger 456, NOU

-

8 1/1

Syzygium lateriflorum Brongn. & Gris

9 3/12 (1/3 p)

8 1/1

Syzygium quadrangulare

9 1/2 (1/1 p)

-

Tristaniopsis calobuxus

9 2/5

8 3/10

Tristaniopsis glauca Brongn. & Gris

9 l/l

-

Tristaniopsis vieillardii Brongn. & Gris

J. Munzinger 4679, NOU

9 1/1

-

Uromyrtus emarginata (Panch. ex Brongn.

/. Munzinger 394, NOU

9 l/l

-

& Gris) Burret

sp. indet. 1

9 l/l p

-

sp. indet. 2

/. C . Bradford 1115, MO

9 1/2 p

-

Grevillea exul Lindl.

G. McPherson 3271, MO

9 2/8 (2/4 p)

-

Stenocarpus milnei Hook.

G. McPherson 3285, MO

9 2/14 (1/1 p)

S 2/4

Stenocarpus umbelliferus Druce

9 1/1

-

Stenocarpus R. Br. sp. indet.

9 1/1 P

8 1/6

Alphitonia neocaledonica

J. Munzinger 2006, NOU

9 1/1

-

Normandia neocaledonica

G. McPherson 3221, MO

9 l/l P

-

Guioa villosa

9 2/2 p

-

Storthocalyx pancheri (Baill.) Radik.

/. Munzinger 2053, NOU

? 1/1

? 1/1

Agatea longipedicellata

J. Munzinger 320, NOU

9 20/20 p

8 11/11

Schinus terebinthifolia

(3 $ [1 $ p]) G. McPherson 3241, MO

9 5/9 (3/3 p)

8 1/8

Ageratum conyzoides

9 3/17 (3/13 p)

-

Poinsettia sp. indet.

9 2/2

8 1/1

Leucaena leucocephala

9 5/12 p

-

Mimosa diplotricha

G. McPherson 3776, MO

9 1/1

_

Senna occidentalis (L.) Link

9 1/1 p

-

Mentha L. sp. indet.

9 1/2

-

Psidium guajava L.

9 1/8 (1/5 p)

-

Syzygium jambolanum (Lam.) DC.

9 1/2

-

Mimulus L. sp. indet.

9 1/1

-

Litchi chinensis

9 1/1

-

Solanum torvum

(1 $ p) G. McPherson 3766B, MO

9 3/12 p

-

sp. indet. 1

9 2/13 p

-

Stachytarpheta indica

9 1/1

-

Ipomoea L. sp. indet.

9 1/2 p

-

Senna occidental is

2 1/1

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Plant voucher information

Bee collection data

9 6

Ipomoea pes-caprae (L.) R. Br.

9 2/2

S 2/2

Ipomoea sp. indet.

9 2/4 (1/2 p)

3 1/8

Ipomoea pes-caprae

? i/i

3 1/7

Sannantha pinifolia (Labill.) Peter G.

9 0/1

-

Wilson [= Babingtonia pinifolia (Labill.) A. R. Bean]

Duranta repens

-

-

S 0/2

Stenocarpus sp. indet.

9 1/7 (1/4 p)

3 1/3

Bidens pilosa

-

6 2/8

Cytisus cajan L.

G. McPherson 3240 , MO

9 1/2 (1/1 p)

-

Antigonon leptopus

-

6 3/3

Duranta repens

-

S 2/2

Parsonsia crebriflora

J. Munzinger 1733 , NOU

9 1/1 p

-

Rauvolfia semperflorens (Mull. Arg.) Schltr.

G. McPherson 3235, MO

9 1/1

3 1/2

sp. indet.

9 1/1 p

-

Tieghemopanax R. Vig. sp. indet.

G. McPherson 3787, MO

9 1/1 p

-

sp. indet. 1

9 1/1 p

-

Hibbertia podocarpifolia

9 1/2 p

-

Hibbertia lucens

(2 9) J. Munzinger 959, NOU; (1 9) J.

9 4/5 (2/5 p)

-

Hibbertia sp. indet.

Munzinger 2527, NOU

9 1/1

Scaevola beckii

9 l/l P

-

Scaevola erosa

9 2/2 (1/1 p)

-

Scaevola montana

(2 S ) G. McPherson 3236, MO;

9 l/l P

S 3/5

Syzygium lateriflorum

(19 3 S)G. McPherson 3779, MO

3 1/1

Stenocarpus sp. indet.

9 1/1

-

Agatea longipedicellata

/. Munzinger 320, 396, NOU

9 8/8

3 1/1

Agatea rufotomentosa (Baker f.) J.

J. Munzinger 370, 371, NOU

9 2/2 (1/2 p)

-

Munzinger

Ageratum sp. indet.

9 2/2 (1/1 p)

-

Bidens L. sp. indet.

-

3 1/1

Cosmos Cav. sp. indet.

9 1/3

-

Tridax procumbens

-

3 1/1

Albizia Durazz. sp. indet.

9 1/6 (1/5 p)

-

Leucaena leucocephala

(1 9 p) G. McPherson 3237, MO

9 2/4 p

_

Mimosa diplotricha

G. McPherson 3776, MO

9 1/1 P

-

Ocimum gratissimum L.

G. McPherson 3267 C, MO

9 l/l P

-

Psidium guajava

9 1/1 p

-

Callistemon R. Br. sp. indet.

9 0/1

-

Triumfetta rhomboidea Jacq.

9 1/1 p

-

Duranta repens

-

3 1/1

Stachytarpheta indica

(3 9 [1 9 p] 2 <5 ) G. McPherson 3249,

9 2/4 (1/1 p)

S 5/8

MO

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Bee collection data

Plant species

Plant voucher information

$

3

Sesuvium portulacastrum L.

$ 1/1

Melodinus J. R. Forst. & G. Forst. sp.

? i/i

-

indet.

Rauvolfia semperflorens

G. McPherson 3235, MO

-

3 1/1

Tridax procumbens

$ 6/10 (2/3 p)

3 1/1

Ipomoea pes-caprae

-

3 2/2

Tetracera billardieri Martelli

J. Munzinger 861, NOU

9 1/1 p

s i/i