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The bees of the genus Andrena Fabricius, 1775 (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae) described by Ferdinand Morawitz from the collection of Aleksey Fedtschenko
expand article infoYulia V. Astafurova, Maxim Yu. Proshchalykin§, Dmitry A. Sidorov|
‡ Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint Petersburg, Russia
§ Federal Scientific Center of the East Asia Terrestrial Biodiversity, Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, Russia
| Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo, Russia
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Abstract

The type specimens of the genus Andrena Fabricius, 1775, described by Ferdinand Morawitz from the collection of Aleksey Fedtschenko deposited in the Zoological Museum of the Moscow State University and in the Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg (Russia), are critically reviewed. Precise information with illustrations of types for 52 taxa is provided; of these 39 species are valid and thirteen are invalid (ten synonyms and three homonyms). Lectotypes are here designated for the following 24 nominal taxa: Andrena acutilabris Morawitz, 1876, A. aulica Morawitz, 1876, A. bicarinata Morawitz, 1876, A. combusta Morawitz, 1876, A. comparata Morawitz, 1876, A. corallina Morawitz, 1876, A. discophora Morawitz, 1876, A. fedtschenkoi Morawitz, 1876, A. initialis Morawitz, 1876, A. laeviventris Morawitz, 1876, A. leucorhina Morawitz, 1876, A. mucorea Morawitz, 1876, A. nitidicollis Morawitz, 1876, A. oralis Morawitz, 1876, A. planirostris Morawitz, 1876, A. ravicollis Morawitz, 1876, A. rufilabris Morawitz, 1876, A. sarta Morawitz, 1876, A. smaragdina Morawitz, 1876, A. sogdiana Morawitz, 1876, A. subaenescens Morawitz, 1876, A. tuberculiventris Morawitz, 1876, A. turkestanica Morawitz, 1876, and A. virescens Morawitz, 1876.

Keywords

Anthophila, Apiformes, lectotypes, Palaearctic Region, taxonomy

Introduction

The present paper is the second part of a series of works dealing with the bee taxa described by Ferdinand Morawitz from the collection of Aleksey Fedtschenko deposited in the Zoological Museum of the Moscow State University, Moscow (ZMMU) and in the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg (ZISP). In the first part, the family Halictidae was considered (Astafurova and Proshchalykin 2020). The main goal of this work is to make Fedtschenko’s collection of bees more accessible and useful to scientists.

More than 140 years ago (1876), the second part of Ferdinand Morawitz’s critical study on the bees collected by Aleksey Fedtschenko 1869–1871 Expeditions in “Turkestan” was published. In the first volume, “Apidae genuinae” (Morawitz 1875), Morawitz treated a total of 255 species of numerous genera, of which many species were described as new. In this second part, “Andrenidae” (Morawitz 1876), the remaining bees were dealt with, including the species of the difficult genera Andrena Fabricius, Halictus Latreille, and Hylaeus Fabricius, totalling 183 species (Pesenko and Astafurova 2003). The species treatments are of a high professional standard, the localities are precisely documented (A. Fedtschenko 1871; O. Fedtschenko 1874; Baker 2004; Kuhlmann 2005; Dathe and Proshchalykin 2017) and the type series have been carefully conserved over a long period, generally in the collections of the ZMMU and ZISP. To this day, these remain some of the most important manuscripts on bees of Central Asia.

Andrena Fabricius, 1775 is the one of the largest bee genera, numbering about 1550 species worldwide, of which about 950 are known from the Palaearctic region (Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2002; Ascher and Pickering 2022). The genus is distributed throughout the Holarctic region, south in the Western Hemisphere to Panama, in Africa through the East African highlands and south to the Cape of Good Hope, and in Asia to the mountains of southern India and of Malaysia (Michener 2007). Only three species of Andrena are distributed in both the Palearctic and the Holarctic regions, whereas the others occur in only one of these zoogeographic realms. Many species appear to be widespread, and many are bivoltine, which has led to separate descriptions in different regions, especially in the Palearctic. Thus, about 3000 species descriptions were recognised at the beginning of 21st century (Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2002).

The genus Andrena is represented in Morawitz’s 1876 publication by 68 species (Nos. 258–326). Only 16 species were previously known, while the remaining 52 were newly described (Table 1). Few of these taxa have been mentioned in subsequent publications, remaining enigmatic for decades.

Table 1.

The nominal taxa of Fedtschenko’s Andrena, described by F. Morawitz, and their current status.

N Species name Sex Current status Depositaries of types
1. Andrena acutilabris ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
2. Andrena ahenea ♀, ♂ Valid LT, PLT (ZMMU)
3. Andrena amoena Valid LT, PLT (ZMMU)
4. Andrena arenaria Synonym HT (ZMMU)
5. Andrena aulica ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
6. Andrena bairacumensis Valid HT (ZMMU)
7. Andrena bicarinata Synonym LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
8. Andrena capillosa Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP)
9. Andrena carinifrons Valid LT (ZISP)
10. Andrena combusta ♀, ♂ Valid LT, PLT (ZMMU)
11. Andrena comparata Synonym LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
12. Andrena corallina Synonym LT (ZMMU)
13. Andrena discophora ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
14. Andrena fedtschenkoi ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
15. Andrena ferghanica Valid HT (ZISP)
16. Andrena flavitarsis ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
17. Andrena fuscicollis ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
18. Andrena hieroglyphica Valid HT (ZMMU)
19. Andrena infirma ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
20. Andrena initialis ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
21. Andrena laeviventris Valid LT, PLT (ZMMU)
22. Andrena lateralis ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
23. Andrena leucorhina Synonym LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
24. Andrena lucidicollis Valid ST (ZMMU)
25. Andrena maculipes ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
26. Andrena majalis Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
27. Andrena mordax Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
28. Andrena mucorea ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
29. Andrena nigrita Homonym HT (ZMMU)
30. Andrena nitidicollis ♀, ♂ Valid LT, PLT (ZMMU)
31. Andrena nupta ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
32. Andrena oralis Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZMMU)
33. Andrena pannosa Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
34. Andrena planirostris ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
35. Andrena punctifrons Valid HT (ZMMU)
36. Andrena punctiventris Valid HT (ZMMU)
37. Andrena quadrifasciata Valid HT (ZMMU)
38. Andrena ravicollis Synonym LT (ZISP); PLT (ZMMU)
39. Andrena rufilabris Synonym LT, PLT (ZMMU)
40. Andrena rufina ♀, ♂ Valid LT, PLT (ZMMU)
41. Andrena sarta Valid LT (ZMMU)
42. Andrena semiaenea Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
43. Andrena smaragdina ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZMMU)
44. Andrena sogdiana Synonym LT (ZISP)
45. Andrena sordida ♀, ♂ Homonym LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
46. Andrena subaenescens ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
47. Andrena temporalis Homonym LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
48. Andrena tuberculiventris Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
49. Andrena turkestanica ♀, ♂ Synonym LT (ZISP); PLT (ZMMU)
50. Andrena urmitana Synonym HT (ZMMU)
51. Andrena virescens ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZISP); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)
52. Andrena viridigastra ♀, ♂ Valid LT (ZMMU); PLT (ZISP/ZMMU)

Since the 1940s, V. Popov [ZISP] based his studies on the taxonomy and ecology of the Central Asian Andrena fauna using these collections (Popov 1940, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1958, 1960).

Type material of Fedtschenko’s Andrena was studied by K. Warncke, a teacher in Dachau (Germany), who visited the ZMMU from 26.03.1975 to 01.04.1975 (Dathe and Proshchalykin 2017). He worked his way through the drawers containing the Fedtschenko material and labelled specimens of all nominal taxa found there as “Lectotypus.” Thereby, certain specimens from some groups of bees (Hylaeus, Andrena, Anthidium, Halictus, etc.) received a red label with the inscription “Lectotypus Warncke 1975.” All other type specimens were left without nomenclatural status labels. However, unlike other groups of bees (Warncke 1981, 1982), he did not publish information about the designation of Andrena lectotypes.

In 1980 A.Z. Osytshnjuk continued the study of Andrena in the Fedtschenko’s collection of the ZISP and ZMMU. The lectotype and paralectotype designations by A. Osytshnjuk were largely unpublished, because of her tragic death in 1998. Some of these designations have been posthumously validated in subsequent publications (Osytshnjuk et al. 2005, 2008).

The present paper is the first complete, critically reviewed, illustrated summary of all species of the genus Andrena described by F. Morawitz from the collection of A. Fedtschenko, an invaluable reference for researchers across this region who otherwise could not easily assign names to these difficult bees.

Materials and methods

All of the material listed below was examined for this study. In the following list, the taxa are treated in alphabetical order of the names used in the original descriptions. Each entry includes the name of the taxon in its original combination, the complete reference to the original description of the species (including the original combination and spelling of the name and the author, year, and page of the description) and a list of type specimens present in the collections of the Zoological Museum of the Moscow State University, Moscow (ZMMU) and Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg (ZISP). The data from each label are separated by two slashes (//). Square brackets are used for English translations and when information is added to specimen label information (e.g., geographical coordinates) or published data (e.g., current name of an old place name; affiliation to a present-day country).

Photographs were made using a combination of a stereomicroscope Olympus SZX10 and a digital camera (Olympus OM-D). Illustrations were obtained by montaging from an image series that covers different focal planes into a single in-focus image with the program Helicon Focus 7. The final illustrations were post-processed for contrast and brightness using Adobe Photoshop software.

The classification and current species status mostly follow Gusenleitner and Schwarz (2002) and Pisanty et al. (2022), distribution follows Osytshnjuk et al. (2005, 2008), Proshchalykin et al. (2017), Wood and Monfared (2022), and Ascher and Pickering (2022). In the dating the publications of Morawitz’s paper, we follow Kerzhner (1984) and Ebmer (2021).

Taxonomy

List of species

Genus Andrena Fabricius, 1775

Andrena acutilabris Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 1

Andrena acutilabris Morawitz, 1876: 165 (key), 175, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Urmitan.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // acutilabris [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. acutilabris Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena acutilabris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000300 [ZISP].

Figure 1. 

Andrena acutilabris Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T4, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(3 ♀, 10 ♂). 2 ♀, 4 ♂, 2, 3, 8, 11[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // acutilabris Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena acutilabris Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 6 ♂, 2., 5.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ; 1 ♀, 11.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 // Paralectotypus Andrena acutilabris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Nobandrena) acutilabris Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena ahenea Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 2

Andrena ahenea Morawitz, 1876: 164, 166 (key), 210, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Samarkand (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Samarkand.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osychnjuk et al. 2008: 51, 16.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ [Uzbekistan, Samarkand, 39°39'N, 66°57'E] // Andrena ahenea Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena ahenea Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 2. 

Andrena ahenea Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotype

1 ♂, 16.[III.1876] // Самаркандъ // Paralectotypus Andrena ahenea Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu.Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Euandrena) ahenea Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Uzbekistan.

Andrena amoena Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 3

Andrena amoena Morawitz, 1876: 164 (key), 211, ♀.

Type locality

Chardara (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: Syr Darja River near Chardara.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2005: 67, 25.[IV.1871] // Чардара [Kazakhstan, Chardara, 41°18'N, 67°57'E] // Andrena amoena Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena amoena Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 3. 

Andrena amoena Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(3 ♀). 3 ♀, 25.[IV.1871] // Чардара [Chardara] // Paralectotypus Andrena amoena Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Aciandrena) amoena Morawitz, 1876 (according to Osytshnjuk et al. 2005: 67).

Remarks

Description of male: Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2001: 99, fig. 1.

Distribution

Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan.

Andrena arenaria Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 4

Andrena arenaria Morawitz, 1876: 201, ♂.

Type locality

Central Asia.

Published (original) locality

“Turkestan”.

Holotype

♂, 487. // Туркест.[анский] кр.[ай] [Turkestan] // Andrena arenaria Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Holotypus Andrena arenaria Morawitz, 1876 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> // Andrena lateralis, D.A. Sidorov det. 2022 [ZMMU].

Figure 4. 

Andrena arenaria Morawitz, 1876, holotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (incertae sedis) lateralis Morawitz, 1876 (synonymised by Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2001: 135).

Distribution

Europe, Russia (to East Siberia), Caucasus, Turkey, Israel, Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia.

Andrena aulica Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 5

Andrena aulica Morawitz, 1876: 162, 166 (key), 187, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Panjakent (Tajikistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Samarkand, Oalyk Gorge; Tajikistan: Panjakent, Fan [River], Varzaminor [= Ayni], Iori Gorge.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, Пянджикентъ [Tajikistan, Panjakent, 39°30'N, 67°36'E] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena aulica Morawitz, ♀ [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. aulica F. Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena aulica Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000299 [ZISP].

Figure 5. 

Andrena aulica Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T4, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(21 ♀, 3 ♂). 1 ♂, <golden circle> // Варзаминоръ // aulica Mor. Typ. ♂ [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Andr. ferghanica F. Mor, ♂, Popov det, 1936; 1 ♀, Заравш. дол. // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // aulica Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; Paralectotypus Andrena aulica Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 4 ♀, 8.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ; 9 ♀, 20., 21., 23., 26., 30.[III], 9.[V.1869] // Самаркандъ; 3 ♀, 28., 29.[IV.1869] // Пянджикентъ; 1 ♀, 12.[VI.1870] // Фанъ; 2 ♀, 7.[VI.1870] // Варзаминоръ; 1 ♀, 2 ♂, 25.[III], 2., 7.[V.1869] // Заравш. дол. // Paralectotypus Andrena aulica Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et. al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

There is one female specimen labelled by Warcke as “Lectotype” [31. // Заравш. дол. // Andrena aulica Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975; ZMMU]. However, the label date (31.[II.1869]) does not correspond any date mentioned for type series by Morawitz (1876).

Current status

Andrena (Plastandrena) aulica Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

According to Warncke (1967: 179) and Gusenleitner and Schwarz (2002: 130) A. aulica Morawitz, 1876 is a junior synonym of A. bimaculata (Kirby, 1802). However, Popov (1949), Osytshnjuk et al. (1978) and Astafurova et al. (2021) regarded A. aulica as a valid species. Taxonomic status of A. bimaculata sensu lato is problematic and requires a revision.

Distribution

Russia (European part), Caucasus, Iran, Central Asia, India.

Andrena bairacumensis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 6

Andrena bairacumensis Morawitz, 1876: 164 (key), 170, ♀.

Type locality

Bairkum (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: Bayrakum [= Bairkum].

Holotype

♀, 4.[V.1871] // Байракумъ [Kazakhstan, Syr-Darya River, Bairkum, 42°05'N, 68°10'E] // Andrena bairacumensis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Holotypus Andrena bairacumensis Mor., 1876 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 6. 

Andrena bairacumensis Morawitz, 1876, holotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Leimelissa) bairacumensis Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Osytshnjuk 1984: 21, fig. 1.

Distribution

Kazakhstan.

Andrena bicarinata Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 7

Andrena bicarinata Morawitz, 1876: 164 (key), 197, ♀.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Katty-Kurgan, Urmitan [near Katty-Kurgan]; Tajikistan: Panjakent.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 11.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena bicarinata Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena bicarinata Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Andrena tuberculiventris Mor. A. Osytshnjuk det. // Lectotypus Andrena bicarinata Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000298 [ZISP].

Figure 7. 

Andrena bicarinata Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T5, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(5 ♀, 1 ♂). 1 ♀, 2.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena bicarinata Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena bicarinata Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 < red label > // Andrena tuberculiventris, D.A. Sidorov det.; 1 ♀, 5.[IV.1871] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena bicarinata F.Mor, Cotype!, F. Morawitz det. // Andrena tuberculiventris, D.A. Sidorov det. [ZISP]; 1 ♀, 5.[V.1871] // Урмитанъ [Urmitan] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // A. tuberculiventris [det. A.Osytshnjuk]; 1 ♂, 5.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Tashkent] // Andrena tuberculiventris, D.A. Sidorov det.; 1 ♀, 29.[VI.1869] // Katty-Kurgan // Andrena tuberculiventris, D.A. Sidorov det.; 1 ♀, 2.[V.1871] // Урмитанъ [Urmitan] // Andrena tuberculiventris, D.A. Sidorov det. // Paralectotypus Andrena bicarinata Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Parandrenella) tuberculiventris Morawitz, 1876 (synonymised by Popov 1958: 118).

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan.

Andrena capillosa Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 8

Andrena capillosa Morawitz, 1876: 163 (key), 205, ♀.

Type locality

Samarkand (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Samarkand.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 49, ♀, 23.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ [Uzbekistan, Samarkand, 39°39'N, 66°57'E] // Andrena capillosa Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 // Lectotypus Andrena capillosa Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 8. 

Andrena capillosa Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(5 ♀). 1 ♀, <golden circle>, 27.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ // capillosa Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 4 ♀, 27.[II.1869], 3., 4.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena capillosa Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP].

Current status

Andrena (Euandrena) capillosa Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 50.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan. The record from Russia (Western Siberia) by Krainov (2013) is doubtful.

Andrena carinifrons Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 9

Andrena carinifrons Morawitz, 1876: 164 (key), 198, ♀.

Type locality

Turkistan Province (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: between the Karak Mts and Bairkum.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2005: 161, Туркест.[анский] кр.[ай] [Kazakhstan, Turkistan Province, ≈ 42°46'N, 67°24'E] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena carinifrons Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena carinifrons Morawitz, 1876 design. by Osytchjuk et al., 2005 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000200.

Figure 9. 

Andrena carinifrons Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1-T4, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Carinandrena) carinifrons Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Osytshnjuk 1993: 18, figs 2, 3.

Distribution

Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena combusta Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 10

Andrena combusta Morawitz, 1876: 163, 165 (key), 189, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Kattakurgan (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent and near Kattakurgan.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 29. [IV.1869] // Верхн.[ий] Заравш.[ан] [Uzbekistan, Upper Zaravshan, near Kattakurgan, 39°53'N, 66°15'E] // Andrena combusta Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke, 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena combusta Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 10. 

Andrena combusta Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(1 ♀, 1 ♂). 1 ♀, 29. [IV.1869] // Верхн. Заравш. [Upper Zaravshan]; 1 ♂, 11.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // Paralectotypus Andrena combusta Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Truncandrena) combusta Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Azerbaijan, Turkey, Syria, Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan.

Andrena comparata Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 11

Andrena comparata Morawitz, 1876: 166 (key), 188, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent and Samarkand.

Lectotype (designated here)

♂, 9.[III.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena comparata Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andr. aulica F. Mor, ♂, Popov 1936 det. // Paralectotypus Andr. comparata Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena comparata Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000297 [ZISP].

Figure 11. 

Andrena comparata Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(9 ♂). 1 ♂, <golden circle>, 21.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ [Samarkand] // Andrena comparata Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Andr. aulica F.Mor, ♂, Popov det. 1936 // Paralectotypus Andrena comparata Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 1 ♂, 21.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ // Andrena comparata Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Andrena aulica, D.A. Sidorov det., 2022; 7 ♂, 21., 26., 30.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ // Paralectotypus Andrena comparata Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Plastandrena) aulica Morawitz, 1876 (synonymised by Popov 1949: 392).

Remarks

Listed as Andrena (Plastandrena) bimaculata (Kirby, 1802) by Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2002: 130 (see remarks on Andrena aulica, above).

Distribution

Russia (European part), Caucasus, Iran, Central Asia, India.

Andrena corallina Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 12

Andrena corallina Morawitz, 1876: 162 (key), 203, ♀.

Type locality

Urmetan (Tajikistan).

Published (original) locality

Tajikistan: Urmitan.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 2.[V.1869] // Урмитанъ [Tajikistan, Urmetan, 39°26'N, 68°15'E] // Andrena corallina Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 // Lectotypus Andrena corallina Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 12. 

Andrena corallina Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Trachandrena) discophora Morawitz, 1876 (synonymised by Popov 1958: 159).

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena discophora Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 13

Andrena discophora Morawitz, 1876: 162, 166 (key), 202, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 8.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena discophora Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena discophora Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 13. 

Andrena discophora Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(21 ♀, 9 ♂). 1 ♂, <golden circle> // 28.[II.1871] // Ташкентъ // discophora Mor. ♂, Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 1 ♀, 4 ♂, Ташкентъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena discophora Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 1 ♀, <golden circle> // 11.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // discophora Mor. ♀, Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 2 ♀, 8.[IV.1871] and 27.[III.1987] // Ташкентъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz]; 1 ♀, 11.[IV.1981] // Ташкентъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andr. discophora F. Mor., Popov det. // Paralectotypus Andrena Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 16 ♀, 4 ♂, [28.II–11.IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // Paralectotypus Andrena discophora Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Trachandrena) discophora Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena fedtschenkoi Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 14

Andrena Fedtschenkoi Morawitz, 1876: 162, 165 (key), 184, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Chardara (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: Kysyl-Kum [desert] near draw-well Chakany, Karak steppe, Chardara; Uzbekistan: Zeravshan River valley.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, Чардара [Kazakhstan, Chardara, 41°18'N, 67°57'E] // Andrena Fedtschenkoi Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena fedtschenkoi Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena fedtschenkoi Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000296.

Figure 14. 

Andrena fedtschenkoi Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(7 ♀, 11 ♂). 1 ♀, Кизилъкум [Kyzylkum] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // fedtschenkoi F. Morawitz, ♀ [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 3 ♂, Чардара // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena Fedtschenkoi Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 1 ♂, 25.[IV.1869] // Заравшан.[ская] дол.[ина] [Zeravshan River valley] // fedtschenkoi F. Morawitz, ♂ Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena fedtschenkoi Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 1 ♀, 28.[IV.1871] // Кизилъкум // Andrena Fedtschenkoi Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label>; 4 ♀, 4 ♂, 25.[IV.1869], 12., 13., 18., 23.[V.1869] // Заравш. дол.; 3 ♂, 25.[IV.1871] // Чардара; 1 ♀, 5.[V.1871] // Карак.[ская] степь [Karak steppe] // Paralectotypus Andrena fedtschenkoi Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Ulandrena) fedtschenkoi Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena ferghanica Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 15

Andrena ferghanica Morawitz, 1876: 163 (key), 189, ♀.

Type locality

Alai Mts, Kavuk Pass (Kyrgyzstan).

Published (original) locality

Kyrgyzstan: Kavuk Pass.

Holotype

♀, 24.[VI.1871] // Алай [Kyrgyzstan, Alay Mts, Kavuk Pass, 39°40'N, 72°15'E] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena ferghanica Morawitz [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Andrena ferghanica Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Holotypus Andrena ferghanica Mor., 1876 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000261 [ZISP].

Figure 15. 

Andrena ferghanica Morawitz, 1876, holotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T4, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Plastandrena) ferghanica Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Morawitz 1876: 187 as A. aulica, in partim (according to Popov 1949: 391).

Distribution

Iran, Pakistan, Central Asia.

Andrena flavitarsis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 16

Andrena flavitarsis Morawitz, 1876: 163, 166 (key), 204, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 47, 3.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena flavitarsis Mor. ♀ [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena flavitarsis Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 16. 

Andrena flavitarsis Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(1 ♀, 1 ♂). 1 ♀, 5.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Tashkent] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena flavitarsis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Andrena flavitarsis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 < red label > [ZISP]; 1 ♂, 16.[III.1871] // Ташкентъ [Tashkent] // Andrena flavitarsis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena flavitarsis Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Euandrena) flavitarsis Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Uzbekistan.

Andrena fuscicollis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 17

Andrena fuscicollis Morawitz, 1876: 164, 165 (key), 208, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent.

Lectotype

♂, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 73, 11.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena fuscicollis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena fuscicollis Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 17. 

Andrena fuscicollis Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(5 ♀, 5 ♂). 1 ♂, <golden circle>, 1.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // fuscicollis Mor. ♂ [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 4 ♂, 5., 10.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz]; 1 ♀, <golden circle>, 10.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // fuscicollis Mor. Typ., ♀ [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena fuscicollis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 4 ♀, 1.,10., 11.[IV.1871] Ташкентъ // Paralectotypus Andrena fuscicollis Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Fuscandrena) fuscicollis Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

The collection date in the original publication is “from 11 February to 11 March”. However, the lectotype and paralectotype specimens designated by A. Osytshnjuk are labelled as collected in April [green label]. Probably “March” was mistakenly mentioned in the Morawitz’ publication instead of April.

Distribution

Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan.

Andrena hieroglyphica Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 18

Andrena hieroglyphica Morawitz, 1876: 163 (key), 192, ♀.

Type locality

Sokh Enclave (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: near Sokh.

Holotype

♀, 28.[VI.1871] // Сохъ [Uzbekistan, Sokh Enclave, 39°57'N, 71°07'E] // Andrena hieroglyphica Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Holotypus Andrena hieroglyphica Mor., 1876 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 18. 

Andrena hieroglyphica Morawitz, 1876, holotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (incertae sedis) hieroglyphica Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Morawitz 1876: 204, as Andrena temporalis Morawitz, 1876 (synonymised by Osytshnjuk 1984: 3).

The lectotype designation by Osytshnjuk et al. (2005: 151) is unnecessary as the species was described from a single male that was directly written about by Morawitz (1876: 192).

Distribution

Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan.

Andrena infirma Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 19

Andrena infirma Morawitz, 1876: 164, 166 (key), 195, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Ayni (Tajikistan).

Published (original) locality

Tajikistan: Varzaminor, near Iskander-Kul Lake; Kyrgyzstan/Tajikistan: Khodzha-Chiburgan River.

Lectotype

♂, designated by by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 199, 8.[VI.1869] // Варзаминоръ [Tajikistan, Varzaminor (= Ayni), 39°23'N, 68°32'E] // Andrena infirma Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena infirma Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 19. 

Andrena infirma Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(1 ♀, 4 ♂). 1 ♂, 8.[VI.1870] // Варзаминоръ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz]; 1 ♂, <golden circle> // 21.[VI.1870] // Искандеръ [Iskander] // infirma Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 1 ♂, 21.[VI.1870] // Искандеръ // Andrena infirma Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena infirma Mor., design. Osytshnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 1 ♀ [without head], 9.[VI.1869] // Варзаминоръ // Федченко [Fedtschenko leg.]; 1 ♂, 26.[VI.1871] // Чибурганъ [Khodzha-Chiburgan River] // Paralectotypus Andrena infirma Morawitz, 1876., design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Melandrena) infirma Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Osytshnjuk et al. (2008: 199) mistakenly mentioned sex of the lectotype as a female instead of male.

Distribution

Afghanistan, Central Asia.

Andrena initialis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 20

Andrena initialis Morawitz, 1876: 164, 166 (key), 199, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Shardara District (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: “between Keles [River] and Kosaral [Lake]”.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 24.[IV.1871] // Косаралъ [Kazakhstan, “Kosaral Lake” (now Shardara Reservoir), ≈ 41°10'N, 68°06'E] // Andrena initialis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena initialis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 // Lectotypus Andrena initialis Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000295.

Figure 20. 

Andrena initialis Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(3 ♀, 1 ♂). 1 ♀, Косаралъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena initialis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 [ZISP]; 1 ♀, 24.[IV.1871] // Косаралъ // Andrena initialis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975; 1 ♀, 24.[IV.1871] // Косаралъ; 1 ♂, 24.[IV.1871] // Косаралъ // Andrena lateralis, D.A. Sidorov det., 2022 // Paralectotypus Andrena initialis Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (incertae sedis) initialis Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Male unknown. The single male from the type series belongs to Andrena (incertae sedis) lateralis Morawitz, 1876, as was mentioned by Gusenleitner and Schwarz (2001: 133).

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena laeviventris Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 21

Andrena laeviventris Morawitz, 1876: 163 (key), 182, ♀.

Type locality

Obburdon (Tajikistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Gus [near Urgut]; Tajikistan: Pyandzhikent, Obburden [Obburdon].

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 4.[VI.1870] // Оббурденъ [Tajikistan, Obburdon, 40°25'N, 69°18'E] // Andrena laeviventris Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena laeviventris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 21. 

Andrena laeviventris Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotype

1 ♀, 24.[V.1869] // Заравш.[анская] дол.[ина] [Zaravshan River Valley] // Paralectotypus Andrena laeviventris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Aciandrena) laeviventris Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Male unknown (according to Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2002: 410).

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan.

Andrena lateralis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 22

Andrena lateralis Morawitz, 1876: 163, 166 (key), 200, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Shardara District (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: “between Keles [River] and Kosaral [Lake]”, Kyzyl-Kum [desert]; Uzbekistan: Urmitan [near Katty-Kurgan]; Tajikistan: Varzaminor [Ayni], near Obburden [Obburdon].

Lectotype

♀, designated by by Osytshnjuk et al. 2005: 144, 24.[VI.1871] // Косаралъ [Kazakhstan, “Kosaral Lake” (now Shardara Reservoir), ≈ 41°10'N, 68°06'E] // Andrena lateralis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena lateralis Morawitz, 1876., design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 22. 

Andrena lateralis Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(16 ♀, 12 ♂). 1 ♀, 24.[VI.1871] // Косаралъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena lateralis F.Mor. Popov 1935 det.; 1 ♀, 1 ♂, <golden circle>, 24.[VI.1871] // Косаралъ // lateralis Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 2 ♂, 25.[IV.1871] // Чардара [Shardara] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena lateralis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena lateralis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 4 ♀, 24.[IV.1871] // Косараль; 1 ♀, 30.[IV.1871] // Кизилкумъ [Kyzyl-Kum desert]; 9 ♀, Оббурденъ [Obburden]; 2 ♀, Варзаминоръ [Varzaminor]; 9 ♂, 25.[IV.1871] // Чардара // Lectotypus Andrena lateralis Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (incertae sedis) lateralis Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Osytshnjuk et al. (2005: 144) mistakenly mentioned sex of the lectotype as a male instead of female.

Distribution

Europe, Russia (to East Siberia), Caucasus, Turkey, Israel, Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia.

Andrena leucorhina Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 23

Andrena leucorhina Morawitz, 1876: 165 (key), 169, ♂.

Type locality

Shardara (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: Syr-Darja River, near Chardara.

Lectotype (designated here)

♂, 25.[IV.1871] // Чардара [Kazakhstan, Shardara, 41°18'N, 67°57'E] // Andrena leucorhina Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warmcke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena leucorhina Morawitz, 1876 design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Paralectotypes

(2 ♂). 2 ♂, 25.[IV.1871] // Чардара [Chardara] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena leucorhina Morawitz [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena leucorhina Morawitz, 1876 design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [1 ♂ – ZISP, 1 ♂ – ZMMU].

Figure 23. 

Andrena leucorhina Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Ulandrena) abbreviata Dours, 1873 (according to Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2002).

Remarks

Description of female: Morawitz 1876: 185 as Andrena ravicollis Morawitz, 1876 (synonymised by Osytshnjuk 1982: 28).

Distribution

Southern Balkans, Cyprus, Turkey, Levant, Caucasus, Ukraine, Russia, Central Asia.

Andrena lucidicollis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 24

Andrena lucidicollis Morawitz, 1876: 165 (key), 181, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent.

Syntype

♂, 5.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena lucidicollis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke, 1975 <red label> // Syntypus Andrena lucidicollis Mor., 1876 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 24. 

Andrena lucidicollis Morawitz, 1876, syntype, male A genitalia, dorsal view B habitus, lateral view and labels C head, frontal view D labrum, dorsal view E metasoma, dorsal view F mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Poecilandrena) lucidicollis Morawitz, 1876

Remarks

Female unknown (according to Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2002: 443).

Gusenleitner and Schwarz (2001: 140) refer to a “lectotype” deposited at the ZISP. However, we have found a single male specimen labelled “10.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // Andrena lucidicollis Mor. var. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena lucidicollis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980”. This specimen does not belong to the type series formally, as it is labelled “10.[10 April 1871]” (in the original description Morawitz mentioned only specimens collected on 5 April). The syntype (Fig. 24) deposited at the ZMMU and labelled by Warncke as a “Lectotypus” on our opinion is in too poor a condition to be designated as a lectotype. However, both exemplars belong to one species and could be considered to be syntypes.

Distribution

Uzbekistan.

Andrena maculipes Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 25

Andrena maculipes Morawitz, 1876: 162, 166 (key), 178, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Samarkand (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: near Samarkand.

Lectotype

♂, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2005: 184, <golden circle>, 16.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ [Uzbekistan, Samarkand, 39°39'N, 66°57'E] // maculipes Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Andrena maculipes Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena maculipes Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000187 [ZISP].

Figure 25. 

Andrena maculipes Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(12 ♀, 2 ♂). 2 ♀, 2 ♂, Самаркандъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena maculipes F. Moraw. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 1 ♀, <golden circle>, 16.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ // maculipes Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. maculipes Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 7 ♀, 7, 16.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ; 2 ♀, 4.[III.1869] // Заравш.[анская] дол.[ина] [Zaravshan River Valley] // Paralectotypus Andrena maculipes Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Chrysandrena) maculipes Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Osytshnjuk et al. (2005: 184) mistakenly mentioned the lectotype depository as the ZMMU instead of the ZISP.

Distribution

Central Asia.

Andrena majalis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 26

Andrena majalis Morawitz, 1876: 163 (key), 182, ♀.

Type locality

Bairkum (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: Bairakum, Karak steppe; Uzbekistan: Zeravshan River valley, Dzham Gorge, Oalyk Gorge between Oalyk and Aksay.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 48, 4.[V.1871] // Байракумъ [Kazakhstan, Bairkum, Syr-Darya River, 42°05'N, 68°10'E] // Andrena majalis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warmcke, 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena majalis Morawitz, 1876., design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 26. 

Andrena majalis Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(14 ♀). 3 ♀, the same labels as in the lectotype; 3 ♀, 5.[V.1871] // Каракск.[ая] степь [Karak steppe] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz]// Paralectotypus Andr. majalis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 4 ♀, 4.[V.1871] // Байракумъ; 1 ♀, 5.[V.1871] // Каракск.[ая] степь; 3 ♀, 16.,17.[V.1869] // Заравш.[анская] дол.[ина] [Zaravshan River Valley] // Paralectotypus Andrena majalis Morawitz, 1876 design. Osychnjuk et al., 2008 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Euandrena) majalis Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Shebl and Tadauchi 2009: 49, figs 23, 24.

Distribution

Central Asia.

Andrena mordax Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 27

Andrena mordax Morawitz, 1876: 165 (key), 196, ♂.

Type locality

Ayni (Tajikistan).

Published (original) locality

Tajikistan: Varzaminor.

Lectotype

♂, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 122, 8.[VI.1870] // Варзаминоръ [Tajikistan, Varzaminor (= Ayni), 39°23'N, 68°32'E] // Andrena mordax Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warmcke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena mordax Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 27. 

Andrena mordax Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A genitalia, dorsal view B habitus, lateral view and labels C head, frontal view D labrum, dorsal view E T1–T3, dorsal view F mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(3 ♂). 2 ♂, 8.[VI.1870] // Варзаминоръ // Andrena mordax Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena mordax Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 1 ♂, 9.[VI.1870] // Варзаминоръ // Paralectotypus Andrena mordax Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Hoplandrena) mordax Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of female: Morawitz 1880: 362.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, China.

Andrena mucorea Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 28

Andrena mucorea Morawitz, 1876: 164, 165 (key), 212, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Between Tashkent and Keless River (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: between Tashkent and Keless River, Urmitan [near Katty-Kurgan]; Kazakhstan: “between Keles [River] and Kosaral [Lake]”, Kyzyl Kum [desert].

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 23.[IV.1871] // Келесъ [River] [Uzbekistan, between Tashkent and Keless River, ≈ 41°15'N, 69°10'E] // Andrena mucorea Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. mucorea Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena mucorea Morawitz, 1876 design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000294 [ZMMU].

Figure 28. 

Andrena mucorea Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(12 ♀, 1 ♂). 1 ♀, 1 ♂, 22., 23.[IV.1871] // Келесъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena mucorea Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 1 ♀, 24.IV.1871 // Косаралъ [Kosaral] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz]; 1 ♀, Косаралъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // mucorea F. Mor., ♀ [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. mucorea Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen > [ZISP]; 1 ♀, 10.[V.1869] // Урмитанъ [Urmitan] // Andrena mucorea Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label>; 7 ♀, 22., 23.[IV.1871] // Келесъ; 2♀, 9., 10.[V.1869] // Урмитанъ // Paralectotypus Andrena mucorea Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Poecilandrena) mucorea Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena nigrita Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 29

Andrena nigrita Morawitz, 1876: 166 (key), 196, ♂.

Type locality

Iskanderkul Lake (Tajikistan).

Published (original) locality

Tajikistan: Iskanderkul Lake.

Holotype

♂, 18.[VI.1870] // Искандеръ [Tajikistan, Iskanderkul Lake, Hissar Ridge, 39°04'N, 68°22'E] // Andrena nigrita Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warmcke 1975 <red label> // Holotypus Andrena nigrita Mor., 1876 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 29. 

Andrena nigrita Morawitz, 1876, holotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Euandrena) nigritula Cockerell, 1906 [replacement name by Cockerell 1906: 74 (nec Andrena nigrita Fabricius, 1775; nec Nomada nigrita Panzer, 1800)].

Remarks

Description of female: Morawitz 1893: 69.

The lectotype designation by Osytshnjuk et al. (2008: 36) is unnecessary as the species was described from a single male that was directly written about by Morawitz (1876: 196).

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena nitidicollis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 30

Andrena nitidicollis Morawitz, 1876: 162, 166 (key), 180, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Kyzylkum Desert (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: Kyzyl-kum Desert; Karak mountains [western part of Kysyl-kum, NW Bairkum].

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 29.[IV.1871] // Кизилъкумъ [Kazakhstan, Kyzylkum Desert, NW of Shardara, ≈ 41°58'N, 67°03'E] // Andrena nitidicollis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena nitidicollis Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 30. 

Andrena nitidicollis Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotype

1 ♂, 6.[V.1871] // Кизилъкумъ // Paralectotypus Andrena nitidicollis Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (incertae sedis) nitidicollis Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Kazakhstan.

Andrena nupta Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 31

Andrena nupta Morawitz, 1876: 163, 166 (key), 191, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent and Samarkand.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 46, 8.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena nupta Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena nupta Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 31. 

Andrena nupta Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(5 ♀, 4 ♂). 1 ♀, the same label as in the lectotype; 2 ♀, 2 ♂, Ташкентъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // nupta F. Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. nupta Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 2 ♀, 1 ♂, 27.[III.1871], 3., 8.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ; 1 ♂, 5.[IV.1869] // Самаркандъ [Samarkand] // Paralectotypus Andrena nupta Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Euandrena) nupta Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena oralis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 32

Andrena oralis Morawitz, 1876: 162 (key), 177, ♀.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: near Tashkent.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, <golden circle> // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // oralis Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Andrena oralis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus, Andrena oralis Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000201 [ZISP].

Figure 32. 

Andrena oralis Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paraectotype

1 ♀, 5.[IV.1871] // Ташкент // Andrena oralis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Paralectotypus Andrena oralis Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Orandrena) oralis Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Morawitz 1876: 177, as Andrena sogdiana Morawitz, 1876 (according to Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2001: 150).

Distribution

Europe, Russia (to the Urals), Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena pannosa Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 33

Andrena pannosa Morawitz, 1876: 162 (key), 197, ♀.

Type locality

Khodzha-Chiburgan Gorge (Kyrgyzstan).

Published (original) locality

Kyrgyzstan: Khodzha-Chiburgan Gorge.

Lectotype

♀, <golden circle>, 21.[VI.1871] // Чибурганъ [Kyrgyzstan, Khodzha-Chiburgan Gorge, S Varuch, ≈ 39°48'N, 70°41'E] // pannosa Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Andrena pannosa Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus, Andrena pannosa Morawitz, 1876 design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000287 [ZISP].

Figure 33. 

Andrena pannosa Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(2 ♀). 1 ♀, 21.[VI.1871] // Чибурганъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena pannosa Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. pannosa Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 1 ♀, 21.[VI.1871] // Чибурганъ // Paralectotypus Andrena pannosa Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Euandrena) pannosa Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2001: 153. The lectotype was mistakenly designated by Osytshnjuk et al. (2008: 54) in ZMMU. This specimen is a female labelled “21.[06.1971] // Soch [Uzbek enclave] Andrena pannosa Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975.” However, according to the original description (Morawitz, 1876), the type location is “Khodzha-Chiburgan Gorge” [Kyrgyzstan, S Varuch]; thus, the lectotype published by Osytshnjuk et al. (2008) is not valid. There are two females in ZISP from “Chiburgan”, which correspond to the original description of Morawitz. One of these females labelled by A. Osytshnjuk as “lectotype” is designated here as a lectotype of Andrena pannosa.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena planirostris Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 34

Andrena planirostris Morawitz, 1876: 163, 165 (key), 174, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: near Tashkent.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 23.[III.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena planirostris Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. planirostris Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena planirostris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000256 [ZISP].

Figure 34. 

Andrena planirostris Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(20 ♀, 2 ♂). 1 ♀, <golden circle> // 25.[III.1871] // Ташкентъ // planirostris Mor. Typ. ♀ [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 9 ♀, 23., 25.[III.1871] // Ташкентъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz]; 1 ♂, Ташкентъ // planirostris Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. planirostris Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 10 ♀, 1 ♂, 11., 22., 23., 24., 25., 26. Ташкентъ // Paralectotypus Andrena planirostris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Remarks

There is a female specimen labelled by Warcke as a “Lectotypus” [<golden circle> // 5.[IV.1871] // Ташкент // Andrena planirostris Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975; ZMMU]. However, the label date does not correspond to any date [11–26.III.1871) mentioned for the type series by Morawitz (1876: 174).

Current status

Andrena (Planiandrena) planirostris Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena punctifrons Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 35

Andrena punctifrons Morawitz, 1876: 164 (key), 202, ♀.

Type locality

Khodzha-Chiburgan River (Kyrgyzstan).

Published (original) locality

Kyrgyzstan: “Khodzha-Chiburgan River”.

Holotype

♀, Чибурганъ [Kyrgyzstan: Khodzha-Chiburgan River/Gorge, S Varuch, ≈ 39°48'N, 70°41'E] // Andrena punctifrons Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Holotypus Andrena punctifrons Mor., 1876 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 35. 

Andrena punctifrons Morawitz, 1876, holotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Micrandrena) punctifrons Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Listed as Graecandrena by Osytshnjuk et al. (2008: 93). Male unknown (according to Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 93).

Distribution

Kyrgyzstan.

Andrena punctiventris Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 36

Andrena punctiventris Morawitz, 1876: 162 (key), 186, ♀.

Type locality

Iskanderkul Lake (Tajikistan).

Published (original) locality

Tajikistan: near Iskander-Kul Lake.

Holotype

♀, 15.[VI.1870] // Искандеръ [Tajikistan, Iskanderkul Lake, Hissar Ridge, 39°04'N, 68°22'E] // Andrena punctiventris Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Holotypus Andrena punctiventris Mor., 1876 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 36. 

Andrena punctiventris Morawitz, 1876, holotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Lepidandrena) punctiventris Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Listed as Poliandrena by Osytshnjuk (1994: 30). Description of male: Osytshnjuk 1994: 30, as Andrena punctiventris ssp. basagiensis Osytshnjuk, 1994.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena quadrifasciata Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 37

Andrena quadrifasciata Morawitz, 1876: 163 (key), 168, ♀.

Type locality

Shakhimardan (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: near Shakhimardan.

Holotype

♀, 7.[VII.1871] // Шагимарданъ [Shakhimardan in the Uzbek enclave in the territory of Kyrgyzstan, Alai Ridge, 39°58'N, 71°47'E] // Andrena quadrifasciata Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Holotypus Andrena quadrifasciata Mor., 1876 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 37. 

Andrena quadrifasciata Morawitz, 1876, holotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Simandrena) quadrifasciata Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2001: 157.

Distribution

Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena ravicollis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 38

Andrena ravicollis Morawitz, 1876: 163 (key), 185, ♀.

Type locality

Shardara (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: Chardara.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, <golden circle> // 25.[IV.1871] // Чардара [Kazakhstan, Shardara, 41°18'N, 67°57'E] // ravicollis Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena ravicollis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena ravicollis Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Andrena leucorhina, D.A. Sidorov det., 2022 // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000286 [ZISP].

Figure 38. 

Andrena ravicollis Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotype

1 ♀, 25.[IV.1871] // Чардара // Andrena leucorhina, D.A. Sidorov det., 2022 // Paralectotypus Andrena ravicollis Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 < red label> [ZMMU].

Remarks

There is a female specimen (in bad condition) labelled by Warcke as a “Lectotypus” [27.[IV.1871] // Чардара // Andrena ravicollis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975; ZMMU]. However, the label date does not correspond the date [25.III.1871] mentioned for the type series by Morawitz (1876).

Current status

Andrena (Ulandrena) abbreviata Dours, 1873 (according to Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2002).

Distribution

Southern Balkans, Cyprus, Turkey, Levant, Caucasus, Ukraine, Russia, Central Asia.

Andrena rufilabris Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 39

Andrena rufilabris Morawitz, 1876: 162 (key), 180, ♀.

Type locality

NW of Bairkum (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Katty-Kurgan; Kazakhstan: Karak steppe.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 5.[V.1871] // Каракск.[ая] степь [Kazakhstan, Karak steppe, NW of Bairkum, ≈ 42°46'N, 67°24'E] // Andrena rufilabris Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena rufilabris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 39. 

Andrena rufilabris Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(2 ♀). 2 ♀, 29.[VI.1869] and 6.[V.1869] // Катты Курганъ // Andrena satra, D.A. Sidorov det., 2022 // Paralectotypus, Andrena rufilabris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Simandrena) sarta Morawitz, 1876 (according to Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2002: 660).

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena rufina Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 40

Andrena rufina Morawitz, 1876: 162, 165 (key), 167, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Anzob (Tajikistan).

Published (original) locality

Tajikistan: Anzob.

Lectotype

♂, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2005: 204, 20.VI.1870 // Ягнобъ [Tajikistan, Yagnob River near Anzob, 39°04'N, 68°52'E] // Andrena rufina Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 // Lectotypus Andrena rufina Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 40. 

Andrena rufina Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A genitalia, dorsal view B habitus, lateral view and labels C head, frontal view D labrum, latero-dorsal view E metasoma, dorsal view F mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotype

♀, 75. // Туркест.[анский] кр.[ай] [Turkestan] // Paralectotypus, Andrena rufina Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Cnemidandrena) rufina Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena sarta Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 41

Andrena sarta Morawitz, 1876: 164 (key), 171, ♀.

Type locality

30 km SE of Kozhatogai, Turkistan Province (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: steppe between Tashkent and Syrdarya River.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, 20.[V.1871] // Степь м.[ежду] С.[ыр] [-] д.[арьей] и Т.[ашкентом] [Kazakhstan, Turkistan Province, steppe between Syrdarya River and Tashkent, 30 km SE of Kozhatogai, 41°47'N, 68°23'E] // satra Mor. [handwritten by Osytshnjuk] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 // Lectotypus Andrena sarta Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 41. 

Andrena sarta Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Simandrena) sarta Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Description of male: Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2001: 163.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena semiaenea Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 42

Andrena semiaenea Morawitz, 1876: 164 (key), 213, ♀.

Type locality

Keles River, Turkistan Province (Kazakhstan).

Published (original) locality

Kazakhstan: between Keles River and dry Keles; near Kosaral Lake; near Chardara.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 155, 23.[IV.1871] // Келесъ [Kazakhstan, Turkistan Province, Keles River] // Andrena semiaenea Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke, 1975 // Lectotypus Andrena semiaenea Morawitz, 1876, Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 42. 

Andrena semiaenea Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(4 ♀). 3 ♀, 25.IV.1871 // Чардара [Chardara] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. semiaenea Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 1 ♀, 24.[IV.1871] // Косараль [Kosaral] // Paralectotypus Andena semiaenea Mor., design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen, labelled Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Poecilandrena) semiaenea Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Listed as Lepidandrena by Osytshnjuk et al. (2008: 155). Description of male: Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2001: 167.

Distribution

Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Mongolia.

Andrena smaragdina Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 43

Andrena smaragdina Morawitz, 1876: 164, 165 (key), 211, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Samarkand (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Samarkand.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, Самаркандъ [Uzbekistan, Samarkand, 39°39'N, 66°57'E] // Andrena smaragdina Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena smaragdina Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena smaragdina Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000293 [ZISP].

Figure 43. 

Andrena smaragdina Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(2 ♀, 1 ♂). 1 ♀, 28.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ // Andrena smaragdina Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label>; 1 ♀, 1 ♂, 10., 28.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ // Paralectotypus Andrena smaragdina Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Notandrena) smaragdina Morawitz, 1876.

Remarks

Listed as Poecilandrena by Osytshnjuk et al. (2005: 28).

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan.

Andrena sogdiana Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 44

Andrena sogdiana Morawitz, 1876: 165 (key), 177, ♂.

Type locality

Samarkand (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Samarkand.

Lectotype (designated here)

♂, 11.[IV.1869] // Самаркандъ [Uzbekistan, Samarkand, 39°39'N, 66°57'E] // Andrena sogdiana Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena sogdiana Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Andrena oralis, ♂, D.A. Sidorov det. 2022 // Lectotypus Andrena sogdiana Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000292 [ZISP].

Figure 44. 

Andrena sogdiana Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, latero-dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Orandrena) oralis Morawitz, 1876 (according to Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2001: 150).

Remarks

There is a male specimen labelled by Warncke as a “Lectotypus” (3.[IV.1869] // Самарканд // Andrena sogdiana Mor.[handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975; ZMMU). However, the label date does not correspond the date [11.IV.1869] mentioned for the type series by Morawitz (1876).

Distribution

Europe, Russia (to the Urals), Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena sordida Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 45

Andrena sordida Morawitz, 1876: 163, 166 (key), 173, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: near Tashkent.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 161, 5.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena sordida Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena sordida Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 // <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 45. 

Andrena sordida Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(83 ♀, 2 ♂). 1 ♀, 1 ♂, the same label as in the lectotype; 4 ♀, Ташкентъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // sordida [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. sordida Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 78 ♀, 1 ♂, 1., 3., 5., 8.[IV.1871], 28.[III.1871] // Ташкентъ // Paralectotypus Andrena sordida Mor. design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 // <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Leucandrena) sordidella Viereck, 1918, replacement name for A. sordida Morawitz, 1876 (nec Apis sordida Scopoli, 1763; nec Apis sordida Gmelin, 1790).

Distribution

Uzbekistan.

Andrena subaenescens Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 46

Andrena subaenescens Morawitz, 1876: 164, 166 (key) 207, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Samarkand (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Samarkand.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, <golden circle> // 27.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ [Uzbekistan, Samarkand, 39°39'N, 66°57'E] // subaenescens Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andrena subaenescens Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena subaenescens Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000255 [ZISP].

Figure 46. 

Andrena subaenescens Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(8 ♀, 1 ♂). 3 ♀, 27.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. sordida Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 1 ♀, 27.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ // Andrena subaenescens Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke, 1975 <red label>; 4 ♀, 1 ♂. 27., 28.[II–18.III.1869] // Самаркандъ // Paralectotypus Andrena subaenescens Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et. al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Poecilandrena) subaenescens Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Uzbekistan.

Andrena temporalis Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 47

Andrena temporalis Morawitz, 1876: 165 (key), 204, ♂.

Type locality

Samarkand (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Samarkand.

Lectotype

♂, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2005: 151, 20.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ [Uzbekistan, Samarkand, 39°39'N, 66°57'E] // Andrena temporalis Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus, Andrena temporalis Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 // <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 47. 

Andrena temporalis Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(7 ♂). 1 ♂, <golden circle> // 20.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ // temporalis Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 1 ♂, Самаркандъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Andrena temporalis F. Morawitz, ♂ [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. temporalis Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 5 ♂, 16., 20.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ // Paralectotypus, Andrena temporalis Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 et al. <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Notandrena) hieroglyphica Morawitz, 1876 (synonymised by Osytshnjuk 1984: 3).

Distribution

Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan.

Andrena tuberculiventris Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 48

Andrena tuberculiventris Morawitz, 1876: 166 (key), 184, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent.

Lectotype (designated here)

♂, 10.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena tuberculiventris Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena tuberculiventris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 48. 

Andrena tuberculiventris Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(3 ♂). 1 ♂, <golden circle> // 10.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // tuberculiventris Mor. Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. tuberculiventris Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 2 ♂, 10.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ // Paralectotypus Andrena tuberculiventris Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Parandrenella) tuberculiventris Morawitz, 1876 (according to Scheuchl et al. 2011: 225).

Remarks

Listed as Andrena (Parandrenella) bicarinata Morawitz, 1876 by Gusenleitner and Schwarz (2002: 123).

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan.

Andrena turkestanica Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 49

Andrena turkestanica Morawitz, 1876: 162, 166 (key), 192, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Urgut, Zeravshan River valley (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Zeravshan River valley; steppe between Ulus and Dzham.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, Верхн.[ий] Заравш.[ан] [Uzbekistan, Zeravshan River valley, near Urgut, 39°24'N, 67°13'E] // turkestanica F. Mor. ♀, [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. turkestanica Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena turkestanica Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000285 [ZISP].

Figure 49. 

Andrena turkestanica Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(3 ♀). 2 ♀, <golden circle> // Верхн. Заравш. // turkestanica Mor. Typ. ♀ [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. turkestanica Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 1 ♀, 12.[V.1869] // Верхн. Заравш. // Andrena turkestanica Mor. // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Paralectotypus Andrena turkestanica Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Melanapis) fuscosa Erichson, 1835 (synonymised by Warncke 1967: 315).

Remarks

Listed as “turcestanica” by Gusenleitner and Schwarz (2002: 303).

Distribution

Europe, North Africa, Russia (Dagestan Rep.), Caucasus, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asia, India.

Andrena urmitana Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 50

Andrena urmitana Morawitz, 1876: 165 (key), 175, ♂.

Type locality

Urmetan (Tajikistan).

Published (original) locality

Tajikistan: near Urmitan [Urmetan].

Holotype

♂, 2.[V.1869] // Урмитанъ [Tajikistan, Urmetan, 39°26'N, 68°15'E] // Andrena urmitana Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Holotypus Andrena urmitana Mor., 1876 <red label> [ZMMU].

Figure 50. 

Andrena urmitana Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, male A genitalia, dorsal view B habitus, lateral view and labels C head, frontal view D labrum, dorsal view E T1–T3, dorsal view F mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Current status

Andrena (Nobandrena) acutilabris Morawitz, 1876 (according to Gusenleitner and Schwarz 2002: 410).

Distribution

Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Andrena virescens Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 51

Andrena virescens Morawitz, 1876: 164, 165 (key), 209, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: near Samarkand, near Tashkent, between Tashkent and Keless River.

Lectotype (designated here)

♀, Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // virescens Mor., ♀ [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. virescens Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> // Lectotypus Andrena virescens Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <red label> // Zoological Institute St. Petersburg INS_HYM_0000254 [ZISP].

Figure 51. 

Andrena virescens Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D metasoma, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(7 ♀, 8 ♂). 4 ♂, 27., 28.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. virescens Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <red label> [ZISP]; 1 ♂, 27.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ // Andrena virescens Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke, 1975 <red label>; 5 ♀, 1 ♂, 10., 23., 24.[III.1871], 8.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ; 1 ♀, 2 ♂, 27.[II.1869] // Самаркандъ ; 1 ♀, 22.[IV.1871] // Келесъ // // Paralectotypus, Andrena virescens Morawitz, 1876, design. Astafurova et al., 2022 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Poecilandrena) virescens Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan.

Andrena viridigastra Morawitz, 1876

Fig. 52

Andrena viridigastra Morawitz, 1876: 164, 165 (key), 206, ♀, ♂.

Type locality

Tashkent (Uzbekistan).

Published (original) locality

Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Samarkand.

Lectotype

♀, designated by Osytshnjuk et al. 2008: 220, 28.[II.1871] // Ташкентъ [Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 41°18'N, 69°16'E] // Andrena viridigastra Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Lectotypus Warncke 1975 <red label> // Lectotypus, Andrena viridigastra Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2008 // <red label, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Figure 52. 

Andrena viridigastra Morawitz, 1876, lectotype, female A habitus, lateral view and labels B head, frontal view C labrum, dorsal view D T1–T3, dorsal view E mesosoma, dorsal view. Scale bar: 1.0 mm.

Paralectotypes

(29 ♀, 32 ♂). 1 ♀, <golden circle>, 16.[III.1869] // Самаркандъ // viridigastra Mor., ♀, Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 2 ♀, 27.[II.1871] // Ташкентъ [Tashkent] // к.[оллекция] Ф. Моравица [Collection of F. Morawitz] // viridigastra Mor. [handwritten by F. Morawitz]; 1 ♂, <golden circle> // 16.[III.1871] // Ташкентъ // viridigastra Mor. ♂, Typ. [handwritten by F. Morawitz] // Paralectotypus Andr. viridigastra Mor., design. Osychnjuk, 1980 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen> [ZISP]; 20 ♀, 14 ♂, 28.[II.1871], 16., 23., 24., 25., 27.[III.1871], 5., 8., 10., 11.[IV.1871] // Ташкентъ; 6 ♀, 17 ♂, 16., 18., 21., 25[III.1869] // Самаркандъ // Paralectotypus, Andrena viridigastra Morawitz, 1876, design. Osytshnjuk et al., 2005 <identical red labels on each paralectotype specimen, labelled by Yu. Astafurova> [ZMMU].

Current status

Andrena (Melandrena) viridigastra Morawitz, 1876.

Distribution

Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

Acknowledgements

We are grateful to A.V. Antropov (ZMMU) for assisting during the work in the ZMMU. We also thank A.S. Lelej (Vladivostok, Russia) and T.J. Wood (Mons, Belgium) for careful review of the manuscript and comments that improved the text. This investigation was supported by the Russian Funds for Basic Research (grant number 20–54–44014), and the state research projects 122031100272-3 and 121031000151-3.

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