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Epicharis rustica

Prey / Diet

Dipteryx odorata (Dutch Tonka Bean)[1]
Jacaranda copaia[1]

Prey / Diet Overlap

Competing SpeciesCommon Prey Count
Ara chloropterus (Red-and-green Macaw)1
Ara macao (Scarlet Macaw)1
Artibeus jamaicensis (Jamaican fruit-eating bat)1
Centris flavifrons1
Centris similis1
Eulaema meriana2
Eulaema nigrita2
Xylocopa frontalis2

Consumers

Pollinator of 
Banisteriopsis muricata[2]
Byrsonima coccolobifolia (locustberry)[2]
Byrsonima laxiflora[2]
Byrsonima subterranea[2]
Byrsonima umbellata[2]
Byrsonima verbascifolia[2]
Dipteryx odorata (Dutch Tonka Bean)[1]
Tetrapterys ramiflora[2]

Distribution

Middle America;

Photos

Citations

Attributes / relations provided by 1THE IMPORTANCE OF SOLITARY BEES ON THE REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF TIMBER TREES AT THE TAPAJÓS NATIONAL FOREST, BRAZIL, Márcia Motta Maués, Milene Silva de Souza, Milton Kanashiro, Solitary Bees – Conservation, Rearing and Management for Pollination, International Workshop on Solitary Bees and Their Role in Pollination, held in Beberibe, Ceará, Brazil, in April 2004, pp. 241-254 2OIL-COLLECTING BEES AND RELATED PLANTS: A REVIEW OF THE STUDIES IN THE LAST TWENTY YEARS AND CASE HISTORIES OF PLANTS OCCURRING IN NE BRAZIL, Isabel Cristina Machado, Solitary Bees – Conservation, Rearing and Management for Pollination, International Workshop on Solitary Bees and Their Role in Pollination, held in Beberibe, Ceará, Brazil, in April 2004, pp. 255-280
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