Bombus

Bombus

Taxonomic Children

Total: 258

Bombus abnormis (Tkalcu, 1968), Bombus affinis Cresson, 1863, Bombus alpinus (Linnaeus, 1758), Bombus amurensis Radoszkowski, 1862, Bombus anachoreta (Skorikov, 1914), Bombus appositus Cresson, 1878, Bombus ardens Smith, 1879, Bombus argillaceus (Scopoli, 1763), Bombus armeniacus Radoszkowski, 1877, Bombus ashtoni (Cresson, 1864), Bombus asiaticus Morawitz, 1875, Bombus atratus Franklin 1913, Bombus atripes Smith, 1852, Bombus auricomus (Robertson, 1903), Bombus avanus (Skorikov, 1938), Bombus avinoviellus (Skorikov, 1914), Bombus baeri Vachal, 1904, Bombus balteatus Dahlbom, 1832, Bombus barbutellus (Kirby, 1802), Bombus beaticola (Tkalcu, 1968), Bombus bellardii (Gribodo, 1892), Bombus bellicosus Smith, 1879, Bombus bicoloratus Smith, 1879, Bombus bifarius Cresson, 1878, Bombus bimaculatus Cresson, 1863, Bombus biroi Vogt, 1911, Bombus bohemicus Seidl, 1837, Bombus borealis Kirby, 1837, Bombus braccatus Friese, 1905, Bombus brachycephalus Handlirsch 1888, Bombus branickii (Radoszkowski, 1893), Bombus brasiliensis Lepeletier, 1835, Bombus breviceps Smith, 1852, Bombus brevivillus Franklin, 1913, Bombus brodmannicus Vogt, 1909, Bombus californicus Smith, 1854, Bombus caliginosus (Frison, 1927), Bombus campestris (Panzer, 1801), Bombus centralis Cresson, 1864, Bombus chinensis (Morawitz, 1890), Bombus cingulatus Wahlberg, 1854, Bombus citrinus (Smith, 1854), Bombus coccineus Friese, 1903, Bombus cockerelli Franklin, 1913, Bombus confusus Schenck, 1859, Bombus consobrinus Dahlbom, 1832, Bombus convexus Wang, 1979, Bombus coreanus (Yasumatsu, 1934), Bombus cornutus (Frison, 1933), Bombus crotchii Cresson, 1878, Bombus cullumanus (Kirby, 1802), Bombus czerskii Skorikov, 1910, Bombus dahlbomii Guérin-Méneville, 1835, Bombus defector Skorikov, 1910, Bombus deuteronymus Schulz, 1906, Bombus digressus (Milliron 1962), Bombus diligens Smith 1861, Bombus distinguendus Morawitz, 1869, Bombus diversus Smith, 1869, Bombus ecuadorius Meunier, 1890, Bombus ephippiatus Say, 1837, Bombus excellens Smith, 1879, Bombus exil (Skorikov, 1923), Bombus eximius Smith, 1852, Bombus expolitus (Tkalcu, 1989), Bombus fedtschenkoi Morawitz, 1875, Bombus ferganicus (Radoszkowski, 1893), Bombus fernaldae (Franklin, 1911), Bombus fervidus (Fabricius, 1798), Bombus festivus Smith, 1861, Bombus filchnerae Vogt, 1908, Bombus flavescens Smith, 1852, Bombus flavidus Eversmann 1852, Bombus flavifrons Cresson, 1863, Bombus formosellus (Frison, 1934), Bombus fragrans (Pallas, 1771), Bombus franklini (Frison 1921), Bombus fraternus (Smith, 1854), Bombus frigidus Smith, 1854, Bombus friseanus Skorikov 1933, Bombus funebris Smith 1854, Bombus funerarius Smith, 1852, Bombus genalis Friese, 1918, Bombus gerstaeckeri Morawitz, 1881, Bombus grahami (Frison, 1933), Bombus griseocollis (DeGeer, 1773), Bombus guatemalensis Cockerell, 1912, Bombus haematurus Kriechbaumer, 1870, Bombus haemorrhoidalis Smith, 1852, Bombus handlirschi Friese, 1903, Bombus handlirschianus Vogt, 1909, Bombus haueri Handlirsch, 1888, Bombus hedini Bischoff, 1936, Bombus himalayanus (Skorikov, 1914), Bombus honshuensis (Tkalcu, 1968), Bombus hortorum (Linnaeus 1761), Bombus hortulanus Smith, 1904, Bombus humilis Illiger 1806, Bombus huntii Greene, 1860, Bombus hyperboreus Schönherr, 1809, Bombus hypnorum (Linnaeus, 1758), Bombus hypocrita Pérez, 1905, Bombus ignitus Smith, 1869, Bombus imitator Pittioni, 1949, Bombus impatiens Cresson, 1863, Bombus impetuosus Smith, 1871, Bombus incertus Morawitz, 1881, Bombus inexspectatus (Tkalcu, 1963), Bombus infirmus (Tkalcu, 1968), Bombus infrequens (Tkalcu, 1989), Bombus insularis (Smith, 1861), Bombus intrudens (Smith, 1861), Bombus irisanensis Cockerell, 1910, Bombus jonellus (Kirby, 1802), Bombus kashmirensis Friese, 1909, Bombus keriensis Morawitz, 1887, Bombus koreanus (Skorikov, 1933), Bombus kulingensis Cockerell, 1917, Bombus ladakhensis Richards, 1928, Bombus laesus Morawitz, 1875, Bombus lapidarius (Linnaeus, 1758), Bombus lapponicus (Fabricius, 1793), Bombus lemniscatus Skorikov, 1912, Bombus lepidus Skorikov, 1912, Bombus longipes Friese, 1905, Bombus lucorum (Linnaeus 1761), Bombus luteipes Richards, 1934, Bombus macgregori Labougle & Ayala, 1985, Bombus makarjini Skorikov, 1910, Bombus marussinus Skorikov, 1910, Bombus maxillosus Klug, 1817, Bombus medius Cresson, 1863, Bombus melaleucus Handlirsch 1888, Bombus melanopoda Cockerell, 1910, Bombus melanopygus Nylander, 1848, Bombus melanurus Lepeletier, 1835, Bombus mendax Gerstäcker, 1869, Bombus mesomelas Gerstäcker, 1869, Bombus mexicanus Cresson, 1878, Bombus miniatus Bingham, 1897, Bombus mirus (Tkalcu, 1968), Bombus mixtus Cresson, 1878, Bombus mlokosievitzii Radoszkowski, 1877, Bombus modestus Eversmann, 1852, Bombus monozonus (Friese, 1931), Bombus monticola Smith 1849, Bombus morawitzi Radoszkowski, 1876, Bombus morawitzianus (Popov, 1931), Bombus morio (Swederus, 1787), Bombus morrisoni Cresson, 1878, Bombus mucidus Gerstäcker, 1869, Bombus muscorum (Linnaeus 1758), Bombus mysticus Frison, 1925, Bombus neoboreus Sladen, 1919, Bombus nevadensis Cresson, 1874, Bombus niveatus Kriechbaumer, 1870, Bombus nobilis Friese, 1905, Bombus norvegicus (Sparre-Schneider, 1918), Bombus novus (Frison, 1933), Bombus oberti Morawitz 1883, Bombus obtusus Richards, 1951, Bombus occidentalis Greene, 1858, Bombus oceanicus Friese, 1909, Bombus opifex Smith, 1879, Bombus opulentus Smith, 1861, Bombus parthenius Richards, 1934, Bombus pascuorum (Scopoli, 1763), Bombus patagiatus Nylander, 1848, Bombus pensylvanicus (De Geer, 1773), Bombus perezi (Schulthess-Rechberg, 1886), Bombus perplexus Cresson, 1863, Bombus persicus Radoszkowski, 1881, Bombus personatus Smith, 1879, Bombus picipes Richards, 1934, Bombus pleuralis Nylander, 1848, Bombus polaris Curtis, 1835, Bombus pomorum (Panzer, 1805), Bombus portchinsky Radoszkowski, 1883, Bombus pratorum (Linnaeus, 1761), Bombus pressus (Frison, 1935), Bombus pseudobaicalensis Vogt, 1911, Bombus pullatus Franklin 1913, Bombus pyrenaeus Pérez, 1880, Bombus pyrosoma Morawitz, 1890, Bombus quadricolor (Lepeletier, 1832), Bombus religiosus (Frison, 1935), Bombus remotus (Tkalcu, 1968), Bombus richardsiellus (Tkalcu, 1968), Bombus robustus Smith 1854, Bombus rohweri (Frison, 1925), Bombus rotundiceps Friese, 1916, Bombus rubicundus Smith 1854, Bombus rubriventris Lepeletier, 1835, Bombus ruderarius (Müller, 1765), Bombus ruderatus (Fabricius, 1775), Bombus rufipes Lepeletier, 1835, Bombus rufocinctus Cresson, 1863, Bombus rufofasciatus Smith, 1852, Bombus rupestris (Fabricius, 1793), Bombus saltuarius (Skorikov, 1923), Bombus sandersoni Franklin, 1913, Bombus schrencki Morawitz, 1881, Bombus securus (Frison, 1935), Bombus semenovianus (Skorikov, 1914), Bombus semenoviellus Skorikov, 1910, Bombus senex Vollenhoven, 1873, Bombus shaposhnikovi Skorikov, 1910, Bombus sibiricus (Fabricius, 1781), Bombus sichelii Radoszkowski, 1860, Bombus simillimus Smith 1852, Bombus sitkensis Nylander, 1848, Bombus skorikovi (Popov, 1927), Bombus sololensis Franklin, 1913, Bombus sonani (Frison, 1934), Bombus sonorus Say, 1837, Bombus soroeensis (Fabricius, 1777), Bombus sporadicus Nylander, 1848, Bombus steindachneri Handlirsch, 1888, Bombus subterraneus (Linnaeus, 1758), Bombus subtypicus (Skorikov, 1914), Bombus suckleyi Greene, 1860, Bombus sulfureus Friese, 1905, Bombus superbus (Tkalcu, 1968), Bombus supremus Morawitz, 1887, Bombus sushkini (Skorikov, 1931), Bombus sylvarum (Linnaeus, 1761), Bombus sylvestris (Lepeletier, 1832), Bombus sylvicola Kirby, 1837, Bombus tanguticus Morawitz, 1887, Bombus ternarius Say, 1837, Bombus terrestris (Linnaeus 1758), Bombus terricola Kirby, 1837, Bombus tibetanus (Morawitz, 1887), Bombus tichenkoi (Skorikov, 1923), Bombus transversalis (Olivier, 1789), Bombus tricornis Radoszkowski, 1888, Bombus trifasciatus Smith 1852, Bombus trinominatus Dalla Torre, 1890, Bombus tschitscherini Radoszkowski, 1860, Bombus tucumanus Vachal, 1904, Bombus tunicatus Smith, 1852, Bombus turkestanicus Skorikov, 1910, Bombus turneri (Richards, 1929), Bombus unicus Morawitz, 1883, Bombus ussurensis Radoszkowski, 1877, Bombus vagans Smith, 1854, Bombus vandykei (Frison 1927), Bombus variabilis (Cresson, 1872), Bombus velox (Skorikov, 1914), Bombus vestalis (Geoffroy, 1785), Bombus veteranus (Fabricius, 1793), Bombus vogti Friese, 1903, Bombus vosnesenskii Radoszkowski, 1862, Bombus waltoni Cockerell, 1910, Bombus weisi Friese, 1903, Bombus wilmattae Cockerell, 1912, Bombus wurflenii Radoszkowski, 1860, Bombus zonatus Smith, 1854

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