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Mnemonic iBOMLA
Taxon identifier i30192
Scientific name iBombus lapidarius
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Common name iRed-tailed bumblebee
Synonym iApis lapidaria
Other names i›Bombus (Melanobombus) lapidarius
›Bombus (Pyrobombus) lapidarius
›Bombus lapidarius (Linnaeus, 1758)
›Pyrobombus lapidarius
Rank iSPECIES
Lineage icellular organisms
   › Eukaryota
     › Opisthokonta
       › Metazoa
         › Eumetazoa
           › Bilateria
             › Protostomia
               › Ecdysozoa
                 › Panarthropoda
                   › Arthropoda
                     › Mandibulata
                       › Pancrustacea
                         › Hexapoda
                           › Insecta
                             › Dicondylia
                               › Pterygota
                                 › Neoptera
                                   › Holometabola
                                     › Hymenoptera
                                       › Apocrita
                                         › Aculeata
                                           › Apoidea
                                             › Apidae
                                               › Bombinae
                                                 › Bombini
                                                   › Bombus
                                                     › Melanobombus
See alsoanimaldiversity.org
delta-intkey.com
www.arthurgrosset.com
www.bumblebee.org
www.bwars.com
www.eakringbirds.com
www.nhm.ac.uk
www.nhm.ac.uk
www.nhm.ac.uk
bugguide.net
en.wikipedia.org
en.wikipedia.org
www.biolib.cz
www.naturespot.org.uk
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