CONTENTS A— GENERAL.................. 3 Introduction................. 3 Classification and characters............. 5 Host relationship................ 7 Distribution ................. 7 Material.................. 10 Acknowledgements................ 11 Β — SYSTEMATIC.................. 11 I. White-spotted species mainly restricted to continental Asia .... 11 II. Blue-spotted species, exclusive of those occurring in the Papuan faunal region and Australia.............. 30 Key to the males of East Asiatic species of Thyreus Panzer . . . 163 III. Australo-Papuan species............. 169 Key to the Australo-Papuan species of Thyreus Panzer..... 170 IV. Species incertae sedis............204, 211 C— CATALOGUE OF INDO-AUSTRALIAN Thyreus PANZER, AND INDEX .... 206 A — GENERAL Introduction This paper is a continuation of two published under the same title. A chronological reference list of all regional forms of the genus Thyreus is contained in the first part of this revision (1958, Nova Guinea, new ser., 9 : 21-30). The second part, dealing with a single species of eastern distribution, T. nitidulus (F.), was published one year later in the same journal (1959, new ser., 10 : 99-130). A few species omitted from the first list are

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Lieftinck, M.A. (1962). Revision of the Indo-Australian species of the genus Thyreus Panzer (= Crocisa Jurine) (Hym., Apoidea, Anthophoridae) Part 3. Oriental and Australian species. Zoologische Verhandelingen, 53(1), 1–212.