New records for Halictus leucaheneus in the Netherlands (Hymenoptera: Apidae s.l.) On August 27, 2005 two females of the rare bee Halictus leucaheneus arenosus were caught near Venlo (province of Limburg). At the beginning of the 20th century the species was widespread throughout the southeastern part of the country. This is the second record since 1980.

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Smit, J., & Pijfers, H. (2006). Nieuwe vondsten van de zuidelijke gouden groefbij Halictus leucaheneus in Nederland (Hymenoptera: Apidae s.l.). Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen, 24, 21–24.