buscar esse táxon em outros sistemas Trigona nigerrima Cresson, 1878
Common Names: "zagaño", "enredapelos", "morroco", "joloncán"

Trigona nigerrima Cresson, E. T. (1878). Descriptions of new species of North American bees. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. 30: 181-182 [181] .
Type data: holotype ANSP 2173 <F> worker.
Type locality: Mexico.


Nearctic Region: Mexico (Guerrero, Oaxaca, Tabasco, Veracruz-Llave); Neotropical Region: Belize; Colombia (Chocó, Santander, Valle del Cauca); Costa Rica (Alajuela, Limón, Puntarenas, San José); Ecuador; Guatemala (Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, Izabal, Retalhuleu, Santa Rosa, Suchitepéquez); Honduras (Cortés, Francisco Morazán, Olancho, Valle); Panama (Chiriquí, Coclé, Colón, Panamá); Panama Canal Zone


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J. M. F. Camargo & S. R. M. Pedro, 2013. Meliponini Lepeletier, 1836. In Moure, J. S., Urban, D. & Melo, G. A. R. (Orgs). Catalogue of Bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) in the Neotropical Region - online version. Available at Accessed Jun/19/2019

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