from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A family of melliferous or anthophilous aculeate hymenopterous insects; the typical bees, with the mouth-parts short and stout, as distinguished from the other bees, or Andrenidœ, which have a long trunk.
- Same as Apodidœ.
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