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An annotated list of 31 species of the genus Andrena newly recorded from Republic of Khakassia is given. Among them one species A. atrata Friese, 1887 is newly recorded from Siberia. Now the fauna of Andrena of Khakassia includes 32 species which is more that was registered in adjacent territories, namely Tuva (where 19 species was registered), Krasnoyarsk Territory (14 species), and Altai (10 species). We supposed to find more 10-15 species of Andrena in Khakassia, which should be spring and early summer species that did not present in this paper.
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