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derivata du Buysson. Que., N. H., Mass., N. J., Pa., Md., N. C., Ill., Minn.,

Mo. Hosts: Ancistrocerus catskill halophilus Vier., Euodynerus

foraminatus scutellaris (Sauss.).
Taxonomy: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p. 160, fig. 7.
dorsalis Aaron. Delete Fla. from distribution. Host: Photopsis sp.

Taxonomy: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p. 146, fig. 5.
equidens Viereck. N. C., Tex., Kans., Nebr.

Taxonomy: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, pp. 145-146, fig. 6. fabricii Mocsáry. Delete from North American fauna (teste Bohart, 1962.

Acta Hym. 1: 375). falsifica Buysson. Syn. of lauta Cresson. fuscipennis Brullé. Calif. (Sacramento and Stanislaus Counties). Host: Sce

liphron caementarium (Dru.). Biology: Stage, 1960. Pan-Pacific Ent. 36: 191-195, 1 pl. inaequidens Dahlbom. Over most of U. S., N. Y. to Wash. and south into

Mexico (Chihuahua). Hosts: Euodynerus megaera (Lep.), E. foraminatus scutellaris (Sauss.) and E. foraminatus apopkensis

(Robt.). Transf. from Chrysis subg. Pyria Lepeletier & Serville, Chrysis (Pyria) texana Gribodo (syn. by Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1:

368, fig. 14). Biology: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, pp. 161-163 (recorded as fabri

cii Mocs.).—Moore and Parker, 1962. Pan-Pacific Ent. 38: 14. inflata Aaron. Host: Ancistrocerus lineativentris Cam., A. tuberculiceps sut

terianus (Sauss.) intricata Brullé. Tex. (Brownsville); Mexico south to French Guiana.

Transf. from Chrysis subg. Pyria Lepeletier & Serville, p. 725. *Chrysis smidti Dahlbom, 1845. Hym. Europaea 2: 317. 9. Chrysis (Pyria) cognata Gribodo (syn. by Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1:

368, fig. 16).
*Chrysis proxima Cameron, 1888. Biol. Cent-Amer., Hym., v. 1, p. 465. $.
*Chrysis schulthessi Mocsáry, 1889. Monog. Chrysid., p. 572. @
*Chrysis aenescens Mocsáry, 1889. Monog. Chrysid., p. 577. $.

*Chrysis aperta du Buysson, 1897. Ann. Soc. Ent. France 66: 559. ģ.
kahli Viereck. Syn. of propria Aaron.
laminifera Bischoff. Ark.

Taxonomy: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p. 143, fig. 3.
lauta Cresson. N. C., Miss., x., ans., Nebr., Colo., N. Mex., Ariz.;

Mexico (Morelos, Jalisco). Transfer pulcherrima Cresson to syn.

of *coloradica Bohart. Host: Anthidium porterae Ckll. Chrysis (Chrysis) falsi fica Buysson (syn. by Bohart, 1964. Biol. Soc.

Wash. Proc. 77: 224).
*Chrysis (Tetrachrysis) clypeata Mocsáry, 1889. Monog. Chrysid., p. 393.

i. (Syn. by Bohart, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 224.)
Biology: Custer, 1928. Ent. News 39: 123-134.
montana Aaron.

Taxonomy: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p. 145.
nana Mocsáry. Syn. of aaroni Mocsáry. Transf. from Chrysis subg. Pyria

Lepeletier & Serville. p. 725.
nitidula Fabricius. Host: Ancistrocerus c. catskill (Sauss.), Euodynerus

f. foraminatus (Sauss.).
Biology: Medler, 1964. Ent. Soc. Wash. Proc. 66: 209-215.
*oraria Bohart. Ariz., Tex,

Chrysis oraria Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1: 370. 7, 9.
pattonella Viereck. Syn. of propria Aaron.

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pattoni Aaron. Host: Ancistrocerus spilogaster Cam. Chrysis (Chrysis) decepta Rohwer (syn. by Krombein, 1957. Ent. News

68: 191). pellucidula Aaron. N. Y., Pa., Calif. Host: Trypoxylon t. tridentatum Pack.

Biology: Hicks, 1934. Univ. Colo. Studies ži: 267. * praestans du Buysson. Ky., Colo. to Tex., west to Wash. and Calif.; West

Indies (Grenada).
Chrysis praestans du Buysson, 1898. Rev. Ent. Caen 17: 144. 9.

Taxonomy: Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1: 370, fig. 8. *prolata Bohart. Kans., Wis.

Chrysis prolata Bohart, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 229. 9. propria Aaron. Chrysis (Chrysis) kahli Viereck (syn. by Krombein, 1957, loc. cit. supra,

p. 191). Chrysis (Chrysis) pattonella Viereck (syn. by Krombein, 1957, loc. cit.

supra, p. 191). provancheri Schulz. S. Dak., B. C. *rivalis Bohart. Calif., Oreg., Idaho, Wyo., Utah, Colo., Nev.

Chrysis rivalis Bohart, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 229, figs. 4, 22,

23. 8,

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serrata Taylor. Wash., Calif., Nev., N. Mex., Utah, Mich. Transf. from

Chrysis subg. Pyria Lepeletier & Serville, p. 725. Taxonomy: Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1: 371, fig. 12. smaragdula Fabricius. Ariz. Host: Monobia quadridens (L.). Transf, from

Chrysis subg. Pyria Lepeletier & Serville, p. 725.
Biology: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, p. 163.

Taxonomy: Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1: 371, fig. 13. *stenodyneri Krombein. N. Y. south to Fla., Ind., Mo., Kans. Hosts: Steno

dynerus ammonia histrionalis (Robt.), S. krombeini Boh., S. linea

tifrons Boh. Chrysis (Chrysis) stenodyneri Krombein, 1958. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans.

84: 151, figs. 1, 2, 8. 4, f. Biology: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, pp. 155-160. *tensa Bohart. Calif., Ariz., N. Mex., Tex., Utah; Mexico (Sonora, Chihua

hua). Chrysis tensa Bohart, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 230, figs. 2, 14, 15.

Ô, P. tenuicornis Taylor. Oreg., Calif., N. Mex.; Mexico (Baja California).

Taxonomy: Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1: 373, figs. 3, 15. texana Gribodo. Syn. of inaequidens Dahlbom. *tularensis Bohart. Calif. (Tulare Co.).

Chrysis tularensis Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1: 373, figs. 4, 6. Ô, f. *vagabunda Bohart. Calif., Oreg., Wash., Nev., Utah. Chrysis vagabunda Bohart, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 225, figs. 24,

25. Ô, f. *venustella Bohart. Calif., Nev., Wash. Chrysis venusiella Bohart, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 235, figs. 9,

12. ô, . *vibex Bohart. Calif., Ariz., N. Mex., Tex.; Mexico (Chihuahua, Nuevo Leon,

Jalisco). Chrysis vibex Bohart, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 231, figs. 1, 7, 11,

16. 6, . *wasbaueri Bohart. Generally distributed over U.S., Mass. to Wash., south to

Mexico (Chihuahua, Nueva Leon). Chrysis wasbaueri Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1: 372, figs. 11, 22, 23, 24. Ô, 9.

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xerophila Bohart. Calif.
Chrysis xerophila Bohart, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 226, figs. 3,
20, 21, 3, *.

Chrysis subgenus Pyria Lepeletier and Serville, p. 725
Delete this heading and transfer component species to Chrysis subg.
Chrysis Linnaeus, pp. 722-725 (teste Bohart, 1962. Acta Hym. 1: 362).

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*Genus NEOCHRYSIS Linsenmaier Pleurocera subg. Neochrysis Linsenmaier, 1959. Schweiz. Ent. Ges. Mitt.

32: 74.

Type: Chrysis punctatissima Spinola. Orig. desig. Place after Chrysis subg. Chrysis Linnaeus, p. 725. Raised to generic rank (teste Bohart and Menke, 1963. Univ. Calif. Pubs. Ent. 30: 108). *panamensis (Cameron). Md.; Panama. Chrysis panamensis Cameron, 1888. Biol. Cent.-Amer., Hym. 1, p. 464, pl.

20, fig. 8.
Chrysis (Chrysis) alabamensis Mocsáry (transf. from Chrysis and syn. by

Bohart and Menke, 1963, loc. cit. supra, p. 108).
Biology and Taxonomy: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, pp. 147-149, fig.

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Genus PARNOPES Latreille, pp. 725-726
Revision: Telford, 1964. Univ. Calif. Pubs. Ent. 36: 1-42, 5 pls., 1 text

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arizonensis Viereck. Syn. of concinnus Viereck.
* borregoensis Telford. Southern Calif.
Parnopes borregoensis Telford, 1964. Univ. Calif. Pubs. Ent. 36: 9, pl. 1,

fig. 2. 9, 4.
*boutheryi Bréthes. Syn. of edwardsii (Cresson).
chrysoprasinus Smith. N. Y. south to Fla., west to Wis. and Tex.
concinnus Viereck. Calif. to western Tex., Nev.; Mexico (Baja California,

Jalisco).
Parnopes arizonensis Viereck (syn. by Telford, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p.

11).
*Parnopes digueti du Buysson, 1904. Rev. d'Ent. Caen 23: 274. g. (Syn.

by Telford, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 11.) diadema Viereck. Syn. of fulvicornis fulvicornis Cameron. *digueti du Buysson. Syn. of concinnus Viereck. edwardsii (Cresson). Change edwardsi in specific heading in Catalog to ed

wardsii. Alaska to California, east to the Rocky Mts.; Mexico

(Baja California). Host: Steniolia obliqua (Cr.). *Parnopes boutheryi Brèthes, 1902. Mus. Nac. Buenos Aires An. 8 (3):

287. 4, 8. (Syn. by Telford, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 6.) Parnopes hageni Viereck (syn. by Telford, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 6). Parnopes henshawi Viereck (syn. by Telford, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 6).

Biology: Evans and Gillaspy, 1964. Amer. Midland Nat. 72: 277, fig. 14. excurvatus Viereck. Calif., Nev., Ariz. In orig. citation change to "P" = . festivus Cockerell. Ariz. to western Tex.; Mexico (Chihuahua). *fulvicornis atlanticus Krombein. Md., Va., N. C., ? Fla. Host: ? Microbem

bex monodonta (Say). Parnopes westcottii atlanticus Krombein, 1958. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans.

84: 164, 6, . (Made a subsp. of fulvicornis by Telford, 1964. loc.

cit. supra, p. 19.)
Biology: Krombein, 1958, loc. cit. supra, pp. 166-167.

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*fulvicornis fulvicornis Cameron, changed status. Idaho and Iowa south to

Calif. and Tex., and further south to Guatemala. Parnopes fulvicornis Cameron, 1888. Biol. Cent.-Amer. Hym., v. 1, p.

466, pl. 20, figs. 1, la. f. (Reduced to subsp. rank, teste Telford,

1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 16.) Parnopes westcottii Melander and Brues (syn. by Telford, 1964, loc. cit.

supra, p. 16). Parnopes diadema Viereck (syn. under typical westcottii by Krombein,

1958. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans. 84: 164). Parnopes iaeniata Viereck (syn. by Telford, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 16). hageni Viereck. Syn. of edwardsii (Cresson). henshawi Viereck. Syn. of edwardsii (Cresson). taeniata Viereck. A syn. of fulvicornis fulvicornis Cameron. westcottii Melander and Brues. Syn. cf fulvicornis fulvicornis Cameron.

Genus CLEPTES Latreille, pp. 726 purpuratus Cresson. Host: Neodiprion sp.

Biology: Dahlsten, 1961. Canad. Ent. 93: 192-193. *semiauratus (Linnaeus). New Jersey (Metuchen); introduced from Europe,

Sphex semiaurata Linnaeus, 1761. Fauna Suec., Ed. 2, p. 413. g. *Cleptes pallipes Lepeletier, 1806. Mus. Hist. Nat. Ann. 7: 119, pl. 8, fig.

1. 9. * Cleptes diana Mocsáry, 1889. Monog. Chrysid., p. 46. 8.

Genus MESITIOPTERUS Ashmead, p. 726 *floridensis Krombein. Fla. (Gainesville). Mesitiopterus floridensis Krombein, 1960. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans. 86: 28,

fig. 6. Ô, f. kahlii Ashmead. Ariz. (Portal).

*Genus MICROSEGA Krombein Microsega Krombein, 1960. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans. 86: 31.

Type: Microsega bella Krombein. By monotypy and orig. desig. Place in Amiseginae (Sup. 1, p. 96) after Mesitiopterus. *bella Krombein. Tex. (Cameron Co.). Microsega bella Krombein, 1960. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans. 86: 32, figs. 1,

2, 5. 9.

Genus ADELPHE Mocsáry, Sup. 1, p. 96 anisomorphae Krombein. Ga., Fla., La. Host: Anisomorpha ferruginea

(Beauv.), eggs. Adelphe anisomorphae Krombein, 1960. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans. 86: 35,

fig. 3. &, 4.

Family BETHYLIDAE Taxonomy: Evans, 1964. Mus. Compar. Zool. Bul. 132: 1-222, 144 figs. (synopsis of American spp.).

*Subfamily EPYRINAE
* Tribe CEPHALONOMIINI

Genus CEPHALONOMIA Westwood, p. 727 *Cephalonomia subg. Cephaloderma_Hoffer, 1936. Festchr. Embrik

Strand, vol. 1, p. 459. (Syn. by Evans, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 159.)
Type: Cephalonomia (Cephaloderma) strandi Hoffer.

monotypy.

gallicola (Ashmead). *Cephalonomia (Cephaloderma) strandi Hoffer, 1936. Festschr. Embrik

Strand, vol. 1, p. 460. 4. (Syn. by Evans, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p.

159.) hyalinipennis Ashmead. Mass. Host: Conophthorus coniperda (Schw.). *perpusilla Evans. Oreg., Calif., Ariz.; Mexico (Baja California, Nayarit).

Host: Ciid beetle larvae in fungi. Cephalonomia perpusilla Evans, 1963. Psyche 70: 152. ô, f. utahensis Brues. _Hosts: Conophthorus radiatae Hopk. and Ernobius punctu

latus Fall.
Biology: Schaefer, 1962. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 55: 574-575, fig. 6.

Genus PLASTANOXUS Kieffer Transferred from p. 731. chittendenii (Ashmead). Transcont. in U. S. and southern Canada. *incompletus Evans. Ariz. (Mesa). Plastanoxus incompletus Evans, 1964. Mus. Compar. Zool. Bul. 132:

152. 4. laevis (Ashinead). Brazil (?). westwoodi (Kieffer). Widely distributed in U. S.; Africa; probably cosmopoli

tan.

*Tribe SCLERODERMINI

*Genus NESEPYRIS Bridwell Nesepyris Bridwell, 1920. Hawaiian Ent. Soc. Proc. 4: 309.

Type: Nesepyris ewa Bridwell. By monotypy. Place before Glenoseina Kieffer, p. 727. *floridanus Evans. Fla.; Mexico. Nesepyris virginianus Evans, 1964. Mus. Compar. Zool. Bul. 132: 164,

111, 112. . *virginianus Evans. Md., Va. Nesepy ris virginianus Evans, 1964. Mus. Compar. Zool. Bul. 132: 164,

fig. 110. .

Genus GLENOSEMA Kieffer, p. 727 californicus (Bridwell). Transfer to syn. of Bethylus decipiens (Pro

vancher), p. 732. *crandalli Evans. Ariz. (Santa Catalina Mts.). Glenosema crandalli Evans, 1964. Mus. Compar. Zool. Bul. 132: 170, fig. 116. 9.

Genus SCLERODERMA Latreille, p. 728
*Neoscleroderma Kieffer, 1905. Soc. Sci. Bruxelles Ann. 29: 106. (Syn.

by Evans, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 174.).
Type: Ateleopterus virginiensis Ashmead. Desig. by Kieffer,

1914.

*Tribe EPYRINI

Genus LAELIUS Ashmead, p. 728 utilis Cockerell. Ont.

EPYRIS subgenus EPYRIS Westwood

(=Genus Epyris Westwood, pp. 728-729) *Muellerella Saussure, 1892. In Grandidier, Hist. Nat. Madagascar 20:

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