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*bifurca Schuster. Tex. (Val Verde Co., Winterhaven). Acanthophotopsis bifurca Schuster, 1958. Ent. Amer. (n.s.) 37: 13 (in

key), 98, pl. 3, fig. 3. . * dorophora Schuster. Ariz. (Tucson, Yuma). Acanthophotopsis dorophora Schuster, 1958. Ent. Amer. (n.s.) 37: 13

(in key), 104, pl. 2, fig. 1, pl. 3, fig. 2. g. *evansii Schuster. Tex. (Alpine and Chisos Mts.); Mexico (Durango). Acanthophotopsis evansii Schuster, 1958. Ent. Amer. (n.s.) 37: 12 (in

key), 93, pl. 3, fig. 1. g. *falciformis falciformis Schuster. Calif. (Palm Springs); Mexico

(Zacatecas). Acanthophotopsis falciformis falciformis Schuster, 1958. Ent. Amer.

(n.s.) 37: 13 (in key), 108, pl. 2, figs. 2, 3. ģ. * falciformis furcisterna Schuster. Ariz. (Tucson, Phoenix, Ajo). Acanthophotopsis falciformis furcisterna Schuster, 1958. Ent. Amer. (n.s.) 37: 14 (in key), 111. g.

Genus PSEUDOMETHOCA Ashmead, pp. 758-761 contumax (Cresson). Mexico.

*Mutilla microphthalma Gerstaecker, 1874. Arch. Naturges. 40: 64. g.

Taxonomy: Mickel, 1935. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans. 61: 393. frigida frigida (Smith). Probable hosts: Lasioglossum (Dialictus) incon

spicuum (Sm.), L. (D.) zephyrum (Sm.), L. (D.) rohweri (Ellis),

L. (D.) versatum (Robt.) and Augochlorella striata (Prov.). Biology: Lin, N., 1964. Ins. Sociaux 11: 187-192.

Genus DASYMUTILLA Ashmead, pp. 761-770 asteria Mickel. Host: Microbembex nigrifrons (Prov.) (teste J. D. Haddock,

in. litt.). biguttata (Cockerell). Ark. creon (Blake). Ark. dugesii (Cockerell and Casad). Host: Anthophora occidentalis Cr. gloriosa (Saussure). Host: Microbembex nigrifrons (Prov.) (teste J. D.

Haddock, in litt.). leda (Blake). N. Mex. macilenta (Blake). Delete Ala. from distribution. nigripes (Fabricius). B. C. Host: Cerceris flavofasciata H. S. Smith.

Biology: Krombein, 1959. Ent. Soc. Wash. Proc. 61: 198. pyrrhus (Fox). Host: Bembicine sp.

Biology: Krombein, 1964. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2201: 2-4, fig. 1. vesta vesta (Cresson). B. C.

Genus LOMACHAETA Mickel, p. 770 variegata Mickel. Hosts: Solierella plenoculoides similis (Brid.), S. blaisdelli

(Brid.), nesting in stems of Eriogonum elatum. Biology: Parker, 1962. Pan-Pacific Ent. 38: 116.

*Genus SMICROMUTILLA Mickel Smicromutilla Mickel, 1964. Pan-Pacific Ent. 40: 108.

Type: Smicromutilla powelli Mickel. Orig. desig. and by

monotypy. Insert on p. 770 after Lomachaeta Mickel. * powelli Mickel. Calif. (San Luis Obispo Co.). Host: ? Xylocelia occidentalis

Fox.
Smicromutilla powelli Mickel 1964. Pan-Pacific Ent. 40; 108, 1 fig. Ô, 9.

TIMULLA subgenus TIMULLA Ashmead, pp. 770–772 grotei (Blake). Mexico (Jalisco, Guanajuato).

*Mutilla fulviventris Gerstaecker, 1874. Archiv. Naturges. 40: 323. ã.

Taxonomy: Mickel, 1937. Ent. Amer. 17: 78. oajaca (Blake). Mexico (Morelos, Jalisco, Colima).

*Mutilla ardens Gerstaecker, 1874. Arch. Naturges. 40: 323. Ô.
*Mutilla mazatlanae Cameron, 1894. Biol. Cent.-Amer. Hym., v. 2, p. 294.

a.
Taxonomy: Mickel, 1938. Roy. Ent. Soc. London Trans. 87: 641.

Biology: Linsley, 1960. Pan-Pacific Ent. 36: 36 (mating behavior). ocellaria rufidorsa Mickel. Ark.

EPHUTA subgenus EPHUTA Say, pp. 772–773 Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jour. 64: 7-84 (Part II of

revis. treating Species Group Grisea). This revision reduces Ephuta of the Catalog to subgeneric rank. albiceps Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 75. f. argenticeps Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 16. Ô, 9. auricapitis Schuster. Possibly the opposite sex of ecarinata ecarinata Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 76. f. baboquivari Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 79, 4. cephalotes Schuster. The opposite sex is possibly minuta Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 68. Ô. coloradella Schuster. Possibly the opposite sex of grisea Bradley.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 73. f. conchate Mickel.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 21. 4, ô. ecarinata ecarinata Schuster. The opposite sex is possibly sudatrix (Melander)

or auricapitis Schuster. Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 49. g. ecarinata neomexicana Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 52. g. ecarinata pima Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 51. ô. floridana dietrichi Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 40. 4. floridana floridana Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 34. Ô, f. grisea fuscosericea Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 14. g. grisea grisea Bradley. The opposite sex is possibly coloradella Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 13. g. margueritae margueritae Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 56. 8, 4. margueritae xanthocephala Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 63. 6, 4. minuta Schuster. Possibly opposite sex of ccphalotes Schuster. pauxilla pauxilla Bradley. Host: Dipogon 8. sayi Bks. (teste H. E. Evans,

in litt.).

psephenophila Schuster. The opposite sex is possibly tentativa Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 44. g. rufisquamis (André). The opposite sex is possibly tumacacori Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 65. g. scrupea Say.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 26. f. . sudatrix (Melander). Possibly the opposite sex of ecarinata ecarinata

Schuster. Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 54. f. tegulicia Bradley. Possibly a syn. or subsp. of idiasta (Cameron) of Mexico.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 47. . tentativa Schuster. Possibly the opposite sex of psephenophila Schuster.

Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 42. f. tumacacori Schuster. Possibly the opposite sex of rufisquamis (André). Taxonomy: Schuster, 1957, loc. cit. supra, p. 82. f.

*EPHUTA subgenus XENOCHILE Schuster Ephuta subg. Xenochile Schuster, 1957. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jour. 64: 8.

Type: Ephuta (Xenochile) krombeini Schuster. Monotypic

and by orig. desig. Place after subgenus Ephuta Say, p. 773. *krombeini Schuster. Ariz. (Ramsey Canyon in Huachuca Mts.). Ephuta (Xenochile) krombeini Schuster, 1957. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jour. 64:

9. 8.

Family SCOLIIDAE

SCOLIA subgenus SCOLIA Fabricius The typical subgenus is restricted to the Palaearctic Region (teste Betrem and Bradley, 1964. Zool. Meded. 40: 90).

SCOLIA subgenus DISCOLIA Saussure l=Scolia subgenus Scolia Fabricius of Catalog, pp. 774–775) Transfer citations for Scolia, Lacosi, and Lisoca to the typical subgenus above. Change citation for Discolia as follows: Scolia subg. Discolia Saussure, 1863. Soc. Ent. France Ann. (4) 3: 18.

Type: Scolia (Discolia) nobilitata Fabricius. Desig. by

Betrem and Bradley, 1964.
Add the following to the subgeneric synonymy:
Scolia subg. Scolia sect. Scolioides Guiglia and Capra, 1934. Soc. Ent.

Ital. Boll. 66: 115.

Type: Scolia hirta Schrank. Orig. desig. dubia monticola Cameron. Syn. of mexicana Saussure. *mexicana Saussure. Scolia (Lacosi) mexicana Saussure, 1958. Soc. Ent. France Ann. (3)

6: 219. 4. Scolia (Scolia) dubia monticola Cameron (syn. by Bradley, 1964. In

Betrem and Bradley, Zool. Meded. 40: 96. nobilitata otomita Saussure, changed status. Scolia (Scolia) otomita Saussure. Reduced to subsp. rank (teste Bradley,

1964. in Bertem and Bradley, Zool. Meded. 40: 96). otomita Saussure. Subsp. of nobilitata Fabricius.

Genus TRISCOLIA Saussure
I=Scolia subgenus Triscolia Saussure and Sichel of Catalog p. 775)
Raised to generic rank (teste Betrem and Bradley, 1964. Zool. Meded.

39: 435). Change bibliographic citation and genotype designation as follows: Scolia subg. Triscolia Saussure, 1863. Soc. Ent. France Ann. (4): 3. 17.

Type: Scolia (Triscolia) badia Saussure. By monotypy.

Genus CAMPSOMERIS Guérin, pp. 775–776 *Campsomeris subg. Xanthocampsomeris Bradley, 1957. Amer. Ent. Soc.

Trans. 83: 70.

Type: Tiphia tricincta Fabricius. Orig. desig. *Campsomeris subg. Pygodasis Bradley, 1957. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans.

83: 72.

Type: Scolia quadrinotata Fabricius. Orig. desig.
Taxonomy: Bradley, 1957. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans. 83: 65-77 (subgeneric

reclassification Amer. spp.).—Betrem, 1962. Ent. News 73: 207

(type of Dielis). Delete heading, Subgenus CAMPSOMERIS Guérin, in Catalog, and reference to Colpa; and change type designation for Elis subg. Dielis to (Scolia radula Fabricius =) Sphex plumipes Drury. *completa Rohwer. Ariz. (Chiricahua and Santa Rita Mts.); Mexico to El

Salvador. (Xanthocampsomeris)
Campsomeris (Campsomeris) completa Rohwer, 1927. Wash. Acad. Sci.

Jour. 17: 151. $. *druryi Cockerell. Syn. of quadrimaculata (Fabricius). ephippium ephippium (Say). (Pygodasis) fulvohirta (Cresson). (Xanthocam psomeris) limosa (Burmeister). (Xanthocampsomeris) *maculata (Drury). Syn. of quadrimaculata (Fabricius). pilipes (Saussure). (Subgenus?) plumipes confluenta (Say). On flowers of Rubus, Arabis, Melilotus,

Solidago, and Cephalanthus. ? Host: Cotalpa lanigera (L.)

(Dielis). Biology: Kurczewski, 1963. Ent. News 74: 21-24. plumipes fossulana (Fabricius). (Dielis) *Campsomeris szetschwanensis Forma D Betrem, 1932. Ent. Ber. 9: 414.

(Syn. by Betrem, 1964. In Bradley, Spolia Zool. Mus. Hau

niensis 21: 35.) plumipes plumipes (Drury). (Dielis) * quadrimaculata (Fabricius). (Pygodasis) *Vespa maculata Drury, 1773. Illustr. Nat. Hist. 2: 74, pl. 39, fig. 2.

9. Preocc. Scolia quadrimaculata Fabricius, 1775. Syst. ent., p. 355. 9. *Campsomeris druryi Cockerell, 1907. Entom. 40: 50. N. name. Campsomeris (Campsomeris) quadrinotata (Fabricius) (syn. by Bradley,

1964. Ent. News 75: 105). quadrinotata (Fabricius). Syn. of quadrimaculata (Fabricius). tolteca (Saussure). (Dielis) *trifasciata nassauensis Bradley. Fla. (Key Vaca); Bahamas. (Dielis) Campsomeris (Campsomeris) trifasciata nassauensis Bradley, 1928. Acad.

Nat. Sci. Phila. Proc. 80: 322. , ô. trifasciata trifasciata (Fabricius). (Dielis)

Genus TRIELIS Saussure

I=Campsoscolia Betrem of Catalog, p. 776)
Trielis Saussure, 1863. Soc. Ent. France Ann. (4) 3: 18.

Type: Elis xantiana Saussure. By monotypy.
Taxonomy: Betrem, 1962. Ent. News 73: 146.

Family SAPYGIDAE

Genus SAPYGA Latreille, pp. 777–778 aculeata Cresson. Minn. louisi Krombein. N. J. (Princeton), Fla. (Orlando). pumila Cresson. Hosts: Ashmeаdiella (A.) aridula Ckli., Megachile

(Eutricharaea) rotundata (F.).

Family FORMICIDAE
Morphology: Wilson, 1954. Insectes Sociaux 1: 75-80, figs. 1-2 (poly-

morphism).-Éisner and Brown, 1958 (1956). 10th. Int. Cong.
Ent. Proc. 2: 503-508, figs. 1-9 (evolution and social significance
of proventriculus).–Eisner, 1957. Harvard Univ., Mus. Compar.
Zool. Bul. 116: 439-490, pls. 1-25 (studies of the proventriculus).
G. C. and J. Wheeler, 1960. Psyche 67: 87-94 (techniques for
study of ant larvae).—Nachtweg, 1961. Insectes Sociaux 8:
369-381.–Nachtweg, 1963. Insectes Sociaux 10: 43-57 (sound
organs).–Nachtweg, 1964 (1963). Insectes Sociaux 10: 359-378

(acoustics). Taxonomy: Van Pelt, 1948. Fla. Ent. 30: 57-67, figs. 1-24 (key to

species of Alachua County, Florida).-G. C. and J. Wheeler, 1963, The Ants of North Dakota. Univ. N. Dakota Press, Grand Forks, 326 pp., 56 figs., 20_illus., 81 maps.—Gregg, 1963. The Ants of Colorado: Their Taxonomy, Ecology and Geographic Distribution. Univ. of Colorado Press, Boulder. 792 pp., 26 tables, 24 pls., 16 distribution maps, 163 altitudinal charts, 1 colored

vegetation map. Economics: Smith and Weiss, 1942. U. S. Dept. Agr., Tech. Bul. 798:

1-44 (relation of insects to spread azalea flower spot).-Smith, 1950. In Pest Control Technology. Natl. Pest Control Assoc. Inc., Garrard Press, Champaign, Ill., pp. 261-300, figs. 104-119 (house-infecting ants).—Simeone, 1954. State Univ. N. Y., College of Forestry, Syracuse, Bul. 34: 1-19 (carpenter ants and their control).–Pimentel, 1955. Jour. Econ. Ent. 48: 28-30.Reid, 1962. Ga. Agr. Expt. Sta. and Univ. Ga. Handbook, 71 pp., 17 pls., 154 figs. (ants as intermediate hosts of chicken and turkey tapeworms). - Orlob, 1964 (1963). Ent. Expt. and Appl. 6: 95

106 (plant virus trans.). Embryology: Ledoux, 1954. Ins. Sociaux 1: 149-175, figs. 1-55, pl. 1

(Oecophylla longinoda Latreille). Evolution: Brown and Wilson, 1960 (1959). Quart. Rev. Biol. 34: 278

294, figs. 1-33 (dacetine ants). Ecology: Van Pelt, 1956. Amer. Midland Nat. 56: 358-387, figs. 1-8,

tables 1-3 (ants of Welaka Reserve, Fla.).—Kannowski, 1956. Amer. Midland Nat. 56: 168-185, table 1 (ants of Ramsey County, N. Dak.).—Van Pelt, 1958. Amer. Midland Nat. 59: 1-57 (annotated list of ants of Welaka Reserve, Fla.).—Carter, 1962. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour. 78: 150-204, fig. 1, table 1 (distribution N. C. ants).-ibidem, 78: 1-18, tables 1-2 (distribution ants in N. C. Piedmont).—Van Pelt, 1963. Amer. Midland Nat. 69: 205-223, figs. 1-2, tables 1-2 (altitudinal distribution of ants

in southern Blue Ridge Mts.) Physiology: Schneirla, 1953. Insect Physiology, John Wiley and Sons,

Inc., N. Y., ch. 25, pp. 656-685 (basic problems in insect behavior), ibidem, ch. 26, pp. 685-723 (insect behavior in relation to its setting), ibidem, ch. 27, pp. 723-748 (modifiability in insect behavior), ibidem, ch. 28, pp. 748-780 (collective activities and social patterns among insects),-Glockner, 1957. Insectes Sociaux 4: 83-90, figs. 1-3 (effect of hormones on metamorphosis).-Eisner and Wilson 1958 (1956). 10th. Int. Cong. Ent. Proc. 2: 509-513, figs. 1-3 (radioactive studies, food transmission).-Wilson, 1959. Anat.

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