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memorialis Banks. Conn. to Va., Kans. Nests in open wooded areas. mexicana Cameron. Delete from catalog; U. S. record based on misident. panurgoides (Viereck). Syn. of texanus Cresson. texanus Cresson. Pa., Kans. to Tex.; Mexico (Tamaulipas); Entomognathus (Toncahua) panurgoides (Viereck) (syn. by Krombein,

1963. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 76: 253).

LINDENIUS subgenus TRACHELOSIMUS Morawitz, p. 1015 buccadentis Mickel. Pa. *californicus Court and Bohart. Calif. Lindenius californicus Court and Bohart, 1958. Pan-Pacific Ent. 34: 161,

figs. 1, 8, 11. Ô, 4. dugesianus Leclercq. Tex., N. Mex., Calif. *inyoensis Court and Bohart. Calif. (Inyo Co.). Lindenius inyoensis Court and Bohart, 1958. Pan-Pacific Ent. 34: 164,

figs. 3, 5, 14. 9, . *neomexicanus Court and Bohart. N. Mex., Colo. (Possibly belongs in a

different subgenus.) Lindenius neomexicanus Court and Bohart, 1958. Pan-Pacific Ent. 34:

166, figs. 2, 4, 6, 13. $, . *tylotis Court and Bohart. Calif. Lindenius tylotis Court and Bohart, 1958. Pan-Pacific Ent. 34: 164, figs.

9, 10, 12, , . Taxonomy: Evans, 1959a, loc. cit. supra, pp. 162-163, figs. 51-53 (larva).

Genus TRACHELIODES Morawitz, p. 1015 amu Pate. Taxonomy: Evans, 1964, loc. cit. supra, pp. 290-291, figs. 104-109

(larva).

CRABRO subgenus SYNOTHYREOPUS Ashmead, pp. 1016-1017 advenus Smith. Prey: Principally muscoid fies, occasionally Rhagionidae

and Tabanidae. Taxonomy: Evans, 1957a, loc. cit. supra, p. 104, figs. 95-96 (larva).

Evans, 1959a, loc. cit. supra, p. 164, figs. 47, 48 (larva). Biology: Evans, 1960. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jour. 68: 123-127, fig. 1. thyreophorus Kohl. Oreg. virgatus Fox. Oreg.

CRABRO subgenus CRABRO Fabricius, pp. 1017-1018 discretus Fox. W. Va. Prey: Achaetoneura sp.

Biology: Krombein, 1958. Ent. Soc. Wash. Proc. 60: 53. monticola (Packard). Prey: Principally Tabanidae.

Taxonomy: Evans, 1959a, loc. cit. supra, p. 163, figs. 43-46 (larva). Biology: Evans, 1960. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jour. 68: 127-129, fig. 1.-Pechu

man, 1963. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jour. 71: 218-219. pleuralis Fox. Oreg.

CRABRO subgenus NORUMBEGA Pate, p. 1018 argus (Packard). Prey: Principally Dolichopodidae, occasionally Ephydridae

and Muscidae. Taxonomy: Evans, 1959a, loc. cit. supra, p. 164, figs. 49, 50 (larva). Biology: Evans, 1960. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jour. 68: 129-132, fig. 1.

EUPLILIS subgenus EUPLILIS Risso, p. 1018 clavipes (Linnaeus).

Taxonomy: Maréchal, 1929. Soc. Ent. France Ann. 98: 115-116 (larva).

EUPLILIS subgenus CORYNOPUS Lepeletier and Brullé, p. 1019 arapaho Pate.

Taxonomy: Evans, 1957a, loc. cit. supra, p. 104, figs. 99-103 (larva). coarctata modesta (Rohwer). Nests in dead hibiscus stems. Prey: Adult

Chironomidae and Ceratopogonidae.
Biology: Krombein, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 90-92.
Taxonomy: Evans, 1964, loc. cit. supra, pp. 292-293, figs. 111-112

(larva). pedicellatus (Packard).

Taxonomy: Evans, 1957a, loc. cit. supra, p. 105, fig. 104 (larva). rufigaster (Packard). Nests in green and dead hibiscus stems, and in desert

ed anobiid beetle borings in wood. Prey: Adult Chironomidae. Biology: Krombein, 1958. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 71: 26.—Krombein,

1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 92-98, figs. 12-14.
Taxonomy: Evans, 1964, loc. cit. supra, pp. 291-292, fig. 110 (larva).

MONIAECERA subgenus MONIAECERA Ashmead, p. 1019 asperata (Fox). Nests in soil with communal entrance. Prey: Principally

adult Psyllidae, but also Chironomidae, Cicadellidae and Miridae. Taxonomy: Evans, 1964, loc. cit. supra, pp. 293-294, figs. 74-77 (larva). Biology: Evans, 1964. Ins. Sociaux 11: 71-78, 3 figs.-Cazier and Mor

tenson, 1964. Pan-Pacific Ent. 40: 111-114, 1 fig.

CROSSOCERUS subgenus HOPLOCRABRO Thomson, p. 1020 angelicus (Kincaid). Prey: Muscoid Diptera.

*CROSSOCERUS subgenus MICROCRABRO Saussure

l=Crossocerus subg. Yuchiha Pate, p. 1020) Crabro subg. Microcrabro Saussure, 1892. In Grandidier, Hist. Nat. Ma

dagascar 20: 574.
Type: Crabro (Microcrabro) micromegas Saussure. By mono-

typy.
Syn. by Leclercq, 1963. Soc. Roy. Ent. Belg. Bul. Ann. 99: 13.

CROSSOCERUS subgenus CROSSOCERUS Lepeletier and Brullé, pp. 1020-1021 planifemur Krombein. Md. (Plummers Is.). planipes (Fox). Pa., Md. Nests in ground. Prey: Empididae (Drapetis sp.,

Chersodromia sp.) Biology: Krombein, 1964. Brooklyn Ent. Soc. Bul. 58: 119-120. *spangleri Krombein. Md. (Plummers Island). Crossocerus (Crossocerus) spangleri Krombein, 1962. Biol. Soc. Wash.

Proc. 75: 16. Ô, 4. CROSSOCERUS subgenus BLEPHARIPUS Lepeletier and Brullé, pp. 1021-1023 ambiguus (Dahlbom). Oreg.

Taxonomy: Evans, 1957a, loc. cit. supra, p. 106, figs. 69-74 (larva).

Biology: Krombein, 1958. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 71: 26. fergusoni Pate. Nev., Calif. Taxonomy: Evans, 1957a, loc. cit. supra, p. 107, figs. 97-98 (larva).

Evans, 1959a, loc. cit. supra, p. 165, fig. 61 (larva). stictochilos Pate. Md. Nests in green hibiscus stems. Biology: Krombein, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 90.

CROSSOCERUS subgenus NOTHOCRABRO Pate, p. 1023 nitidiventris (Fox). Prey: Nephrotoma virescens Lw.

CROSSOCERUS subgenus STICTOPTILA Pate, p. 1023 confertus (Fox). N. Mex.

ECTEMNIUS subgenus METACRABRO Ashmead, p. 1025 cephalotes (Olivier). Replaces quadricinctus Auctt., nec Fabricius. Delete

orig. ref. for quadricinctus. Taxonomy: van der Vecht, 1961. Zool. Verhandl. Rijksmus. Natuurlijke

Hist. Leiden, No. 48, pp. 70-71.

ECTEMNIUS subgenus LOPHOCRABRO Rohwer, p. 1025 singularis (Smith). Md.

ECTEMNIUS subgenus HYPOCRABRO Ashmead, pp. 1025–1027 continuus (Fabricius). Nests in rotten pear limb. Prey: Muscoid flies.

Biology: Krombein, 1964. Brooklyn Ent. Soc. Bul. 58: 120.

Taxonomy: Evans, 1964, loc. cit. supra, p. 295, fig. 114 (larva). dives (Lepeletier and Brullé). Md. paucimaculatus (Packard). Mo. Nests in green hibiscus stems along river

banks. Prey: Principally Ephydridae and Agromyzidae. Biology: Krombein, 1964. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 77: 73-88, figs. 1-11.

Taxonomy: Evans, 1964, loc. cit. supra, pp. 294-295, fig. 113 (larva). spiniferus (Fox). Prey: Principally Ogcodes eugonatus Lw.

Biology: Bechtel and Schlinger, 1957. Ent. News 68: 225-232. stirpicola (Packard). Nests in borings in sumac pith. Prey: Small Diptera,

principally acalyptrate muscoids.
Taxonomy: Evans, 1957a, loc. cit. supra, p. 109, figs. 85-90 (larva).-

Evans, 1959a, loc. cit. supra, p. 165 (larva).
Biology: Krombein, 1960. Ent. News 71: 63-68.

ECTEMNIUS subgenus APOCTEMNIUS Leclercq, Sup. 1, p. 199 texanus ais Pate. Nests in rose canes. Prey: Acalyptrate Diptera.

Biology: Morse and Kerr, 1957. Fla. Ent. 40: 77-80, 1 fig.

ECTEMNIUS subgenus ECTEMNIUS Dahlbom, pp. 1027-1028 atriceps (Cresson). Oreg.

Taxonomy: Evans, 1957a, loc. cit. supra, p. 109, figs. 91-94 (larva).

LESTICA subgenus SOLENIUS Lepeletier and Brullé, pp. 1028-1029 cinctella (Fox). Oreg.

Genus OXYBELUS Latreille, pp. 1030-1034
Taxonomy: Bohart and Schlinger, 1957. Calif. Ins. Survey Bul. 4:

103-142, 23 maps, 93 figs. (descr. of Calif. spp. and key to N.

Amer. spp.). Change endings to masculine gender (teste Internatl. Code Zool. Nomencl., Art. 30 (a) (3), 1961). bipunctatus Olivier. Pa., Md.

Taxonomy: Evans, 1957a, loc. cit. supra, p. 111, figs. 107-115 (larva). cressonii Robertson. Pa., Md. emarginatum Say. Prey: Anarete buscki (Felt), Atherigona orientalis

Schin., Gymnopternus sp., Chironomus sp., Chaoborus puncti

pennis Say. Biology: Krombein and Kurczewski, 1963. Biol. Soc. Wash. Proc. 76:

150-151.—Krombein, 1964. Brooklyn Ent. Soc. Bul. 58: 120.

Krombein, 1964. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2201: 24-26. sericeus sericeus Robertson. Prey: Ephydra riparia Fall.

Biology: Bohart and Marsh, 1960. Pan-Pacific Ent. 36: 115-118.

Taxonomy: Evans, 1957a, loc. cit. supra, p. 112, figs. 105-106 (larva). uniglumis quadrinotatus Say.

Superfamily APOIDEA Taxonomy: Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 141: 1-538,

134 figs., 16 tables (manual of spp. of eastern U. S. in Colletidae, Andrenidae, Halictidae and Melittidae.—Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull. 152: 1-557, 134 figs., 18 tables (Part II of manual of eastern bees, containing Megachilidae, Anthophoridae,

Xylocopidae, and Apidae). Ecology: Linsley, 1958. Hilgardia 27: 543-599 (solitary bees). Morphology: Wille, 1959. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 51: 538-546, 24 figs.

(dorsal vessel). Evolution: Linsley, 1961. XI Internatl. Kongr. Ent. Wien 1960, Ver

handl. 1: 593-596 (role of flower specificity). Biology: Linsley, MacSwain, and Raven, 1963. Univ. Calif. Pubs. Ent.

33: 1-58 (comparative behavior of bees and Onagraceae).

Family COLLETIDAE

Subfamily COLLETINAE

Tribe CAUPOLICANINI

Genus CAUPOLICANA Spinola, p. 1044 yarrowi (Cresson). Biology: Linsley, 1962. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 55: 158-159.

Nomen Nudum in Caupolicana Spinola *Megacilissa monticola Ashmead in Cockerell, 1889. Colo. Biol. Assn., 10th

Rept., [p. 2] (probably published originally in Custer County
Courant newspaper).

Genus PTILOGLOSSA Smith, p. 1044 arizonensis Timberlake. Visiting flowers of Solanum elaeagnifolium and a

species of Liliaceae. Biology: Linsley, 1962. Pan-Pacific Ent. 38: 75-82.

*Tribe PARACOLLETINI Place after Ptiloglossa Smith, p. 1044.

*Genus EULONCHOPRIA Brethes Eulonchopria Bri es, 1909. Mus. Nac. Buenos Aires An. 19: 247.

Type: Eulonchopria psaenythioides Brèthes. By monotypy. *punctatissima Michener. Southern Ariz.; Mexico (Guerrero). On flowers of

Acacia, and collecting pollen of Baccharis (?).
Eulonchopria punctatissima Michener, 1963. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 56:

847, figs. 1, 2, 7, 8, 9. 9, .

Tribe COLLETINI

Genus COLLETES Latreille, pp. 1044-1049
*stepheni Timberlake. Visiting flowers of Cercidium, Geraea, and Larrea.

Colletes stepheni Timberlake, 1958. Pan-Pacific Ent. 34: 143. Ô, 4.
Biology: Hurd and Powell, 1958. Pan-Pacific Ent. 34: 147-153, 1 fig.

Subfamily HYLAEINAE

Genus HYLAEUS Fabricius, pp. 1049–1052 affinis (Smith). Eastern U. S. and Canada west to Utah and Alta., south to

Ga. and Miss. Visits many flowers. (Prosopis)

Hylaeus ziziae (Robertson) (syn. by Mitchell, 1960, loc. cit. supra, p. 63). Hylaeus albertensis Cockerell, n. syn. (teste R. R. Snelling, personal

communication). Hylaeus dunningi (Cockerell), n. syn. (teste R. R. Snelling, personal

communication). albertensis Cockerell. Syn. of affinis (Smith). *aztecus (Cresson). Ariz.; Mexico (Baja Calif., Veracruz).

Prosopis azteca Cresson, 1869. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc. 12: 272. $. binghami (Lovell). Syn. of modestus modestus Say. calvus (Metz). Oreg. and Calif., east to Nev. and Ariz.; Mexico (Baja Cx

lif.). (Paraprosopis) coloradensis (Cockerell). N. Mex. and Wyo. west to Calif. and B. C. (Para

prosopis) confluens (Smith). N. J. to Fla. Visits many flowers. (Prosopis) cookii (Metz). Colo., N. Mex., Nev., Calif. Change Û f in orig. cit. to ô ($

misdet.). (Paraprosopis) cressoni cressoni (Cockerell). Visits a great variety of flowers. (Hylaeus) Hylaeus cressoni pasadenae (Cockerell), n. syn. (teste R. Ř. Snelling,

personal communication). cressoni mesillae (Cockerell), new status. (Hylaeus) Hylaeus mesillae (Cockerell). Reduced to subsp. rank (teste R. R. Snell

ing, personal communication). Hylaeus magniclavis (Swenk and Cockerell), n. syn. (teste R. R. Snelling,

personal communication). cressoni pasadenae (Cockerell). Syn. of cressoni cressoni (Cockerell). divergens (Cockerell). Syn. of wootoni (Cockerell). dunningi (Cockerell). Syn. of affinis (Smith). ellipticus (Kirby). Widespread in North America. Visits a number of

flowers. (Hylaeus) episcopalis (Cockerell). A subsp. of rugulosus (Cockerell). N. B., coquillettii

(Cockerell) is removed from syn, of episcopalis and assigned as

a valid subsp. of rugulosus. flammipes (Robertson). Fla. (Citrus Co.). (Prosopis) floridanus (Robertson). Minn., Mich., Ill., Ky., N. C., Ga., Fla. On flowers of

Erigeron, flex, Polygonella, Pyracantha, Aster, Solidago, Cornus

and Eulophus. (Paraprosopis).. Hylaeus modestus modestus Say, in part. Prosopis floridanus is a valid sp.

and eulophi Robertson is a syn. of it (teste Mitchell, 1960, loc. cit.

supra, p. 77). *formosus Krombein. Fla. (Key Largo, Stock Is.); West Indies (Bahamas).

On flowers of Metopium toxiferum. Hylaeus formosus Krombein, 1953. Amer. Mus. Novitates 1633, p. 19. 4. *Hylaeus melopii Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 141:

80. f. N. syn. (based on comparison of type material by K. V.

Krombein). georgicus (Cockerell). N. Y., N. C. On flowers of Pyracantha and Cra

taegus. (Paraprosopis) giffardiellus Cockerell. A subsp. of rugulosus (Cockerell). graenicheri Mitchell. On flowers of Flaveria and Metopium. grossicornis (Swenk and Cockerell). Tex. east to N. C. and north to Minn.,

Wis., Mich. Visits flowers of Crataegus, Daucus and Pyracantha.

(Hylaeus) illinoisensis (Robertson). Ill. and W. Va. to N. Y., Mass., Maine. Visits

many flowers. (Prosopis)

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