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magniclavis (Swenk and Cockerell). Syn. of cressoni mesillae (Cockerell). mesillae (Cockerell). A subsp. of cressoni (Cockerell). *metopii Mitchell. Syn. of formosus Krombein. modestus modestus Say. Delete floridanus (Robertson), a valid sp., from

synonymy, and its synonym eulophi (Robertson). Visits many

flowers. (Prosopis) Hylaeus binghami (Lovell) (syn. by Mitchell, 1960, loc. cit. supra, p. 66). nelumbonis (Robertson). S.C., Ga., Fla. Visits flowers of Castalia and

Nelumbo. (Prosopis) nevadensis (Cockerell). Calif., Nev., Oreg., Wash., Idaho, B. C. (Parapro

sopis) Hylaeus oregonensis Bridwell, n. syn. (teste R. R. Snelling, personal

communication). oregonensis Bridwell. Syn. of nevadensis (Cockerell). ornatus Mitchell. N. C. to Fla. On flowers of Cephalanthus, Hypericum,

Melilotus and Parthenocissus. (Prosopis) potens (Metz). Syn. of sparsus (Cresson). repolitus Cockerell and Sumner. Probably a syn. of cressoni cressoni (Cock

erell). Change (? Paraprosopis) to (Hylaeus) rudbeckiae (Cockerell and Casad). Minn., Wis., Ont., Conn., N. J. (?), Ala.

(?). (Hylaeus) rugulosus coquillettii (Cockerell), new status. In desert areas, western Tex.,

Nev. and Idaho to eastern Oreg. and Calif.; Mexico (Baja Cali

fornia, Sonora). (Prosopis) Hylaeus episcopalis (Cockereil) of Catalog, in part. H. coquillettii

(Cockerell) removed from syn. and placed as valid subsp. of ru

gulosus (teste R. R. Snelling, personal communication). rugulosus episcopalis (Cockerell), new status. Transition and Sonoran

faunas, N. Mex., Colo, and Alta. west to Pacific coast. (Prosopis) Hylaeus episcopalis (Cockerell) of Catalog, in part. H. episcopalis re

duced to subsp. rank (teste R. R. Snelling, personal communication), but coquillettii removed from syn. and made a valid subsp.

of rugulosus. rugulosus giffardiellus Cockerell, new status. Central Calif. (Sacramento and

San Joaquin Valleys). (Prosopis) Hylaeus giffardiellus Cockerell, reduced to subsp. rank (teste R. R. Snell

ing, personal communication). rugulosus rugulosus (Cockerell), new status. Colo., Mont., Alta., west to Pa

cific coast, north to Alaska. (Prosopis) Hylaeus rugulosus (Cockerell), reduced to subsp. rank (teste R. R. Snell

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

communication). saniculae (Robertson). Mass., Ont., Minn. south to Ga. and Tenn. Visits a

number of flowers. (Hylaeus) schwarzii (Cockerell). Mass. to Fla. Visits flowers of Hydrocotyle, Medicago,

Melilotus, Sagittaria and Salix. (Prosopis) sparsus (Cresson). Que., Mich., Ill., N. Y., Pa., N. C., Tex. On flowers of

Eulophus, Osmorrhiza and Thaspium. (Metziella) Hylaeus potens (Metz), n. syn. (teste R. R. Snelling, personal communi

cation). stevensi (Crawford). Que. south to Ga., west to Idaho, Calif. On flowers of

Vigna sinensis. (Hylaeus) subtristis (Swenk and Cockerell). Syn. of verticalis (Cresson).

teleporus (Lovell). Ont., N. J., Va., N. C., Ind., Mich. On flowers of Rubus

and Salvia. (Hylaeus) *transvittatus (Cockerell). Southern Ariz. (mts.) to Mexico (D. F.). (Pro

sopis) Prosopis transvittata Cockerell, 1917. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. (8) 20: 437.

4, 6. universitatis (Cockerell). Syn. of rugulosus rugulosus (Cockerell). verticalis (Cresson), new status. Northeastern U. S. and southeastern Can

ada. On flowers of Apocynum and Geranium. (Hylaeus) Hylaeus verticallis (!) Cresson (occasionally misspelled in Mitchell, 1960,

loc. cit. supra, pp. 60, 61, 76, 82, 83).
Hylaeus verticalis verticalis (Cresson), raised to sp. rank (teste R. R.

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

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

personal communication). verticalis tridentulus (Cockerell). Syn. of verticalis (Cresson). wootoni (Cockerell). Nebr. and Wyo., west to B. C. and Calif., south to

Mexico (Chihuahua). (Paraprosopis)
Hylaeus divergens (Cockerell), n. syn. (teste R. R. Snelling, personal

communication).
ziziae (Robertson). Syn. of affinis (Smith).

Family ANDRENIDAE

Genus ANDRENA Fabricius, pp. 1053–1086 ablegata (Cockerell). (Diandrena)

Taxonomy: Linsley and MacSwain, 1961. Pan-Pacific Ent. 37: 32-33. accepta Viereck. On flowers of Aster, Bidens, Coreopsis, Helianthus and

Silphium. (Pterandrena) *acra Mitchell. Ont., Ohio, Mich., Wis., Minn. On flowers of Crataegus and

Spiraea. (Bythandrena)
Andrena (Bythandrena) acra Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech.

Bull. 141: 111, figs. 18, 19, 21. g. albisigna Viereck. N. H., Conn., N. Y., Tenn. (Leucandrena) albofoveata (Graenicher). Syn. of imitatrix Cresson. algida Smith. Hudson's Bay and N. S. south to Minn., Mich., N. Y. and New

England States. Visiting flowers of Fragaria. (Thysandrena) Andrena (Thysandrena) fuscisignata Viereck (syn. by Mitchell, 1960, loc.

cit. supra, p. 218). aliena Smith. Delete from Catalog; the type is an Australian species of

Paracolletes in the broad sense (teste C. D. Michener, who has

examined the type). alleghaniensis Viereck. Minn. to N. H., south to N. C. On flowers of Vibur

num. (Trachandrena) Taxonomy: Knerer and Atwood, 1963. Canad. Ent. 95: 583, figs. 1, 3

(8). *anatolis anatolis Linsley and MacSwain. Calif. (southern). Visiting flowers

of Calandrinia, Ceanothus, Cryptantha, and Oenothera. (Dian

drena) Andrena (Diandrena) anatolis Linsley and MacSwain, 1961. Pan-Pacific

Ent. 37: 36. 4, . *anatolis matutina Linsley and MacSwain. Calif. (Tulare, Kern, and Merced

Counties). Visiting flowers of Calandrinia and Oenothera. (Diandrena)

Andrena (Diandrena) anatolis matutina Linsley and MacSwain, 1961.

Pan-Pacific Ent. 37: 38. 4, 6. andrenoides (Cresson). Southern Canada and northern U. S., in the East,

south to Ga. Visiting a number of flowers. (Parandrena) angustella angustella Cockerell, changed status.

Andrena angustella Cockerell of Catalog. *angustella quercina Cockerell. Calif. (Live Oak Canyon, Redlands). On

flowers of Ceanothus. Andrena angustella quercina Cockerell, 1939. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist.

(11) 3: 183. . anograe anograe Cockerell, changed status. (Onagrandrena) Andrena (Onagrandrena) anograe Cockerell. Reduced to subsp. rank

(teste Linsley and MacSwain, 1961. Pan-Pacific Ent. 37: 126). *anograe knowltoni Linsley and MacSwain. Utah. Visiting flowers of Stan

leya and Oenothera. (Onagrandrena) Andrena (Onagrandrena) anograe knowltoni Linsley and MacSwain,

1961. Pan-Pacific Ent. 37: 126. f. *apasta Linsley and MacSwain. Calif. (southern). Visiting flowers of Oen

othera. (Diandrena) Andrena (Diandrena) apasta Linsley and MacSwain, 1961. Pan-Pacific

Ent. 37: 34. 9. arabis Robertson. Ill. and Mich. to Conn., south to N. C. Visits flowers of

Arabis, Brassica, Capsella, Cardamine, Claytonia, Dentaria,

Prunus and Stellaria. (Scaphandrena) *arenakensis Mitchell. Mich. (Arenak Co.). (Trachandrena) Andrena (Trachandrena) arenakensis Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt.

Sta. Tech. Bull. 141: 177, fig. 35. 4. asteris Robertson. Minn. to New England States, south to Miss. and Ga. On

flowers of Aster, Eupatorium, Polygonum, and Solidago. (Pteran

drena) *asteroides Mitchell. N. J., N. C., Miss. On flowers of Aster, Chrysopsis, and

Haplopappus. (Pterandrena) Andrena (Pterandrena) asteroides Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 140, figs. 24, 25. 9, . *atlantica Mitchell. N. Y. to Fla., Mich., Tex. Visiting a number of flowers.

(Trachandrena) Andrena (Trachandrena) atlantica Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 178, figs. 35-37. 4, 6. austrocalif ica Viereck. Syn. of cyanosoma (Cockerell). banksi Malloch. N. J. to Fla., west to Tex. Taken on flowers of Prunus

angustifolia. barbarica Viereck. Syn. of platyparia Robertson. bernardina Linsley, changed status. (Onagrandrena) Andrena (Onagrandrena) grundeli bernardina Linsley of Sup. 1. Re

stored to sp. rank (teste Linsley and MacSwain, 1961. Pan-Pacific

Ent. 37: 128). beutenmuelleri Viereck. N. C., Ohio, Mich., Minn. On flowers of Prunus

angustifolia. (Gymnandrena) *bifurcata Mitchell. Mich., Ohio. (Leucandrena) Andrena (Leucandrena) bifurcata Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 211, figs. 40-42. g. bisalicis Viereck. N. Dak. to New England states, south to Ga. Visiting

flowers of Amelanchier, Aronia, Brassica, Crataegus, Ilex, Prunus

and Salix. (Thysandrena) *bisignata Mitchell. Mass. to N. C., west to Minn. On flowers of Erythron

ium, Ilex, Prunus, Pyrus, Salix and Viburnum. (Gymnandrena)

Andrena (Gymnandrena) bisignata Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 122, figs. 20, 22, 23. 4, ô. *boronensis Linsley and MacSwain. Calif. (Mojave Desert). On flowers of

Coreopsis, Layia and Oenothera. (Onagrandrena)
Andrena (Onagrandrena) boronensis Linsley and MacSwain, 1962. Pan-

Pacific Ent. 38: 49. 4, @. braccata Viereck. New England States to Md., west to Colo. On flowers of

Solidago. (Pterandrena) bradleyi Viereck. Colo. to N. S., south to Ga. Taken on flowers of Prunus,

Pyrus, Rhododendron, Ribes, and Vaccinium. (Conandrena) *brassicae Mitchell. N. Y., Va. On flowers of Brassica. (Pterandrena) Andrena (Pterandrena) brassicae Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 142, figs. 24, 25, 28. g. carlini carlini Cockerell, changed status. N. S. to Ga., west to Minn. and Mo.

Visiting many flowers. (Bythandrena) Andrena carlini Cockerell. Reduced to subsp. rank (teste Mitchell, 1960,

loc. cit. supra, p. 111, figs. 17, 19). *carlini neorhodura Mitchell. Mass., Pa., Mich. (Bythandrena) Andrena (Bythandrena) carlini neorhodura Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr.

Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 141: 113. . carliniformis Viereck and Cockerell. B. C. (Gymnandrena) carolina Viereck. Minn. to N. S., south to Tenn. and Ga. Visiting flowers of

Azalea, Claytonia, Dentaria, Ledum, Pyrus, Rhodora, and Vaccin

ium. (Conandrena) *carolinensis Mitchell. N. C. (Raleigh). On flowers of Vicia caroliniana.

(Gymnandrena) Andrena (Gymnandrena) carolinensis Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt.

Sta. Tech. Bull. 141: 123, fig. 20. 4. ceanothi Viereck. Minn. to N. S., south to Ga. Visiting a number of flowers.

(Trachandrena) *cerebrata Mitchell. N. C. (Waynesville). Taken on flowers of Malus. Andrena cerebrata Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bull. 141: 255,

figs. 51, 56, 57. Ô. chalybioides (Viereck). (Diandrena) Andrena (Parandrena) perchalybea Viereck (syn. by Linsley and Mac

Swain, 1961. Pan-Pacific Ent. 37: 31). *chippewaensis Mitchell. Mich., N. B. (? Leucandrena) Andrena (? Leucandrena) chippewaensis Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr.

Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 141: 212, fig. 43. 4. Taxonomy: Knerer and Atwood, 1963. Canad. Ent. 95: 584, figs. 2,

4 (8). *chylismiae Linsley and MacSwain. Nev. Visiting flowers of Oenothera

principally, but also of Sisymbrium, Stanleya and Haplopappus.

(Onagrandrena) Andrena (Onagrandrena) chylismiae Linsley and MacSwain, 1961. Pan

Pacific Ent. 37: 121. 4, Ô. Biology: Linsley, MacSwain and Raven, 1963. Univ. Calif. Pubs. Ent.

33: 37-38. commoda Smith. N. Dak. to Vt. south to Ga. On flowers of Cornus. (Gym

nandrena) *compacta Mitchell. Mich. (Roscommon Co.). (Trachandrena) Andrena (Trachandrena) compacta Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 181. 6. compactiscopa Viereck. B. C.

complexa (Viereck). Collects pollen of Ranunculus. (Ptilandrena) Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1959. Calif. Univ. Pubs. Ent. 16: 5-13,

text figs. 1-5, plate figs. 1b, 3c and d. confederata Viereck. Ohio to N. J., south to Fla. Visiting a number of

flowers. (Gymnandrena) *convallaria convallaria Linsley and MacSwain. Calif. (San Joaquin Valley

and western Mojave Desert). Collects pollen of Oenothera cam

pestris. (Onagrandrena) Andrena (Onagrandrena) convallaria convallaria Linsley and MacSwain,

1963. Pan-Pacific Ent. 39: 193. 9, . *convallaria subhyalina Linsley and MacSwain. Calif. (Kern Co.). Collects

pollen of Oenothera campestris. (Onagrandrena) Andrena (Onagrandrena) convallaria subhyalina Linsley and MacSwain,

1963. Pan-Pacific Ent. 39: 193. f, g. crataegi Robertson. Transcont. in southern Canada and northern U. S., south

to Ga., Colo. and Oreg. Visits a number of flowers. (Schizan.

drena) Andrena (Schisandrena) subcommoda Cockerell (syn. by Mitchell, 1960,

loc. cit. supra, p. 206). *crenata Mitchell. Mich. (Thysandrena) Andrena (Thysandrena) crenata Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 221, figs. 44, 51. Ô. cressonii cressonii Robertson, changed status. U. S. and southern Canada.

Visits a large number of flowers. (Opandrena) Andrena cressonii Robertson. Reduced to subsp. rank (teste Lanham,

1949. Pan-Pacific Ent. 25: 147). *cressonii infasciata Lanham. Calif., Wash. On flowers of Brassica, Pyra

cantha, Ranunculus and Salix. (O pandrena) Andrena cressonii infasciata Lanham, 1949. Pan-Pacific Ent. 25: 147. 9,

. *cressonii ivanensis Mitchell. Va., N. C. Taken on flowers of Brassica and

Padus. (Opandrena) Andrena (Opandrena) cressonii ivanensis Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr.

Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 141: 249, fig. 52. ģ. *cressonii tallahassensis Mitchell, emended. Fla., N. C. (Opandrena) Andrena (Opandrena) cressonii tallahasensis (!) Mitchell, 1960. N. C.

Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 141: 249, figs. 50, 53. g. *critica Mitchell. N. Y. (Catskill Mts.). (Bythandrena) Andrena (Bythandrena) critica Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 113. 9. cuneilabris Viereck. Collects pollen of Ranunculus. (Diandrena) Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1959. Calif. Univ. Pubs. Ent. 16: 17-18,

pl. 4. cyanosoma (Cockerell). Visits flowers of Oenothera. (Diandrena) Andrena (Diandrena) austrocalifornica Viereck (syn. by Linsley and

MacSwain, 1961. Pan-Pacific Ent. 37: 36). davisi Viereck. Syn. of violae Robertson. *dimorpha Mitchell. N. J., N. C., Fla. (Pterandrena) Andrena (Pterandrena) dimorpha Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 143, figs. 24-26, 28. f, g. distans Provancher. Minn. to New England, south to N. C. On flowers of

Geranium, Heracleum and Polymonium. (Ptilandrena) Andrena (Ptilandrena) geraniimaculati Viereck (syn. by Mitchell, 1960,

loc. cit. supra, p. 154). *dreisbachi Mitchell. Mich. (Gonandrena) Andrena (Gonandrena) dreisbachi Mitchell, 1960. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 141: 230. 9.

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