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*pseudocarinatus Mitchell. Wis. (Madison). On flowers of Melilotus. Holcopasites pseudocarinatus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech.

Bull. 152: 489. 4. punctulatus (Linsley). Syn. of illinoiensis (Robertson).

NEOLARRA subgenus PHILEREMULUS Cockerell, p. 1210 cockerelli (Crawford). Ga. Host: ? Perdita (Alloperdita) obscurata Cr.

Genus PROTEPEOLUS Linsley and Michener, p. 1211 integer Linsley. South. Calif. to west. Tex.; Mexico (Durango, Jalisco). Taxonomy: Hurd and Linsley, 1963. Kans. Ent. Soc. Jour. 36: 253-255

(4).

Genus EPEOLUS Latreille, pp. 1211-1213 *australis Mitchell. N. C., Ga. On flowers of Ceanothus, Rubus, Senecio, and

Specularia.
Epeolus australis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

441, fig. 110. 9, ô. autumnalis Robertson. Minn. to Maine, south to N. C. On flowers of Aster,

Bidens, Haplopappus, Helianthus, Rudbeckia, and Solidago. banksi (Cockerell). Minn. to N. J. and N. C. On flowers of Fragaria. bifasciatus Cresson. New England to Fla., west to Minn., Colo. and northern

Mexico. Visits flowers of several families, but especially Composi

tae. *canadensis Mitchell. N. S., Que., N. Y., Ont., Mich., Ind. Epeolus canadensis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull.

152: 444, fig. 110. f, g. *carolinus Mitchell, N. C., Fla. On flowers of Eupatorium. E peolus carolinus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

445, fig. 110. 4, Q. distinctus Cresson. Transf. to Triepeolus, p. 1214. *erigeronis Mitchell. N. C., Ga., Fla. On flowers of Erigeron, Hypericum

and Melilotus. Epeolus erigeronis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

445, fig. 110. f, g. *floridensis Mitchell. Fla. On flowers of Eriogonum. Epeolus floridensis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

446, fig. 110. f, g. glabratus Cresson. On flowers of Vicia. *howardi Mitchell. N. C. (Southern Pines). Host: ? Colletes howardi Sw.

On flowers of Kuhnistera. Epeolus howardi Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

447, fig. 110. 4, 6. *ilicis Mitchell. R. I. and Mass. to Ga., Tenn. On flowers of Amorpha, Bato

dendron, Ilex and Rhus. E peolus ilicis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152: 448,

fig. 110. 4, 8. interruptus Robertson. N. J. to Ga., west to Mich. and Tex. On flowers of

Chrysanthemum, Coreopsis, Krigia, Psoralea, Rudbeckia, and Tri

folium. *lanhami Mitchell. Maine, Pa., Mich. Epeolus lanhami Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

450, fig. 110. 9, . lectoides Robertson. Ill. to New England, south to Ga. On flowers of Cean

othus, Cephalanthus, Helenium, Hypericum, Pycnanthemum, and Rhus.

Epeolus semilectus Cockerell. Syn. by Mitchell, 1962, loc. cit. supra, p.

452. minimus (Robertson). Minn., Mich. *oswegoensis Mitchell. N. Y. (Oswego). Epeolus oswegoensis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull.

152: 453. 7. pusillus Cresson. Maine and Fla., west to Wyo. and Tex. Visits chiefly

flowers of Compositae. scutellaris Say. N. S. to N. C., west to Minn. and Tex. On flowers of Bac

charis, Bidens, and Solidago. Epeolus vernoniae Cockerell. Syn. by Mitchell, 1962, loc. cit. supra, p.

454. semilectus Cockerell. Syn. of lectoides Robertson. *vernalis Mitchell. N. C. (Holly Shelter). Epeolus vernalis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

455. 4. vernoniae Cockerell. Syn. of scutellaris Say. virginiensis Cockerell. Transf. to Triepeolus, p. 1216, as a syn. of pectoralis

(Robertson). *weemsi Mitchell. Fla. (Alachua Co.). On flowers of Prunus. Epeolus weemsi Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

455. 3. zonatus Smith. Ga., Fla. On flowers of Crataegus and Prunus.

Genus TRIEPEOLUS Robertson, pp. 1213-1218 *alachuensis Mitchell. Fla. (Alachua Co.). On flowers of Melilotus. Triepeolus alachuensis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull.

152: 462. 4. *charlottensis Mitchell. N. B. (Charlotte Co.). Triepeolus charlottensis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull.

152: 462, fig. 112. $. *cirsianus Mitchell. Ind. (Warren Co.). On flowers of Cirsium. Triepeolus cirsianus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull.

152: 463. g. concavus (Cresson). N. C. and Fla. to Wis. and Ill., Colo., Calif. On many

flowers, especially Compositae and Labiatae. concolor (Robertson). A subsp. of lunatus (Say). cressonii cressonii (Robertson). Minn. and New England States, south to

Tenn. and N. C. On many flowers, especially Compositae. distinctus (Cresson). Ga., Fla. Transf. from Epeolus, p. 1212 (teste Mitchell,

1962, loc. cit. supra, p. 467). donatus (Smith). Wis. to New England states, south to Ga. Visits chiefly

flowers of Compositae. *floridanus Mitchell. Fla. (Gainesville). Triepeolus floridanus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull.

152: 468. 8. *georgicus Mitchell. Ga. (Fort Gordon). Triepeolus georgicus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull.

152: 469, fig. 112. f. helianthi helianthi (Robertson). Wyo. to Wis., Ill., and Ind. On flowers of

Grindelia, Helianthus, Rudbeckia, and Verbena. *junctus Mitchell. N. Y., N. C. Triepeolus junctus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

471. 8, 8.

lunatus concolor (Robertson), changed status. Minn. to Pa., south to Tex.

and Fla. Visits chiefly Compositae and Leguminosae. Host: Me

lissodes b. bimaculata (Lep.). Triepeolus concolor (Robertson). Reduced to subsp. rank (teste Mit

chell, 1962, loc. cit. supra, p. 472). lunatus lunatus (Say), changed status. Minn, to New England States, south

to Tex. and Fla. Visits chiefly Compositae and Leguminosae. Triepeolus lunatus (Say). Reduced to subsp. rank (teste Mitchell, 1962,

loc. cit. supra, p. 472). *michiganensis Mitchell. Conn., N. Y., Mich. Triepeolus michiganensis Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech.

Bull. 152: 473. 4, 6. *micropygius atripes Mitchell. Pa., N. C., Ga. On flowers of Aster and He

lianthus. Triepeolus micropygius atripes Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 152: 474, fig. 112. f, g. micropygius micropygius Robertson, changed status. On flowers of Aster. Triepeolus micropygius Robertson. Reduced to subsp. rank (teste Mit

chell, 1962, loc. cit. supra, p. 474). *monardae Mitchell. N. C. On flowers of Monarda. Triepeolus monardae Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull.

152: 475, fig. 112. ģ. nevadensis (Cresson). Nebr. and Tex. to N. C. and Ga. On flowers of Cir

sium, Helianthus, Monarda, Pycnanthemum, Verbena, and Ver

nonia. *nigrihirtus Mitchell. N. C. (Chatham Co.). Triepeolus nigrihirtus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull.

152: 476. g. norae Cockerell.

Biology: Linsley, 1962. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 55: 161. pectoralis (Robertson). Minn. to New England States, south to Ga. Visits

chiefly flowers of Compositae. Host: ? Melissodes (Eumelissodes)

rustica (Say). Epeolus virginiensis Cockerell. Syn. by Mitchell, 1962, loc. cit. supra, p.

478. * quadrifasciatus atlanticus Mitchell. Md. to Fla., Mo. On flowers of Chry

sopsis, Koellia, Kuhnistera, and Monarda. Triepeolus 4-fascialus atlanticus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta.

Tech. Bull. 152: 479, figs. 112. $, . quadrifasciatus quadrifasciatus (Say), changed status. Ch. from sp. to subsp. remigatus (Fabricius). N. J. to Fla., west to Minn, and Tex., N. Mex., Colo.,

Calif. Visits many flowers belonging to several families. Hosts: ?

Peponapis p. pruinosa (Say) or ? Xenoglossa strenua (Cr.). rufithorax Graenicher. On flowers of Bidens, Borrichia, and Melilotus.

Host: Svastra (Epimelissodes) o. obliqua (Say). Biology: Rozen, 1964. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2170, p. 9. *rugosus Mitchell. Fla. On flowers of Pontederia, Triepeolus rugosus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. 152:

482, fig. 112. . simplex Robertson. Wis., Ill. and Mich. to N. C. and Ga. On flowers of

Helenium, Helianthus, Lespedeza, Pycnanthemum, Silphium, Teu

crium and Verbena. *sublunatus Mitchell. N. C. (Marion). On flowers of Coreopsis. Triepeolus sublunatus Mitchell, 1962. N. C. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bull. verbesinae (Cockerell).

152: 483. g.

Biology: Linsley, 1962. Ent. Soc. Amer. Ann. 55: 161.

Genus EPEOLOIDES Giraud, p. 1218 pilosula (Cresson). New England States to Ga., west to Mich., Wis., N. Dak.

On flowers of Apocynum, Galax, Houstonia, and Rubus. Nomia compacta Provancher. Syn. by Mitchell, 1962, loc. cit. supra, p.

491.

Genus PTILOTHRIX Smith, Sup. 1, p. 248 bombiformis (Cresson), changed status. N. J. to Kans., south to Fla. and

Tex. On flowers of Cephalanthus, Cirsium, Hibiscus, Ipomoea,
Verbena, and Vernonia. *Ch. from subsp. to sp. by Mitchell, 1962,

loc. cit. supra, p. 240. Emphor bombiformis fusco jubatus Cockerell. Syn. by Mitchell, 1962, loc.

cit. supra, p. 240. bombiformis fusco jubatus (Cockerell). Syn. of bombiformis (Cresson).

Genus DIADASIA Patton, pp. 1219-1220 angusticeps Timberlake. Collecting pollen of Clarkia.

Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. Wasmann Jour. Biol. 15: 201. australis californica Timberlake. Collecting pollen from Cactaceae, princi

pally Opuntia. Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. Wasmann Jour. Biol. 15: 201-203. consociata Timberlake. Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. Wasmann Jour. Biol. 15: 203,

205, pl. 1, fig. 1. diminuta (Cresson). Collecting pollen of Sphaeralcea. Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. Wasmann Jour. Biol. 15: 205-211,

pl. 2. enavata (Cresson). Collecting pollen of Compositae, principally Helianthus. Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. Wasmann Jour. Biol 15: 212, pl.

1, fig. 5. lutzi lutzi Cockerell. Collecting pollen of Sphaeralcea. Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. Wasmann Jour. Biol. 15: 212-213,

pl. 1, fig. 3. nigrifrons (Cresson). Collecting pollen of Sidalcea.

Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. Wasmann Jour. Biol. 15: 215. nitidifrons Cockerell. Collecting pollen of Sphaeralcea.

Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. 'Wasmann Jour. Biol. 15: 215. ochracea (Cockerell). Collecting pollen of Sphaeralcea. Delete ref. in syn. to

? Dasiapis olivacea Cockerell. Biology: Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. Wasmann Jour. Biol. 15: 215-217,

pl. 1, fig. 4. vallicola Timberlake. Biology: Hall and Hurd in Linsley and MacSwain, 1957. Wasmann

Jour. Biol. 15: 217-218.

Genus MELITOMA Lepeletier and Serville, pp. 1220_1221 taurea (Say). Fla. Collects pollen of Ipomoea, but also visits Asclepias,

Cirsium, Clitoria, Convolvulus, Hibiscus, and Oenothera.

Tribe EUCERINI

Taxonomy: LaBerge, 1957. Amer. Mus. Novitates 1837, pp. 1-44, 42 figs.

(gen. reclassification).

Genus PEPONAPIS Robertson, p. 1221 Revision: Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 425-472, figs. 1, 2,

12-18. angelica (Cockerell). Syn. of pruinosa (Say). *crassidentata (Cockerell). Southern Tex.; Mexico to Costa Rica. Collects

pollen of domestic species of Cucurbita principally. Melissodes crassidentata Cockerell, 1949. U. S. Natl. Mus. Proc. 98: 466.

. Taxonomy: Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 431-437, fig. 13. limitaris (Cockerell), changed status. Raised to sp. rank (teste Hurd and

Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 468). Southern Tex.; Mexico (to
Yucatan). Collects pollen of domestic Cucurbita and of C. martin-

ezi. *michelbacherorum Hurd and Linsley. Ariz. (Nogales); Mexico (Sonora,

Sinaloa). Collects pollen of native and domestic Cucurbita. Peponapis michelbacherorum Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35:

437, fig. 14. 8, f. pruinosa (Say), changed status. Raised to sp. rank (teste Hurd and Linsley,

1964. Hilgardia 35: 448). Remove Macrocera Philadelphica Lepeletier from syn. and transf. to Nomina Dubia in Melissodes, p 1129 (teste LaBerge, 1961. Kans. Univ. Sci. Bul. 42: 654). Transcontinental, Maine to Ga., west to Idaho and Calif.; Mexico. Col

lects pollen of domestic Cucurbita and of C. foetidissima. Peponapis angelica (Cockerell) (syn. by Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgar

dia 35: 452). pruinosa limitaris (Cockerell). Raised to sp. rank. *timberlakei Hurd and Linsley. Deserts, N. Mex. to Calif., Nev.; Mexico

(Sonora). Collects pollen of Cucurbita digitata and C. palmata. Peponapis timberlakei Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 428, figs.

2, 12. ô, f. utahensis (Cockerell). Ariz., N. Mex., ? Utah; Mexico to El Salvador. Col

lects pollen of native and domestic Cucurbita. Taxonomy: Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 440-448, fig. 15.

Genus XENOGLOSSA Smith, p. 1221 Revision: Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 384-425, figs. 1-11. angustior Cockerell, changed status. Remove from syn. of patricia Cockerell

(teste Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 386). Southwestern N. Mex. to central and southern Calif.; Mexico (Baja California,

Sonora). Collects pollen of native and domestic Cucurbita. *crawfordi Cockerell. Ariz. (Nogales); Mexico (south to Morelos). Collects

pollen of domestic Cucurbita. Xenoglossa crawfordi Cockerell, 1910. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist. (8) 5:

367. 6.
*Xenoglossa dugesi Cockerell, 1919. U. S. Natl. Mus. Proc. 55: 194.

Taxonomy: Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 408-411, fig. 8. fulva Smith. Delete from Catalog and First Supplement; U. S. records appa

rently based on misidentification (teste Hurd and Linsley, 1964,

Hilgardia 35: 408). kansensis Cockerell, changed status. Raised to sp. rank. N. C. and Ga., west

to Colo. and N. Mex. Collects pollen of domestic species of Cu

curbita and of C. foetidissima. Taxonomy: Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 421-425, figs. 9, 11. patricia Cockerell. Remove angustior Cockerell, a valid sp., from syn. Tex.,

N. Mex.; Mexico (Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango). Collects pollen

of Cucurbita foetidissima.
Taxonomy: Hurd and Linsley, 1964. Hilgardia 35: 396-401, fig. 5.

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