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Calliopsis edwardsii Cresson, 1878
Calliopsis edwardsii Cresson, 1878; Calliopsis lateralis Cresson, 1878; Spinoliella triangulifera Cockerell, 1925; Nomadopsis (Nomadopsis) edwardsii (Cresson, 1878)

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Subgenus: Nomadopsis

Calliopsis edwardsii, back, Yosemite, California ---.
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Calliopsis edwardsii, back, Yosemite, California ---.

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Calliopsis edwardsii, f, back, Mariposa CA ---.
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Calliopsis edwardsii, f, back, Mariposa CA ---.
Calliopsis edwardsii, f, left, Mariposa CA ---.
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Calliopsis edwardsii, f, left, Mariposa CA ---.

Calliopsis edwardsii, face, Yosemite, California ---.
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Calliopsis edwardsii, face, Yosemite, California ---.
Calliopsis edwardsii, right, Yosemite California ---.
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Calliopsis edwardsii, right, Yosemite California ---.
Overview
Reprinted from: Cresson, E.T., 1878. Descriptions of new North American Hymenoptera in the collection of the American Entomological Society. Trans. Am. Entomol. Soc.7:64-65.


Black,shining, sparsely punctured, thinly clothed with pale pubesceuco; a smell triangular spot on eech side of face, a longitudinal mark on disk of clypeus and spot on base of mandibles, white; flagellum beneath dull testaceous; mesothorax polished, rather thickly punc tured in front, smooth on disk; pleura thickly pubescent; wings dusky, veined AMERICAN HYM?NOPTEEA. 65 as in preceding species; legs clothed with pale pubescence; abdomen ovate, depressed, a rounded spot on each side of first and second segments, a band on third and fourth, broadly interrupted on third and slightly so on fourth, and a dot on each side of fifth segment, whitish; anal fimbria pale; venter piceous, immaculate. Length .35 inch. ? ?Smaller than 9; a larger triangular mark on each side of face, a dot between antenna, clypeus except its apical margin and two minute dots near base, the mandibles except tips, four anterior knees and anterior tibia before, all white or yellowish-white; segments 1?5 of abdomen each with a narrow white fascia, those on first and second segments dilated on the sides and inter? rupted on the disk, the others slightly widened on sides; sixth segment, in one specimen, has a narrow fascia abbreviated laterally. Length .30 inch. Hab.?California, (H. Edwards). Three specimens.

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FamilyScientific name @ source (records)
Liliaceae  Calochortus sp @ BBSL (1)
Onagraceae  Clarkia sp @ BBSL (3)
Rosaceae  Horkelia fusca @ BBSL (11)

Horkelia tilingii @ UCRC_ENT (6)

Horkelia tridentata @ BBSL (10)

Horkelia @ AMNH_BEE (9)

Potentilla drummondii @ BBSL__KWC (1)

Potentilla glandulosa @ UCRC_ENT (16)

Potentilla gracilis @ BBSL (8)
_  Withheld @ BBSL (570); BBSL__YOSE (354)

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