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Nomada edwardsii Cresson, 1878
Nomada vinnula Cresson, 1879; Nomada intercepta Smith, 1879; Nomada (Holonomada) edwardsii var australior Cockerell, 1903; Nomada edwardsii vinnula Cresson, 1879; Nomada (Holonomada) edwardsii Cresson, 1878; Nomada (Holonomada) australior Cockerell, 1903; Nomada (Holonomada) intercepta Smith, 1879; Nomada (Holonomada) vinnula Cresson, 1879

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Nomada edwardsii MALE CFP
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Nomada edwardsii MALE CFP

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Nomada edwardsii
Reprinted from: Cresson, E.T., 1878. Descriptions of new North American Hymenoptera in the collection of the American Entomological Society. Trans. Am. Entomol. Soc.7:72.

Black, head and thorax cloeely end deeply punctured; aides of the face, narrowed above but not quite reaching the summit of eyes, spot on vertex beneath ocelli, clypeus except two black dota, spot above, labrum, mandibles except tipe, posterior ?rbita, scape beneath, collar, lateral margin of mesothorax dilated anteriorly, two short lines on disk, tubercle?, large mark on pleura, ?eutellums, large angular mark on each eide of metathorax, and tegula, all lemon-yellow: flagellant ferruginous at base and beneath, second and third joint? subequal, the second slightly longer; wings dusky, darker at apex; legs yellow, coxa, femora and tibia behind more or less black; abdomen very minutely punctured, lemon-yellow, basal half of first segment and basal margin of remaining ??gaient?, black. Length .50 inch. Hab.?California. (Henry Edwards). One specimen. This fine species closely resembles *u?>erba Cress., bot is quite distinct In giving the relative lengths of the third and fourth joints of antennas, (second and third of flagellum), the view is always taken from beneath, the greatest difference being generally noticeable in the males.

Tergites and sternites of abdomen almost entirely yellow in males and females; Females have noticeable upright black hairs scattered across T5 and along the rim of T4

Extracted from Western Bees obtained by the American Museum Expeditions by Cockerell (1921).

IDAHO: 1, Victor, apout 63?0 ft. alt., vegetation of aspens, roses, etc., July 11, 1920. This is a member of the Pacific Coast fauna, extending inlancl to Idaho. The same is true of the next species, lV: c£irina. The Californian N. coquilletti Cockerell also reaches Idaho.

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FamilyScientific name @ source (records)
Anacardiaceae  Rhus trilobata @ BBSL (1)
Asteraceae  Helianthus @ AMNH_BEE (1)

Senecio sp @ BBSL (1)
Boraginaceae  Cryptantha intermedia @ BBSL (1)

Hackelia sp @ BBSL (1)
Fabaceae  Astragalus praelongus @ BBSL (2)
Ranunculaceae  Anemone hupehensis @ I_LKD (1)
_  Brassicaceae sp @ BBSL (1)

Withheld @ BBSL (62); BBSL__YOSE (2); BBSL__ZION (81)

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