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Nomada itamera Cockerell, 1910
Nomada (Nomada) itamera Cockerell, 1910

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Nomada itamera F AMNH BEE-TYPE-AMNH IZC-
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Nomada itamera F AMNH BEE-TYPE-AMNH IZC-

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Nomada itamera F AMNH BEE-TYPE-AMNH IZC-
© Copyright Hadel Go 2011-2016 · 2
Nomada itamera F AMNH BEE-TYPE-AMNH IZC-
Nomada itamera F AMNH BEE-TYPE-AMNH IZC-
© Copyright Hadel Go 2011-2016 · 2
Nomada itamera F AMNH BEE-TYPE-AMNH IZC-
Overview
Reprinted from: Cockerell,T.A. 1910. Some bees of the genus Nomada from Washington state. Psyche. 17:95


?. Length 81/ mm.; head and thorax coarsely rugosopunctate, with scanty white (yellowish dorsally) hair; black, with the following parts dark red, face below antennm except a broad black band extending from each antenna to clypeal margin, mandibles (which are stout and blunt, but entire) entirely, labrum, posterior orbits extremely narrowly, a large triangular mark above each eye, a large V-shaped mark on each side of mesothorax, the greater part of the extremely prominent and strongly bilobed scutellum, upper border of prothorax, tubercles, and a very large patch on pleura; antennae thick, third joint shorter than fourth, scape red in front, flagellum dark red suffused with dusky; tegule very bright ferruginous, strongly punctured; wings very dark on apical margin, stigna and nervures dark reddish; b. n. going a moderate distance basad of t. m.; second s. mo large, receiving first r. n. at middle; legs red, the femora with much black, the edges of the black suffused; abdomen broad, dark red, black at base of first segment trilobed, apical margin of first two segments strongly blackened; apical half of abdomen darker, with minute scattered glittering hairs; sides of second segment with a round suffused yellow spot; fourth segment with a pair of subdorsal yellow spots.

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