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Anthophora abrupta Say, 1837

Anthophora abrúpta Say, 1837:409, ♂. ♂, Indiana. - Cresson, 1869Cresson, E.T.1869 A list of the North American species of the genus Anthophora, with descriptions of new species. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 2:289-293. (distribution); Cresson, 1872Cresson, E.T.1872 Hymenoptera Texana. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 4:153-292. (distribution); Cockerell, 1899Cockerell, T.D.A.1899 The bees of Kansas. Entomological News 10:3-4. (distribution); Cockerell, 1905Cockerell, T.D.A.1905 Some bees collected by the Rev. G. Birkmann at Fedor, Texas. The Canadian Entomologist 37:265-267. (distribution); Cockerell, 1906Cockerell, T.D.A.1906 The North American bees of the family Anthophoridae. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 32:63-116. (distribution); Lutz & Cockerell, 1920Lutz, F.E. & T.D.A. Cockerell1920 Notes on the distribution and bibliography of North American bees of the families, Apidae, Meliponidae, Bombidae, Euglossidae, and Anthophoridae. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist 42 (15):491-641. (distribution); Mitchell, 1962Mitchell, T.B.1962 Bees of the Eastern United States. Volume II. Technical bulletin (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station) 152:1-557. (distribution); Krombein et al., 1979Krombein, K.V., P.D. Hurd, D.R. Smith & B.D. Burks1979 Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico. Volume 2. Apocrita (Aculeata). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1199-2209. (distribution); Pascarella, 2006Pascarella, J.B.2006 The bees of Florida. . (distribution); Owens et al., 2018Owens, B.E., L. Allain, E.C. van Gorder, J.L. Bossart & C.E. Carlton2018 The bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Louisiana: An updated, annotated checklist. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 120 (2):272-307. (distribution).
Anthophora sponsa Smith, 1854:339, ♀. ♀, United States (B.M.). - Cresson, 1872Cresson, E.T.1872 Hymenoptera Texana. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 4:153-292.:283 ( listed as synonym of Anthophora abrupta Say, 1837); Lutz & Cockerell, 1920Lutz, F.E. & T.D.A. Cockerell1920 Notes on the distribution and bibliography of North American bees of the families, Apidae, Meliponidae, Bombidae, Euglossidae, and Anthophoridae. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist 42 (15):491-641. (distribution); Mitchell, 1962Mitchell, T.B.1962 Bees of the Eastern United States. Volume II. Technical bulletin (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station) 152:1-557.:324 ( listed as synonym of Anthophora abrupta Say, 1837); Krombein et al., 1979Krombein, K.V., P.D. Hurd, D.R. Smith & B.D. Burks1979 Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico. Volume 2. Apocrita (Aculeata). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1199-2209.:2159 ( listed as synonym of Anthophora abrupta Say, 1837).

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Area distribution map

map of Anthophora abrupta     Say, 1837

Distribution

CANCanada
(Lutz & Cockerell, 1920)
USAUnited States
(Smith, 1854 [as Anthophora sponsa Smith, 1854]; Cockerell, 1906)
USA-FloUnited States - Florida
(Mitchell, 1962; Krombein et al., 1979; Pascarella, 2006)
USA-IllUnited States - Illinois
(Cresson, 1869; Lutz & Cockerell, 1920 [as Anthophora sponsa Smith, 1854]; Lutz & Cockerell, 1920; Mitchell, 1962)
USA-IndUnited States - Indiana
(Say, 1837)
USA-KanUnited States - Kansas
(Cockerell, 1899; Lutz & Cockerell, 1920)
USA-LouUnited States - Louisiana
(Mitchell, 1962; Krombein et al., 1979; Owens et al., 2018)
USA-MasUnited States - Masachusettes
(Cresson, 1869)
USA-MicUnited States - Michigan
(Mitchell, 1962; Krombein et al., 1979)
USA-NeJUnited States - New Jersey
(Lutz & Cockerell, 1920)
USA-NeYUnited States - New York
(Mitchell, 1962; Krombein et al., 1979)
USA-TexUnited States - Texas
(Cresson, 1872; Cockerell, 1905; Lutz & Cockerell, 1920; Krombein et al., 1979)
USA-WeVUnited States - West Virginia
(Cresson, 1869; Lutz & Cockerell, 1920)

Literature

  • Cockerell, T.D.A.1899 The bees of Kansas. Entomological News 10:3-4.
  • Cockerell, T.D.A.1905 Some bees collected by the Rev. G. Birkmann at Fedor, Texas. The Canadian Entomologist 37:265-267.
  • Cockerell, T.D.A.1906 The North American bees of the family Anthophoridae. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 32:63-116.
  • Cresson, E.T.1869 A list of the North American species of the genus Anthophora, with descriptions of new species. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 2:289-293.
  • Cresson, E.T.1872 Hymenoptera Texana. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 4:153-292.
  • Krombein, K.V., P.D. Hurd, D.R. Smith & B.D. Burks1979 Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico. Volume 2. Apocrita (Aculeata). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1199-2209.
  • Lutz, F.E. & T.D.A. Cockerell1920 Notes on the distribution and bibliography of North American bees of the families, Apidae, Meliponidae, Bombidae, Euglossidae, and Anthophoridae. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist 42 (15):491-641.
  • Mitchell, T.B.1962 Bees of the Eastern United States. Volume II. Technical bulletin (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station) 152:1-557.
  • Owens, B.E., L. Allain, E.C. van Gorder, J.L. Bossart & C.E. Carlton2018 The bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Louisiana: An updated, annotated checklist. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 120 (2):272-307.
  • Pascarella, J.B.2006 The bees of Florida. .
  • Say, T.1837 Descriptions of new species of North American Hymenoptera, and observations on some already described [Concluded from p. 305]. Boston Journal of Natural History 1 (4):361-416.
  • Smith, F.1854 Catalogue of Hymenopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum. Part II. Apidae. London. 465 pp, 8 pl.