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Erythraspides carbonarius (Cresson, 1880)

Selandria carbonaria Cresson, 1880:12, ♀.Georgia (leg. Morrison). - As Blennocampa carbonaria: - Dalla Torre, 1894Dalla Torre, C.G.1894 Catalogus Hymenopterorum. Vol. I: Tenthredinidae incl. Uroceridae (Phyllophaga & Xylophaga). G. Engelmann, 459. (distribution). - As Erythraspides carbonarius: - Krombein et al., 1979Krombein, K.V., P.D. Hurd, D.R. Smith & B.D. Burks1979 Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico. Volume 1. Symphyta and Apocrita (Parasitica). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1-1198. (distribution).
Selandria parva Cresson, 1880:12, ♂.Colorado (leg. Morrison). - Krombein et al., 1979Krombein, K.V., P.D. Hurd, D.R. Smith & B.D. Burks1979 Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico. Volume 1. Symphyta and Apocrita (Parasitica). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1-1198.:98 ( listed as synonym of Erythraspides carbonarius (Cresson, 1880)).
Blennocampa abjecta MacGillivray, 1921:22 - Krombein et al., 1979Krombein, K.V., P.D. Hurd, D.R. Smith & B.D. Burks1979 Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico. Volume 1. Symphyta and Apocrita (Parasitica). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1-1198.:98 ( listed as synonym of Erythraspides carbonarius (Cresson, 1880)).
Blennocampa absona MacGillivray, 1921:22 - Krombein et al., 1979Krombein, K.V., P.D. Hurd, D.R. Smith & B.D. Burks1979 Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico. Volume 1. Symphyta and Apocrita (Parasitica). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1-1198.:98 ( listed as synonym of Erythraspides carbonarius (Cresson, 1880)).

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Area distribution map

map of Erythraspides carbonarius     (Cresson, 1880)

Distribution

CAN-OntCanada - Ontario
(Krombein et al., 1979)
CAN-SasCanada - Saskatchewan
(Krombein et al., 1979)
USA-ColUnited States - Colorado
(Cresson, 1880 [as Selandria parva Cresson, 1880]; Krombein et al., 1979)
USA-GeoUnited States - Georgia
(Cresson, 1880; Dalla Torre, 1894; Krombein et al., 1979)
USA-MaiUnited States - Maine
(Krombein et al., 1979)
USA-MioUnited States - Missouri
(Dalla Torre, 1894)
USA-TexUnited States - Texas
(Krombein et al., 1979)

Literature

  • Cresson, E.T.1880 Descriptions of new North American Hymenoptera in the collection of the American Entomological Society. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 8 (1/2):1-52.
  • Dalla Torre, C.G.1894 Catalogus Hymenopterorum. Vol. I: Tenthredinidae incl. Uroceridae (Phyllophaga & Xylophaga). G. Engelmann, 459.
  • Krombein, K.V., P.D. Hurd, D.R. Smith & B.D. Burks1979 Catalog of Hymenoptera in America North of Mexico. Volume 1. Symphyta and Apocrita (Parasitica). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1-1198.