Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society
It is always necessary in beginning a study of the fanua of a region to collect and determine the species of the group or groups being considered. Since very little has been published on the Hymenoptera of the Great Basin the writer feels that the following list of thirty-six species of Osminae will be of interest to students of the Apoidea. The writer has under way a morphological study of various species of many genera of the Apoidea.
Beck, D. Elden, "Bees of the Sub-Family Osminae in the Collection of the Brigham Young University" (1929). Ba. Paper 28.
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