Scientific Name: Dianthidium concinnum (Cresson, 1872)
Common Name: Dianthidium concinnum
Anthidium concinnum Cresson, 1872: 270 [â™€,â™‚]
Lectotype â™‚ [desingated by Cresson 1916: 116]. USA, Texas, by G.W. Belfrage [ANSP no. 2402].
The DNA Barcode Index Number (BIN) for this species is BOLD: .
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Approximate Global Extent of Occurrence (EOO) (http://geocat.kew.org/): km2
Index of Area of Occupancy (IAO) in Canada (http://geocat.kew.org/): 4 km2
Distribution in Canada
This species was first documented in Canada, from Manitoba, by Semmler et al. (2018).
Cresson ET (1872) Hymenoptera Texana. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 4: 153-292. https://doi.org/10.2307/25076272
Cresson ET (1916) The Cresson types of Hymenoptera. Memoirs of the American Entomological Society 1: 1-141.
Semmler SJ, Olynyk M, Miller R, Gibbs J (2018) First records of the resin bees, Dianthidium pudicum pudicum and D. simile (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), in Manitoba, with a key to local species. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Manitoba 73: 5-13.
Pollen Specialization: Polylectic
Wintering Stage: Mature Larva