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Nomada subnigrocincta Swenk, 1915


Scientific Name: Nomada subnigrocincta Swenk, 1915

Common Name: Nomada subnigrocincta


Nomada (Nomada) subnigrocincta Swenk, 1915: 155 [♀, ♂].

     Holotype ♀. USA, New Jersey, Trenton, 24 May 1905, by H.L. Viereck [AMNH?].


Taxonomic notesNomada subnigrocincta Swenk, 1915 belongs to the ruficornis group.

Distribution in Canada: Pindar 2014 [ON].

This presence of this species in Canada needs to be confirmed.


Swenk MH (1915) Studies of North American bees III. Families Nomadidae and Stelididae. University Studies of the University of Nebraska 15(2): 155-193.

Pindar AN (2014) The effect of fire disturbance on bee community composition in Oak Savannah habitat in southern Ontario, Canada. PhD Thesis, York University, Toronto. xiv + 160

Sociality: Parasitic
Nesting: Ground
Pollen Specialization: Not Applicable
Wintering Stage: Adult

Crop Preference: Not Available
Non Crop Preference: Not Available

Distribution: Ontario
Ecozone: Mixwood Plains

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