Species

Scientific Name: Hylaeus rudbeckiae (Cockerell and Casad 1895)

Common Name: Hylaeus rudbeckiae

Taxonomy

Prosopis rudbeckiae Cockerell and Casad, 1895: 300 [♂‚]

     Holotype ♂‚. USA, New Mexico, Santa Fé, 19 July 1894, by T.D.A. Cockerell (Ckll. no. 1563), on Rudbeckiae laciniata [ANSP?]

Prosapis bakeri Cockerell, 1896: 26 [♂‚]

     Holotype ♂‚. USA, Colorado, Larimer County, seven miles W. of Livermore, 7000 ft, 1 July 1894, by C.F. Baker []

Prosapis digitatus Cockerell, 1896: 30 [♂‚]

     Holotype ♂‚. USA, Colorado, Steamboat Springs, 13 July 1894, by C.F. Baker [no. 1329] [USNM no. 0972]

Prosapis rudbeckiae race ruidosensis Cockerell, 1896: 30 [♂‚]

     Holotype ♂‚. USA, New Mexico, Ruidoso Creek, 7500 feet, 6 July 1895, by E.O. Wootoni [no. 74], on Scrophularia []

Prosapis rudbeckiae race subdigitata Cockerell 1896: 31 [♂‚]

     Holotype ♂‚. USA, Colorado, Foothills west of Fort Collins, 15 June 1895, by C.F. Baker [no. 1658] [USNM no. 0979]

 

References

Cockerell TDA (1896) New species of Prosapis. Psyche 7 (suppl.): 26-32.

Cockerell TDA, Casad JE, Fox WJ (1895) Descriptions of New Hymenoptera. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 22(3): 297-300. http://www.jstor.org/stable/25076646

 

Sociality: Solitary
Nesting: Cavity Renter
Pollen Specialization: Polylectic

Crop Preference: Not Available
Non Crop Preference: Not Available

Distribution: British Columbia, Ontario
Ecozone: Boreal Shield, Western Interior Basin