Scientific Name: Perdita perpallida


Perdita perpallida Cockerell 1901: 190 [♀,♂]

     Syntypes â™€,♂. USA, Nebraska, Lehigh, July [no year provided], by M. Cary, on Petalostemon [University of Nebraska State Museum]


Species Notes

Though Cockerell (1901) described the â™€,♂, Muma (1952) indicated that the cotypes [=syntypes] were both â™€.



Cockerell TDA (1911) New and little-known bees from Nebraska. The Entomologist 34(458): 190-191.

Muma MH (1952) Insect types in the collections of the University of Nebraska State Museum. Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum 3(8): 1-35.

Sociality: Solitary
Nesting: Ground
Pollen Specialization: Narrow Oligolecty
Wintering Stage: Mature Larva

Crop Preference: Not Available
Non Crop Preference: Dalea sp.

Distribution: Alberta, Manitoba
Ecozone: Prairie

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