Scientific Name: Pseudopanurgus innuptus (Cockerell, 1896)

Common Name: Pseudopanurgus innuptus


Calliopsis innuptus Cockerell, 1896g: 222 [♀].

     Holotype ♀. USA, Colorado, Colorado Springs, July 1895, by T.D.A. Cockerell [Ckll. 3580].

Panurginus albitarsis subsp. fortior Cockerell, 1899a: 129 [♂] [synonymy by Cockerell 1899b: 266].

     Holotype ♂. USA, New Mexico, Mescalero, 22 July 1898, by C.M. Barber.

Panurginus innuptus var. fortior Cockerell, 1899b: 266 [name change] [synonymy by Cockerell 1899b: 266].

Panurginus innuptus var. absonus Cockerell, 1912b: 446 [♂] [synonymy by Cockerell 1912: 446].

     Holotype ♂. USA, New Mexico, Pecos, August [no year provided], by W.P. Cockerell [].



Cockerell (1899b) added a note regarding his P. subsp. albitarsis fortior, indicating that the correct name was Panurginus innuptus var. fortior.



Cockerell TDA (1896) Three new bees of the genus Calliopsis from Colorado. Entomological News 7: 221-223.

Cockerell TDA (1899a) Notes on American bees. The Entomologist 32: 128-129.

Cockerell TDA (1899b) The species of the bee-genus Dieunomia. The Entomologist 32(438): 265-266.

Cockerell TDA (1912) New records of bees (Hymen.). Entomological News 23: 444-447.

Sociality: Solitary
Nesting: Ground

Crop Preference: Not Available
Non Crop Preference: Not Available

Distribution: Alberta, Saskatchewan
Ecozone: Prairie