Confirmed presence of the squash bee, Peponapis pruinosa (Say, 1837) in the state of Oregon and specimen-based observational records of Peponapis (Say, 1837) (Hymenoptera: Anthophila) in the Oregon State Arthropod Collection

Lincoln R. Best, Christopher J Marshall, Sarah Red-Laird

Abstract


A new Oregon record for Peponapis pruinosa (Say, 1837) is presented with notes on its occurrence and photographs. This record provides the first empirical evidence of the genus and species in the state of Oregon. A dataset of Peponapis (Say, 1837) specimens in the holdings of the Oregon State Arthropod Collection is included with a brief summary of its contents.

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Insect Fauna, Pacific Northwest

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5399/osu/cat_osac.3.3.4614

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