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Photo#84910
bee - Pseudopanurgus compositarum - female

bee - Pseudopanurgus compositarum - Female
fayetteville, washington County, Arkansas, USA
October 23, 2006
Size: ~6mm
these were the only pictures i could get... not the best, but it was a terribly small bee.

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bee - Pseudopanurgus compositarum - female bee - Pseudopanurgus compositarum - female

Moved

Pseudopanurgus
sensu lato female aka Pterosarus aka Heterosarus(Pterosarus) aka Protandrena (Pterosarus)

quite possibly P. compositarum

 
Pseudopanurgus vs. Panurginus?
Is there an easy way to distinguish Pseudopanurgus & Panurginus? I see the "stigma island".

 
note Oct date, plumose scopal hairs etc.
wing venation is diagnostic

"stigma island"

no one uses that terminology now

 
I still do.
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Pseudopanurgus
thank you for the info Dr. Ascher.

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