Apoid Wasps (Apoidea)- traditional Sphecidae
Hyménoptères Sphécides Crabroniens des Amériques du genre Crossocerus Lepeletier & Brullé, 1835.By Leclercq, Jean
Notes fauniques de Gembloux, n°40, pp. 3-75, 2000
Available as a PDF at: http://researcharchive.calacademy.org/research/entomology/Entomology_Resources/Hymenoptera/sphecidae/copies/Leclercq_2000d_American_Crossocerus.pdf
This paper is a revision of the New World members of genus Crossocerus
(i.e. taxa of North, Central, & South America...or equivalently the "Nearctic
" biogeographical realms).
Wespen - beobachten, bestimmen (Wasps - observing, identifying)By Rolf Witt
Naturbuch Verlag, Augsburg, Germany, 1998
This well illustrated pocket-sized book of 360 pages is divided into a General Part describing wasps as a group (pages 9 - 79) and a Special Part (pages 80 - 336) giving keys to Vespidae, Crabronidae, Sphecidae etc. and their nests as well as illustrated descriptions of Embolemidae, Dryinidae, Bethylidae, Chrysididae, Sapygidae, Tiphiidae, Myrmosidae, Scoliidae, Mutillidae, Vespidae (incl. Polistinae, Vespinae, Masarinae, Eumeninae), Pompilidae, Crabronidae, Sphecidae. The illustrated decriptions of selected species include info on body length, range, habitats, phenology (months of appearance), biology incl.
Range extension of Pseneo punctatus Fox and notes on predation of an introduced sharpshooter, Homalodisca coagulata (Say)By Bethke, J. A., Campbell, K. A., Blua, M. J., Redak, R. A. and Yanega, D. A.
The Pan-Pacific entomologist 77(1): 54-56, 2001