Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Exoprosopa pallens Bigot, 1892 - junior synonym to E. doris Osten Sacken, 1877.
Elmer & Johnson state (at bottom of pg. 70
) that males have both the 6th & 7th tergites with white tomentum; while females have tomentum of 6th tergite tan and 7th tergite white.
AZ, CA, ID, NV, NM, OR, TX, WA
"very common on Eriogonum fasciculatum (CA Buckwheat)" -- Andy Calderwood
A detailed description of E. doris
appears on the first page
of Elmer & Johnson (1958).
Elmer, D & Johnson, L. M. (1958). New and Insufficciently Known Exoprosopa
from the Far West. Great Basin Naturalist, 18(3) 69-84 (Full Text