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A key to the species of Ectemnius in America north of Mexico with notes and description of a new species (Hymenoptera:Sphecidae)
By Bohart R.M., Kimsey L.S.
Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 81: 486-498, 1979

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 & Neotropical" 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.

Sphecid wasps of the world: a generic revision
By Richard Mitchell Bohart, Arnold S. Menke
University of California Press, 1976
This is an excellent reference work!! The entire masterly obra magnum (675+ pages!) can be read beginning at the link below:

      https://archive.org/details/bub_gb_FExMjuRhjpIC/page/n1

...provided courtesy of the "Internet Archive".

Thanks to Jeff for pointing to this link, which provides access to the entire work...unlike the incomplete coverage available at the Google Books link I had originally posted here.

Molecular phylogenetics of Vespoidea indicate paraphyly of the superfamily...
By Pilgrim E.M., von Dohlen C.D., Pitts J.P.
Zoologica Scripta 37: 539–560, 2008
Full title: Molecular phylogenetics of Vespoidea indicate paraphyly of the superfamily and novel relationships of its component families and subfamilies

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Identifying the sister group to the bees: a molecular phylogeny of Aculeata with an emphasis on the superfamily Apoidea
By Debevec A.H., Cardinal S., Danforth B.N.
Zoologica Scripta 41: 527-535, 2012

Evolutionary history of the Hymenoptera
By Peters et al.
Current Biology 27: 1–6, 2017

The Hymenoptera of Costa Rica
By Paul E. Hanson and Ian D. Gauld, editors
Oxford University Press, 1995
A comprehensive treatment of the biology, systematics, and diversity of Hymenoptera in Costa Rica. Keys to superfamilies, families, subfamilies and in many cases, genera are included. Given the high level of biodiversity of Hymenoptera in Costa Rica in comparison to most areas of the world, this is a valuable reference book for students of Hymenoptera in any part of the world.

 
 
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