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Subtribe Perditina - Fairy and Goblin Bees

 
 
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Taxonomic revision of Perdita subgenus Heteroperdita Timberlake (Hymenopt.: Andrenidae), with descriptions of two ant-like males
By Portman Z.M., Neff J.L., Griswold T.
Zootaxa 4214: 1‒97, 2016

Phylogenetic analysis and taxonomic revision of the Perdita subgenera Macrotera, Macroteropsis, Macroterella and Cockerellula...
By Danforth B.N.
U. Kans. Sci. Bull. 55: 635‒692, 1996

A revisional study of the bees of the genus Perdita F. Smith, with special reference to the fauna of the Pacific coast, Part I.
By Timberlake P.H.
UC Pub. Entomol. 9: 345‒432, 1954

A revision of Perdita (Xerophasma) Timberlake (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae)
By Griswold T., Miller W.
Zootaxa 2517: 1–14, 2010

Nesting biologies and immature stages of the rophitine bees (Halictidae) with notes on the cleptoparasite Biastes(Anthophoridae)
By Rozen J.G.
Am. Mus. Novitates 3066: 1‒28, 1993

Family-group names for bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea)
By Engel M.S.
Am. Mus. novitates 3476, 33 pp., 2005

The Solitary Bees - Biology, Evolution, Conservation
By Bryan N. Danforth, Robert L. Minckley, John L. Neff
Princeton University Press, 2019
A book I've been waiting for has arrived at my door.
Princeton introduction

Collecting bees in southern Texas.
By Cockerell, W.P.
Journal of the New York Entomological Society 25(3): 187–193., 1917
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Cockerell, W.P. 1917. Collecting bees in southern Texas. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 25(3): 187–193.

 
 
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