Hymenoptera of North Carolina
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1Baker J.R.,(1975)Taxonomy of Five Nearctic Subgenera of Coelioxys (Hymenoptera; Megachilidae).The University of Kansas Science Bulletin Vol. 50, No. 12, pp.649-730.
2Brimley, C.S1938The Insects of North Carolina: Being a List of the Insects of North Carolina and Their Close RelativesNC Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Entomology
3Brimley, C.S.1920On Scolia bicincta Fab. and Scolia undata Klug (Hymenoptera,\r\nScoliidae) Entomologocial News XXXI:261-262
4Brimley, C.S.1936The Psammocharidae or spider wasps of North Carolina Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 52(1):107-131Added in anticipation of the site expanding to include other Hymenoptera.
5Brimley, C.S.1942Supplement to the Insects of North CarolinaNC Dept. of Agriculture, Division of EntomologyIn Google Scholar, the link for the main text goes to this supplement. I have not yet found a virtual copy of the main text for Insects of NC.
6Cane, J.H. and Payne, J.A.1988Foraging ecology of the bee Habropoda laboriosa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae), an oligolege of blueberries (Ericaceae: Vaccinium) in the southeastern United StatesAnnals of the Entomological Society of America, 81(3), pp.419-427
7Carper, A.L.,2013Effects of suburbanization on plant-pollinator interactions. Dissertation,Dartmouth College.
8Cockerell, T.D.A.,1911. LXXXIXDescriptions and records of bees.—XL.Journal of Natural History, 8(48), pp.763-770.
9Colla, S.R., Ascher, J.S., Arduser, M., Cane, J., Deyrup, M., Droege, S., Gibbs, J., Griswold, T., Hall, H.G., Henne, C. and Neff, J.,2012Documenting persistence of most eastern North American bee species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) to 1990–2009.Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 85(1), pp.14-22.
10Cresson, E.T.,1878Descriptions of new North American Hymenoptera in the collection of the American Entomological Society.Transactions of the American Entomological Society and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the Academy of Natural Sciences, 7, pp.61-136.
11da Rocha-Filho, L.C.,2015, DecemberA contribution to the taxonomy of the cleptoparasitic bee subgenus Cyrtocoelioxys Mitchell of Coelioxys Latreille (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae).In Annales zoologici (Vol. 65, No. 4, pp. 687-703). Museum and Institute of Zoology, Polish Academy of Sciences.
12Daly, H. V.1973Bees of the genus Ceratina in America North of Mexico (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).University of California Publications in Entomology 74: 1-114. The Regents of the University of California. Published by the University of California Press.
13Danforth, B.N., Minckley, R.L., Neff, J.L. and Fawcett, F.2019The Solitary Bees: Biology, Evolution, ConservationPrinceton University Press
14Donovan, B. J.1977A revision of North American bees of the subgenus Cnemidandrena (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae).University of California Publications in Entomology: 1-107
15Evans, D.L. and DL, E.1972A revision of the subgenus Holonomada of the genus Nomada (Hymenoptera Anthophoridae).Wasmann Journal of Biology 30(1-2):1-34
16Gibbs, J.,2010Revision of the metallic species of Lasioglossum (Dialictus) in Canada (Hymenoptera, Halictidae, Halictini).Zootaxa, 2591(1), pp.1-382.
17Gibbs, J.,2011Revision of the metallic Lasioglossum (Dialictus) of eastern North America (Hymenoptera: Halictidae: Halictini).Zootaxa, 3073(1), pp.1-216.
18Hall, H.G., Almquist, D.T. and Ascher, J.S.,2016A new species of Colletes (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Colletidae) from northern Florida and Georgia, with notes on the Colletes of those states.Journal of Melittology, (58), pp.1-20.
19Holm, H.2014Pollinators of native plants: attract, observe and identify pollinators and beneficial insects with native plants (No. 595.79 H747p)Pollination Presshttps://www.pollinatorsnativeplants.com/
20Holm, H.2017Bees: An identification and native plant forage guide (No. 638.13 H747b)Pollination Press https://www.pollinatorsnativeplants.com/
21LaBerge, W. E.1971A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part IV. Scrapteropsis, Xiphandrena, and Rhaphandrena.Transactions of the American Entomological Society 97: 441-520.
22LaBerge, W. E.1973A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part VI. Subgenus Trachandrena.Transactions of the American Entomological Society 99: 235-371.
23LaBerge, W. E.1980A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part X. Subgenus Andrena.Transactions of the American Entomological Society 106: 395-526.
24LaBerge, W. E., Bouseman, J. K.1970A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part III. Tylandrena.Transactions of the American Entomological Society 96: 543-605.
25LaBerge, W.E.1967A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part I. Callandrena.(Hymenoptera: Andrenidae).Bulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum 7:1-316Digital Commons
26LaBerge, W.E. and Ribble, D.W.1972A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part V: Gonandrena, Geissandrena, Parandrena, PelicandrenaTransactions of the American Entomological Society 98:271-358
27Levenson, H. and Youngstead, E.2019The Bees of North Carolina. An Identification GuideNC State Extension Service
28Mader, E., Shepherd, M., Vaughan, M., Black, S.H. and LeBuhn, G.2011Attracting Native Pollinators: Protecting North America\'s Bees and ButterfliesThe Xerces Society. Storey Publishing, North Adams, MA
29Michener, C.D.2007The Bees of the World. 2nd EditionJohn Hopkins Univ. Press, Baltimore
30Mitchell, T.B.1960Bees of the Eastern United States. Part ITechnical bulletin (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station) 141:1-538NCSU Insect MuseumContains Introduction, Andrenidae, Colletidae, Halictidae, Mellitidae
31Mitchell, T.B.1962Bees of the eastern United States. Part IITechnical bulletin (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station) 152:1-557NCSU Insect MuseumIncludes Megachilidae, Anthophoridae, Apidae sensu strictu
32Moissett, B. and Buchanan, S.2010Bee basics: an introduction to our native beesUSDA, Forest ServiceUSDAExcellent introduction to native bees
33NC Natural Heritage Program2021NC Natural Heritage Program Biotics DatabaseNatural Heritage Program Raleigh, NC
34Neff, J.L.,2009The biology of Hoplitis (Robertsonella) simplex (Cresson), with a synopsis of the subgenus Robertsonella Titus.J. Hymen. Res, 18, pp.151-166.
35Rightmyer, M.G.,2008A review of the cleptoparasitic bee genus Triepeolus (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Part I.Zootaxa, 1710(1), pp.1-170.
36Snelling, R.R.,1970Studies on North American bees of the genus Hylaeus. 5. The subgenera Hylaeus, s. str. and Paraprosopis (Hymenoptera: Colletidae).Contributions in Science-Los Angeles County Museum, (180), pp.1-59. https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/52108759#page/89/mode/1up
37Timberlake, P.H.1968A revisional study of the bees of the genus Perdita F. Smith, with special reference to the fauna of the Pacific coast (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Part VII.University of California Publications in Entomology, 49, 1–196.
38Wells, B.W.1967The Natural Gardens of North CarolinaUniv. of NC Press, Chapel Hill. 458 pp.
39Williams, P.H., Thorp, R.W., Richardson, L.L. and Colla, S.R.2014Bumble bees of North America: an identification guidePrinceton University Press, Princeton and Oxford. 208 pp
40Williams, P.H., Thorp, R.W., Richardson, L.L. and Colla, S.R.,2014Bumble bees of North America: an identification guide.Princeton University Press.
41Wilson, J.S. and Carrill, O.M.2016The Bees in Your Backyard. A Guide to North America\'s BeesPrinceton Univ. Press; Princeton and Oxford. 288pp
42Wray, D.L.1938Notes on the southern harvester ant (Pogonomyrmex badius Latr.) in North CarolinaAnnals of the Entomological Society of America 31(2):196-201
43Wray, D.L.1950The Insects of North Carolina, 2nd SupplementNC Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Entomology
44Wray, D.L.1967The Insects of North Carolina, 3rd SupplementNC Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Entomology