Dataset: CASC-INV
Search Criteria: USA OR United States OR U.S.A. OR United States of America; Kansas; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Inventory


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Prionyx thomae (Fabricius 1775)
   
USA, Kansas

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Dasymutilla bioculata (Cresson 1865)
   
USA, Kansas

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Dasymutilla texanella Mickel 1928
   
USA, Kansas

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Timulla leona (Blake 1871)
   
USA, Kansas

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Dasymutilla occidentalis (Linnaeus 1758)
   
USA, Kansas

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Dasymutilla scaevola (Blake 1871)
   
USA, Kansas

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Ceropales bipunctata bipunctata Say 1824
   
USA, Kansas

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Timulla ocellaria rufidorsa Mickel 1937
   
USA, Kansas

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Auplopus nigrellus (Banks 1912)
   
USA, Kansas

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Entypus fulvicornis (Cresson 1867)
   
USA, Kansas

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Entypus unifasciatus unifasciatus (Say 1828)
   
USA, Kansas

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Pepsis thisbe R. Lucas 1895
   
USA, Kansas

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Phanagenia bombycina (Cresson 1867)
   
USA, Kansas

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Anoplius americanus americanus (Palisot de Beauvois 1811)
   
USA, Kansas

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Anoplius lepidus artamentarius (Dahlbom 1843)
   
USA, Kansas

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Anoplius nigritus (Dahlbom 1843)
   
USA, Kansas

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Aporinellus completus Banks 1917
   
USA, Kansas

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Poecilopompilus interruptus interruptus (Say 1835)
   
USA, Kansas

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Evagetes asignus Dreisbach 1956
   
USA, Kansas

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Scolia nobilitata Fabricius 1805
   
USA, Kansas

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Astata bicolor Say 1823
   
USA, Kansas

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Astata nevadica Cresson 1881
   
USA, Kansas

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USA, Kansas

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Tachytes mergus W. Fox 1892
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachytes chrysopyga obscurus Cresson 1873
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachytes distinctus F. Smith 1856
   
USA, Kansas

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Plenoculus davisi davisi W. Fox 1893
   
USA, Kansas

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Liris argentatus (Palisot de Beavois 1811)
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachytes abdominalis (Say 1823)
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachytes aurulentus (Fabricius 1804)
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachysphex antennatus W. Fox 1894
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachysphex ashmeadii W. Fox 1894
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachysphex crassiformis Viereck 1906
   
USA, Kansas

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Lyroda subita Say 1837
   
USA, Kansas

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Astata unicolor Say 1824
   
USA, Kansas

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Solierella inermis (Cresson 1872)
   
USA, Kansas

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Larropsis conferta (W. Fox 1894)
   
USA, Kansas

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Larropsis rugosa (W. Fox 1894)
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachytes sayi Banks 1942
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachysphex tarsatus (Say 1823)
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachysphex texanus (Cresson 1873)
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachysphex apicalis W. Fox 1893
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachysphex terminatus (F. Smith 1856)
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachysphex belfragei (Cresson 1873)
   
USA, Kansas

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Saygorytes phaleratus (Say 1837)
   
USA, Kansas

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USA, Kansas

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Lestica confluenta (Say 1837)
   
USA, Kansas

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Sphecius speciosus (Drury 1773)
   
USA, Kansas

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Hyponysson raui (Rohwer 1917)
   
USA, Kansas

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Cerceris bicornuta Gu'©rin-M'©n'©ville 1844
   
USA, Kansas

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USA, Kansas

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Eucerceris zonata (Say 1823)
   
USA, Kansas

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Cerceris compacta Cresson 1865
   
USA, Kansas

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Cerceris finitima Cresson 1865
   
USA, Kansas

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Sphex pensylvanicus Linnaeus 1763
   
USA, Kansas

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Chrysoglpha spp.
   
USA, Kansas

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Oxybelus emarginatus Say 1837
   
USA, Kansas

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Oxybelus mexicanus Ch. Robertson 1889
   
USA, Kansas

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Oxybelus packardii Ch. Robertson 1889
   
USA, Kansas

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Schizocerella pilicornis (Holmgren 1868)
   
USA, Kansas

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Cimbex americana Leach 1817
   
USA, Kansas

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Tethida cordigera (Beauvois 1809)
   
USA, Kansas

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Dolerus bicolor (Beauvois 1805)
   
USA, Kansas

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Dolerus piercei Rohwer 1909
   
USA, Kansas

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Aglaostigma semiluteum (Norton 1862)
   
USA, Kansas

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Macrophya succincta Cresson 1880
   
USA, Kansas

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Zaschizonyx montana (Cresson 1865)
   
USA, Kansas

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Cremnops vulgaris (Cresson 1865)
   
USA, Kansas

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USA, Kansas

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Erigorgus curtus (Norton 1863)
   
USA, Kansas

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Loxodocus palloranus (Davis 1895)
   
USA, Kansas

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Glypta caulicola Cushman 1933
   
USA, Kansas

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Tachypompilus ferrugineus ferrugineus (Say 1824)
   
USA, Kansas

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Tiphia nevada Cameron 1906
   
USA, Kansas

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Polistes annularis (Linnaeus 1763)
   
USA, Kansas

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Campsomeris plumipes confluenta (Say 1823)
   
USA, Kansas

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Campsomeris quadrimaculata (Fabricius 1775)
   
USA, Kansas

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Scolia dubia Say 1837
   
USA, Kansas

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Polistes exclamans exclamans Viereck 1906
   
USA, Kansas

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Polistes fuscatus fuscatus (Fabricius 1793)
   
USA, Kansas

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Polistes metricus Say 1831
   
USA, Kansas

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Myzinum maculatum (Fabricius 1793)
   
USA, Kansas

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Myzinum quinquecinctum (Fabricius 1775)
   
USA, Kansas

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Prionyx atratus (Lepeletier de St. Fargeau 1845)
   
USA, Kansas

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Mesostenus thoracicus Cresson 1864
   
USA, Kansas

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Acraspis villosa consocians (Kinsey 1930)
   
USA, Kansas

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Acraspis villosa consocians (Kinsey 1930)
   
USA, Kansas

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Antistrophus lygodesmiaepisum Walsh 1869
   
USA, Kansas

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Acraspis gemula fuscata (Kinsey 1930)
   
USA, Kansas

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Philonix fulvicollis voisi (Kinsey 1930)
   
USA, Kansas

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Philonix fulvicollis voisi (Kinsey 1930)
   
USA, Kansas

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Philonix gigas Weld 1922
   
USA, Kansas

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Philonix gigas Weld 1922
   
USA, Kansas

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Hedychrum confusum du Buysson 1891
   
USA, Kansas

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Hedychrum violaceum Brull'© 1845
   
USA, Kansas

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Pelecinus polyturator (Drury 1773)
   
USA, Kansas

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Pseudopanurgus pauper (Cresson 1878)
   
USA, Kansas

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Neivamyrmex nigrescens (Cresson 1872)
   
USA, Kansas

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USA, Kansas

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USA, Kansas


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