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Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855

Pepsis Montezuma Smith, 1855:199. Columbia (leg. W. W. Saunders, Esq.). Mexico (leg. W. W. Saunders, Esq.). Lectotype ♀, examined (British Museum (Natural History) [now The Natural History Museum, London]), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. - Smith, 1855Smith, F. 1855 Catalogue of Hymenopterous Insects in the collection of the British Museum. Part III, Mutillidae and Pompilidae. :203 pp, 5 pl. (distribution); Cresson, 1867Cresson, E.T. 1867 Notes on the Pompilidæ of North America, with descriptions of new species. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 1 (1867/1868):85-150. (distribution); Cresson, 1869Cresson, E.T. 1869 Notes on Mexican Pompilidae with descriptions of new species. The Boston Society of Natural History, Proceedings 12:366-380. (distribution); Gundlach, 1886Gundlach, J. 1886 Contribucion a la Entomologia Cubana. :1-394. (distribution), 124, (description male), 124, (description female); Cameron, 1888-1900Cameron, P. 1888-1900 Biologia Centrali-Americana - Insecta. Hymenoptera. (Fossores) Vol. II. R. H. Porter and Dulau & Co., London. 413pp, 14 pl. (distribution); Cameron, 1893Cameron, P. 1893 Biologia Centrali-Americana. Insecta. Hymenoptera. (Fossores) Vol. II. (177-257):. (distribution); Lucas, 1895Lucas, R. 1895 Die Pompiliden-Gattung Pepsis. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift 39 (4):449-840. (distribution); Dalla Torre, 1897Dalla Torre, C.G. 1897 Catalogus hymenopterorum hucusque descriptorum systematicus et synonymicus. Volumen VIII: Fossores (Sphegidae). Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig. 1-749. (distribution); Strand, 1911Strand, E. 1911 Hymenoptera aus Peru und Equador. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 1 (2. Supplementheft):141-157. (distribution); Lucas, 1919Lucas, R. 1919 Pompiliden-Studien. I. Arch. Naturgesch., A. 83 (5):1-180+3 pls. (distribution); Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution); Haupt, 1952Haupt, H. 1952 Alte und neue Pepsis-Arten (Hymenoptera-Sphecoidea) Pompilidae, olim Psammocharidae auct. Nova Acta Leopoldina 15 (109):311-414. (distribution); Wahis & Rojas, 2003Wahis, R. & F. Rojas 2003 Los Pompilidos de Chile (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Rev. Chilena Ent. 29:89-103. (distribution), 91, (distribution), 91, (taxonomy); Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305. (distribution), 182, (description female), 182, (description male), 184, (biology), 184, (distribution), 32, (key male), 76, (key female), 78, (key female), 79, (key female), 80, (key female); Rasmussen & Asenjo, 2009Rasmussen, C. & A. Asenjo 2009 A checklist to the wasps of Peru (Hymenoptera, Aculeata). ZooKeys 15:1-78. (distribution); Restrepo-Giraldo et al., 2012Restrepo-Giraldo, C., J. Rodriguez & J.P. Pitts 2012 Temporal activity patterns of the spider wasp Pepsis montezuma Smith (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae) in a disturbed lower montane rainforest (Manizales, Colombia). Psyche 2012:1-4. (distribution), 2, (biology), 2, (prey); Fernández et al., 2017Fernández, F., V. Castro, J. Rodríguez, C. Waichert & J.P. Pitts 2017 Avispas cazadoras de arañas de Colombia (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). In: (Ed.). . . (distribution).
Pepsis Quitonensis Packard, 1869:61, ♀. Lectotype ♀, examined (Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Massachusetts), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. - Dalla Torre, 1897Dalla Torre, C.G. 1897 Catalogus hymenopterorum hucusque descriptorum systematicus et synonymicus. Volumen VIII: Fossores (Sphegidae). Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig. 1-749. (distribution); Banks, 1946Banks, N. 1946 Studies of South American Psammocharidae. Part 1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 96:311-525. (distribution), 324, (key female), 324, (key male); Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution). - As Pepsis quitoensis: taxonomic concept. - As Pepsis quitoensis: taxonomic concept.
Pepsis Sibylla Mocsáry, 1885:258, ♀. ♀, Quito (Ed. André). Lectotype ♀, examined (Musée d’Histoire Naturelle, Neuchatel, Switzerland), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. - Lucas, 1895Lucas, R. 1895 Die Pompiliden-Gattung Pepsis. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift 39 (4):449-840. (distribution); Dalla Torre, 1897Dalla Torre, C.G. 1897 Catalogus hymenopterorum hucusque descriptorum systematicus et synonymicus. Volumen VIII: Fossores (Sphegidae). Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig. 1-749. (distribution).
Pepsis Circe Mocsáry, 1885:263, ♂♀. Merida in Venezuela (Mus. Hung.). Lectotype ♂, examined (Természettudományi Múzeum, Budapest), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. - Lucas, 1895Lucas, R. 1895 Die Pompiliden-Gattung Pepsis. Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift 39 (4):449-840. (distribution); Dalla Torre, 1897Dalla Torre, C.G. 1897 Catalogus hymenopterorum hucusque descriptorum systematicus et synonymicus. Volumen VIII: Fossores (Sphegidae). Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig. 1-749. (distribution); Strand, 1911Strand, E. 1911 Hymenoptera aus Peru und Equador. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 1 (2. Supplementheft):141-157.:145 (description); Lucas, 1919Lucas, R. 1919 Pompiliden-Studien. I. Arch. Naturgesch., A. 83 (5):1-180+3 pls. (distribution); Banks, 1946Banks, N. 1946 Studies of South American Psammocharidae. Part 1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 96:311-525. (distribution); Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution); Haupt, 1952Haupt, H. 1952 Alte und neue Pepsis-Arten (Hymenoptera-Sphecoidea) Pompilidae, olim Psammocharidae auct. Nova Acta Leopoldina 15 (109):311-414. (distribution).
Pepsis occidentalis Cameron, 1893:218. CameronCameron, P. 1888-1900 Biologia Centrali-Americana - Insecta. Hymenoptera. (Fossores) Vol. II. R. H. Porter and Dulau & Co., London. 413pp, 14 pl.:218 CameronCameron, P. 1888-1900 Biologia Centrali-Americana - Insecta. Hymenoptera. (Fossores) Vol. II. R. H. Porter and Dulau & Co., London. 413pp, 14 pl.:218 CameronCameron, P. 1888-1900 Biologia Centrali-Americana - Insecta. Hymenoptera. (Fossores) Vol. II. R. H. Porter and Dulau & Co., London. 413pp, 14 pl.:218 Mexico, Xucumanatlan in Guerrero 7000 feet (leg. H.H. Smith). Guatemala, Purula and Senahu in Vera Paz, Cerro Zunil 4000 to 5000 feet (leg. Champion). Panama, Volcan de Chiriqui 4000 to 6000 feet (leg. Champion). Lectotype ♂, examined (British Museum (Natural History) [now The Natural History Museum, London]), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. - Dalla Torre, 1897Dalla Torre, C.G. 1897 Catalogus hymenopterorum hucusque descriptorum systematicus et synonymicus. Volumen VIII: Fossores (Sphegidae). Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig. 1-749. (distribution); Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution); Haupt, 1952Haupt, H. 1952 Alte und neue Pepsis-Arten (Hymenoptera-Sphecoidea) Pompilidae, olim Psammocharidae auct. Nova Acta Leopoldina 15 (109):311-414. (distribution).
Pepsis fulva Lucas, 1895:698, ♀. ♀, Süd-Amerika, ohne nähere Angabe (Mus. Berol.). Lectotype ♀, examined (Museum für Naturkunde der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181.
Pepsis peruanus Lucas, 1895:595, ♀. ♀, Peru: Lima, April 1840 (Mus. caes. Vindob., leg. Winterfeld). Lectotype ♀, examined (Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. - As Pepsis peruana: Dalla Torre, 1897Dalla Torre, C.G. 1897 Catalogus hymenopterorum hucusque descriptorum systematicus et synonymicus. Volumen VIII: Fossores (Sphegidae). Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig. 1-749. (distribution); Brèthes, 1909Brèthes, J. 1909 El género Pepsis en Chile. Revist Chilena de Historia Natural (Organo del Museo de Valparaiso) 13 (3):201-210. (distribution); Lucas, 1919Lucas, R. 1919 Pompiliden-Studien. I. Arch. Naturgesch., A. 83 (5):1-180+3 pls. (distribution); Banks, 1946Banks, N. 1946 Studies of South American Psammocharidae. Part 1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 96:311-525. (distribution), 324, (key female); Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution); Wahis & Rojas, 2003Wahis, R. & F. Rojas 2003 Los Pompilidos de Chile (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Rev. Chilena Ent. 29:89-103. (distribution), 91, (distribution), 91, (taxonomy).
Pepsis nessus Lucas, 1895:787, ♂♀. Columbien: Bogotá (Mus. Berol., leg. Lindig). Columbien: Boca del Monte, Savan. de Bogotá, Terra fria (Mus. Berol., leg. O. Thieme). Brasilien: Muzo (Mus. Berol., leg. Rhode). Süd-Amerika unbestimmt (Mus. Hung.). Lectotype ♀, examined (Természettudományi Múzeum, Budapest), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. - Dalla Torre, 1897Dalla Torre, C.G. 1897 Catalogus hymenopterorum hucusque descriptorum systematicus et synonymicus. Volumen VIII: Fossores (Sphegidae). Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig. 1-749. (distribution); Strand, 1911Strand, E. 1911 Hymenoptera aus Peru und Equador. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 1 (2. Supplementheft):141-157.:145 (description); Lucas, 1919Lucas, R. 1919 Pompiliden-Studien. I. Arch. Naturgesch., A. 83 (5):1-180+3 pls. (distribution); Banks, 1946Banks, N. 1946 Studies of South American Psammocharidae. Part 1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 96:311-525. (distribution), 324, (key female); Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution); Haupt, 1952Haupt, H. 1952 Alte und neue Pepsis-Arten (Hymenoptera-Sphecoidea) Pompilidae, olim Psammocharidae auct. Nova Acta Leopoldina 15 (109):311-414. (distribution).
Pepsis nessus fusca Lucas, 1895:788. VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181 nähere Angabe des Fundorts fehlt. Holotype ♀ lost, South America. New name for Pepsis atricoma Hurd, 1950 by Hurd, 1950Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1950 Nomenclatorial notes on the genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 26 (3):132-133.:132. (nec Pepsis fusca (Christ), 1791:256) Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:181. - As Pepsis fusca:
Pepsis andicola Cameron, 1903:226, ♀. ♀, Pichincha, 11-12,000 feet. ♀, Guallabamba to Guachala. Lectotype ♀, examined (British Museum (Natural History) [now The Natural History Museum, London]), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182.
Pepsis chilloensis Cameron, 1903:227, ♀. ♀, Chillo, 9000 feet. Lectotype ♀, examined (British Museum (Natural History) [now The Natural History Museum, London]), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182.
Pepsis patagonica Brèthes, 1908:241, ♂. ♂, Rep. Argentina. Lectotype ♂, examined (Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales, Buenos Aires), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182. - Brèthes, 1914Brèthes, J. 1914 Contribution â l'étude des Pepsis. Museo nacional de historia natural de Buenos Aires 26:235-360. (distribution); Lucas, 1919Lucas, R. 1919 Pompiliden-Studien. I. Arch. Naturgesch., A. 83 (5):1-180+3 pls. (distribution); Banks, 1946Banks, N. 1946 Studies of South American Psammocharidae. Part 1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 96:311-525. (distribution); Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution).
Pepsis fasciculata Brèthes, 1908:243, ♂. ♂, Rep. Argentina. Lectotype ♂, examined (Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales, Buenos Aires), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182. - Brèthes, 1914Brèthes, J. 1914 Contribution â l'étude des Pepsis. Museo nacional de historia natural de Buenos Aires 26:235-360. (distribution); Lucas, 1919Lucas, R. 1919 Pompiliden-Studien. I. Arch. Naturgesch., A. 83 (5):1-180+3 pls. (distribution); Banks, 1946Banks, N. 1946 Studies of South American Psammocharidae. Part 1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 96:311-525. (distribution), 324, (key female); Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution).
Pepsis pacifica Brèthes, 1914:326, ♀. Andrade et al.Andrade, T.O., K.S. Ramos, H.C. Onody, A.D. dos Santos & C.R.F. Brandão 2018 Type specimens of Pompiloidea, Thynnoidea and Vespoidea (Hymenoptera) deposited in the Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil. Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia 58:1-21.:7 VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182 Holotype ♀, Yungas de La Paz, Bolivie, 1000 m. alt (Mus. São Paulo, n° 2726). Holotype ♀, examined (Museu de Zoologia de la Universidade de São Paulo). Holotype ♀ (Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, MZSP 56493). Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182. - Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution).
Pepsis huascar Banks, 1946:327, ♂. Paratype ♂, Yucay, Peru, December (M. C. Z., no. 26691, leg. Sankulp). Type ♂, Yucay, Peru, December (Cornell Univ., leg. Sankulp). Lectotype ♂, examined (Cornell University, Ithaca, New York State), designated by VardyVardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182. Synonymized with Pepsis montezuma Smith, 1855 by Vardy, 2005Vardy, C.R. 2005 The New World tarantula-hawk wasp genus Pepsis Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). Part 3. The P. inclyta- to P. auriguttata-groups. Zool. Med., Leiden 79 (5):1-305.:182. - Banks, 1946Banks, N. 1946 Studies of South American Psammocharidae. Part 1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 96:311-525.:324 (key male); Hurd, 1952Hurd, P.D. Jr. 1952 Revision of the Nearctic species of the pompilid genus Pepsis (Hymenoptera, Pompilidae). The American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 98 (article 4):261-334. (distribution).
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Literature

  • Andrade, T.O., K.S. Ramos, H.C. Onody, A.D. dos Santos & C.R.F. Brandão 2018 Type specimens of Pompiloidea, Thynnoidea and Vespoidea (Hymenoptera) deposited in the Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil. Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia 58:1-21.
  • Banks, N. 1946 Studies of South American Psammocharidae. Part 1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 96:311-525.
  • Brèthes, J. 1908 Contribución preliminar para el conocimiento de los Pepsis. An. Mus. Nac. Buenos Aires 10 (3):233-243.
  • Brèthes, J. 1909 El género Pepsis en Chile. Revist Chilena de Historia Natural (Organo del Museo de Valparaiso) 13 (3):201-210.
  • Brèthes, J. 1914 Contribution â l'étude des Pepsis. Museo nacional de historia natural de Buenos Aires 26:235-360.
  • Cameron, P. 1888-1900 Biologia Centrali-Americana - Insecta. Hymenoptera. (Fossores) Vol. II. R. H. Porter and Dulau & Co., London. 413pp, 14 pl.
  • Cameron, P. 1893 Biologia Centrali-Americana. Insecta. Hymenoptera. (Fossores) Vol. II. (177-257):.
  • Cameron, P. 1903 Descriptions of new species of Hymenoptera taken by Mr. Edward Whymper on the higher Andes of the Equator. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 29:225-238.
  • Cresson, E.T. 1867 Notes on the Pompilidæ of North America, with descriptions of new species. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 1 (1867/1868):85-150.
  • Cresson, E.T. 1869 Notes on Mexican Pompilidae with descriptions of new species. The Boston Society of Natural History, Proceedings 12:366-380.
  • Dalla Torre, C.G. 1897 Catalogus hymenopterorum hucusque descriptorum systematicus et synonymicus. Volumen VIII: Fossores (Sphegidae). Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig. 1-749.
  • Fernández, F., V. Castro, J. Rodríguez, C. Waichert & J.P. Pitts 2017 Avispas cazadoras de arañas de Colombia (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). In: (Ed.). . .
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