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A Note on the Parasitic Beetle, Hornia Minutipennis Riley
Psyche: A Journal of Entomology
In the Ecology of a Clay Bank-, (p. 236), I have already recorded that the parasitic beetle, Hornia minutipennis, was twice taken from the nests of the burrowing bee, Anthophora abrupta. Riley has named this species rom beetles taken from the nests of this bee (sponsaabrupta) collected in this region. Since the publication of the ecology paper, I have gathered a few meagre notes on the habits of this parasite, and since so little is known of its behavior, I beg leave to present them here. It isdoi:10.1155/1930/23490 fatcat:oqqkvld6vnf4tcdjmdw3uw7mi4