Details for Record 627553

Species: No Common Name (Nomada sp.) (Species ID: 11907) - View Species | Quad Details   

Date: 3/20/2019

Quad: Bristol (38076_G6)

County: Anne Arundel

Records: 16 total records, 5 for Anne Arundel Co., 1 for Bristol Quad

Observer: USGS PWRC

Specimen: No

Publication: No

Processed by: Zoe Tice


A Nomada species in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland (3/20/2019). "Intersex. Gynandromorph. Part Male: Part Female. Here is a lovely example. In this case the intersex section is restricted to the head. This is a Nomada of the pygmaea group. pygmaea group indicates that this is probably a group of species, but....I can't tell them apart...It was flying with a big group of its normal compatriots who almost certainly were checking out the Andrena miserabilis nesting there and all were out for an early spring warm spell. Look at the picture...red side of the head is female, yellow/black is male. Female has 12 antennal segments, male - 13." Collected by Don Harvey. Image processed by Anders Croft Photo by USGS PWRC.

A Nomada species in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland (3/20/2019). "Intersex. Gynandromorph. Part Male: Part Female. Here is a lovely example. In this case the intersex section is restricted to the head. This is a Nomada of the pygmaea group. pygmaea group indicates that this is probably a group of species, but....I can't tell them apart...It was flying with a big group of its normal compatriots who almost certainly were checking out the Andrena miserabilis nesting there and all were out for an early spring warm spell. Look at the picture...red side of the head is female, yellow/black is male. Female has 12 antennal segments, male - 13." Collected by Don Harvey. Image processed by Anders Croft. Photo by USGS PWRC.

A Nomada species in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland (3/20/2019). "Intersex. Gynandromorph. Part Male: Part Female. Here is a lovely example. In this case the intersex section is restricted to the head. This is a Nomada of the pygmaea group. pygmaea group indicates that this is probably a group of species, but....I can't tell them apart...It was flying with a big group of its normal compatriots who almost certainly were checking out the Andrena miserabilis nesting there and all were out for an early spring warm spell. Look at the picture...red side of the head is female, yellow/black is male. Female has 12 antennal segments, male - 13." Collected by Don Harvey. Image processed by Anders Croft. Photo by USGS PWRC.

A Nomada species in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland (3/20/2019). "Intersex. Gynandromorph. Part Male: Part Female. Here is a lovely example. In this case the intersex section is restricted to the head. This is a Nomada of the pygmaea group. pygmaea group indicates that this is probably a group of species, but....I can't tell them apart...It was flying with a big group of its normal compatriots who almost certainly were checking out the Andrena miserabilis nesting there and all were out for an early spring warm spell. Look at the picture...red side of the head is female, yellow/black is male. Female has 12 antennal segments, male - 13." Collected by Don Harvey. Image processed by Anders Croft Photo by USGS PWRC. Photo by USGS PWRC.