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3^-5 lines.
11. Lineola, Panzer, $ ? . 4-6 lines. Cornigerct) Kirby. Subcornuta, Kirby.
Caprea, Kirby. Sex-cincta, Kirby.
12. Xanthosticta, Kirby, $ ? . 2-2| lines.
13. Flavo-guttata, Kirby, ^ ? . 2-3 lines. (Plate IX.
14. /wrva, Panzer, $ $ . 2-2 i lines. Rufocincta, Kirby. Sheppardana, Kirby.
Dalii, Curtis.
15. Germanicttj Panzer, $ ? 4 lines. Ferruginata, Kirby.
16. Fabriciana, Linnaeus, $ $ . 3|-5 lines. (Plate IX. Fig. 2 ? . ) Fabriciella, Kirby. Quadrinotata, Kirby.
17. Armata, Schaeffer,
... ^ ? . 5-5 J lines.
252 BRITISH BEES.
iij Stephens.
With sulclavate antenna.
18. Jacobea, Panzer, <$ ? . 4-4J lines. (Plate X.
fig. 1 $ ? ) Jacobece, Kirby. Flavopicta, Kirby.
19. Solidaginis, Panzer, $ $ . 3J-4 lines. (Plate X.
fig. 2 c? ? ) picta, Kirby. Rufopicta, Kirby.
20. Roberjeotiana, Panzer, $ ? . 3 lines.
GENERAL OBSERVATIONS.
This genus was named by Fabricius from the Nomades, a pastoral Scythian tribe, in allusion to the assumed wandering habits of the insects, and it is the fact indeed that they are usually found leisurely hovering about hedgerows, or the banks enclosing fields, or about the metropolis or nidus of any bee upon which they are parasitical.


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