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T. D. A. Cockerell (Theodore Dru Allison)

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An introduction to the study of Rocky Mountain bees. 1910-07-01
Fossil arthropods in the British Museum--V. Oligocene Hymenoptera from the Isle of Wight. 1921-04-01
Miocene fossil insects. 1915-04-01
British fossil insects. 1915-07-01
A parasite of hemipterous eggs. 1897-05-01
American Hymenoptera: new bees and a new proctotrypid. 1905-09-01
Miscellaneous notes. 1905-09-01
Description of a new Chrysis. 1894-04-01
Description of new Hymenoptera. 1894-04-01
VIII. Some new insects. 1896-07-01
Contributions from the New Mexico Biological Station, V. Some new Hymenoptera from the Mesilla Valley, Mexico. 1897-04-01
Euthrips and Hedychridium in New Mexico. 1903-04-01
Some fossil arthropods from Florissant, Colorado. 1907-04-01
Hymenoptera from Lucban, Philippine Islands. 1927-04-01
A new braconid of the genus Elasmosoma. 1909-07-01
Three new bees of the genus Nomada. 1908-07-01
Some bees collected by Mr. F. C. Pratt in Texas. 1908-07-01
Some bees of the genus Halictus. 1908-07-01
Pseudomasaris bred in California. 1913-07-01
Bees visiting Thurberia. 1914-07-01
Some halictine bees in the Untied States National Museum (Hym). 1919-07-01
A new colletid bee from Ecuador. 1919-07-01
A new trigonalid from India (Hym.). 1920-07-01
New bees from the Madeira Islands. (Hym.). 1922-07-01
Notes on the structure of bees. 1924-07-01
A peculiar pangurgine bee from Arizona. 1931-07-01
The type locality of Diastata albibasis Malloch. 1931-07-01
Heriadine bees from the Belgian Congo. 1940-07-01
Correction of the name of an African bee. 1941-07-01
Some African megachild bees. 1944-07-01
A new genus of bees from Honduras (Hymenoptera: Anthidiinae). 1947-07-01
A new fossil ant. 1906-07-01
Fossil arthropods in the British Museum. 1. 1920-07-01
Some Eocene insects from Colorado and Wyoming. 1921-07-01
The earliest known ponerine ant. 1923-07-01
Fossil insects from the Eocene of Texas. 1923-07-01
Fossil insects from the Miocene of Colorado. 1927-07-01
Additions to the list of U. S. Hymenoptera. 1895-02-01
The second Anacrabro, and the smallest American Oxybelus. 1895-02-01
Exomalopsis, a Neotropical genus of bees in the United States. 1896-02-01
The male of Monodontomerus montivagus, Ashm. 1896-02-01
Five new bees of the genus Calliopsis, from New Mexico. 1896-02-01
The mutillid genus Chyphotes. 1896-02-01
The smaller bees of the genus Andrena found in New Mexico. 1896-02-01
New bees of the genera Xenoglossa and Podalirius (Anthophora). 1896-02-01
Still another Aphilanthops. 1896-02-01
New species of Nomada and Chyphotes. 1896-02-01
On the Mexican bees of the genus Augochlora. 1897-02-01
New forms of Osmia from New Mexico. 1897-02-01
Further notes on Augochlora. 1897-02-01
A new Coelioxys from New Mexico. 1897-02-01
On the generic position of some bees hitherto referred to Panurgus and Calliopsis. 1897-02-01
The New Mexico species of Anthidium. 1897-02-01
Panurginus clypeatus. 1898-02-01
New and little-known bees. 1898-02-01
New bees from New Mexico. 1898-02-01
Philanthus henricus - (p. 153). 1898-02-01
Note on a chalcidid of the subfam. Encyrtinae, parasitic on Phenacoccus minimus. 1898-02-01
On some small bees from Arizona. 1898-02-01
A bright red parasite of Coccidae. 1898-02-01
Notes on some bees of the genus Andrena from Hartford, Connecticut. 1898-02-01
Notes on some Hymenoptera. 1899-02-01
A new oak-gall from New Mexico. 1900-02-01
The New Mexico bees of the genus Coelioxys. 1900-02-01
Notes on New Mexico bees. 1900-02-01
A new rose-gall. 1888-07-01
The classification of the Aleyrodidae 1902-08-01
Contributions from the New Mexico Biological Station-VII. Observations on bees, with descriptions of new genera and species. 1899-09-01
Contributions from the New Mexico Biological Station-XIII. On the bees of the family Nomadidae of Ashmead. 1902-09-01
Rocky Mounatin bees, I. 1930-09-01
Descriptions of Hymenoptera from Baltic amber. 1909-03-01
Bees from southern California, visiting flowers of Eriogonum and Rhus. 1901-02-01
New bees of the subfamily Anthophorinae from southern California. 1901-02-01
New bees of the subfamily Anthophorinae from southern California. 1901-02-01
Species of Brachycistis (fam. Myrmosidae) from southern California. 1901-02-01
New bees of the genus Andrena, from Wisconsin 1902-02-01
Some gall-insects. 1902-02-01
A new sawfly of the genus Xyela. 1902-02-01
A new bee of the genus Bombomelecta. 1902-02-01
Fossil Hymenoptera from Florissant, Colorado. 1906-09-01
Some bees from western Canada. 1911-02-01
Some new bees from flowers of Cactaceae. 1911-02-01
A new psenid wasp from Peru. 1911-02-01
Records of bees. 1911-02-01
Two new Canadian bees. 1913-02-01
The bee genus Hoplitella. 1913-02-01
The bee-genus Thrinchostoma in Asia. 1913-02-01
Some fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. 1913-02-01
A new fossil sawfly from Florissant, Colorado. 1914-02-01
A new wasp from the Philippine Islands. 1914-02-01
A new fossorial wasp from Queensland. 1914-02-01
Bees visiting Helianthus. 1914-02-01
Postscript on Perdita. 1899-02-01
The Panurgine bees. 1899-02-01
The bees of the Coronado Islands. 1916-02-01
Sunflower insects in California and South Africa. 1916-02-01
Some Rocky Mountain andrenid bees. 1916-02-01
Some bees in the British Museum. 1916-02-01
Some California bees. 1916-02-01
Some bees from Madagascar. 1916-02-01
Some insects of the Hudsonian zone in New Mexico. - III. 1901-02-01
Some insects of the Hudsonian zone in New Mexico. - VI. 1901-07-01
A catalogue of the bees of California. 1903-02-01
Notes on five species of Megachile. 1903-02-01
A new oak-gall. 1903-02-01
Notes on the entomology of Pecos, New Mexico. 1903-02-01
Records of American bees. 1904-02-01
Notes on some bees in the British Museum. 1904-02-01
The bee-genus Apista, and other notes. 1904-02-01
The bee-genus Apista, etc. 1904-02-01
Some bees of the genus Nomada from Wisconsin. 1905-02-01
Some bees collected by the Rev. G. Birkmann at Fedor, Texas. 1905-02-01
Bees collected by the Rev. G. Birkmann in Texas. 1905-02-01
New bees of the genera Osmia and Andrena. 1905-02-01
New Rocky Mountain bees, and other notes. 1906-02-01
Some bees from Washington state. 1906-02-01
Some carpenter-bees from Africa. 1906-02-01
Two new bees of the genus Triepeolus. 1907-02-01
New anthidiine bees from Colorado. 1907-02-01
A new saw-fly of the genus Xyela. 1907-02-01
A new bee of the genus Anthophora. 1907-02-01
A fossil leaf-cutting bee. 1908-02-01
New and little-known bees. 1908-02-01
New and little-known bees. 1908-02-01
A new name in Megachile. 1908-02-01
Two new bees. 1909-02-01
Some new bees, and other notes. 1909-02-01
Two new bees of the genus Perdita, visiting Baileya in New Mexico. 1909-02-01
Notes on bees. 1909-02-01
New North American bees. 1909-02-01
The bee fauna of Calgary, Alberta. 1910-02-01
Some new American bees. 1910-02-01
Some insects from Steamboat Springs, Colorado - I. 1910-02-01
Some insects from Steamboat Springs, Colorado - II. 1910-02-01
Bees, chiefly Australian species, described or determined by Dr. H. Friese. 1929-08-01
New Australian bees. 1914-08-01
Some Tasmanian bees. 1914-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXXIX. 1918-08-01
Some Australian bees in the Berlin Museum. 1910-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXVI. 1915-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XXXIII. 1910-08-01
Bees from the Australian region. 1929-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXXIII. 1916-08-01
Australian bees in the Queensland Museum. 1921-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXI. 1914-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LVI. 1914-08-01
Bees in the Queensland Museum. 1929-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. VI. 1905-08-01
New and little known bees in the collection of the British Museum. 1904-08-01
New Australian bees. 1930-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. L. 1913-08-01
Some bees collected in Queensland. 1918-08-01
Bees in the Australian Museum collection. 1929-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. VII. 1906-08-01
A small collection of bees from Tasmania. 1913-08-01
New and little-known bees. 1910-08-01
A collection of bees from Queensland. 1916-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XLIII. 1912-08-01
New Australian bees, in the collection of the British Museum. 1905-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXIX. 1915-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXVII. 1915-08-01
Notes on some bees in the British Museum. 1905-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. V. 1905-08-01
Four interesting Australian bees, in the collection of the British Museum. 1906-08-01
On a collection of Australian and Asiatic bees. 1907-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LIV. 1913-08-01
Some bees from Australia, Tasmania, and the New Hebrides. 1916-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XXII. 1909-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LX. 1914-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. III. 1905-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXXII. 1916-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LI. 1913-08-01
Some Australian bees. 1913-08-01
Australian bees in the Queensland museum. 1922-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LV. 1913-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XXXI. 1910-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XXXVIII. 1911-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXII. 1914-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXIV. 1914-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. II. 1905-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XLI. 1912-08-01
Australian bees of the genus Euryglossa. 1914-08-01
Australian bees of the family Prosopididae. 1914-08-01
A bee resembling a wasp. 1914-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXII. 1926-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CX. 1926-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXXXVIII. 1920-08-01
Some Australian bees. 1927-08-01
Some very small Australian bees. 1910-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XCVI. 1922-08-01
A new genus of Australian bees. 1911-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXI. 1926-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XXIII. 1909-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XXIX. 1910-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. IV. 1905-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XXX. 1910-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XLVII. 1912-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXV. 1915-08-01
Australian bees in the Museum of Comparative Zoology. 1930-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXV. 1929-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXVIII. 1915-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LIX. 1914-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXIII. 1914-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XLII. 1912-08-01
Australian bees. i. A new Crocisa, with a list of the Australian species of the genus. 1913-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LII. 1913-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. I. 1905-08-01
New Australian bees of the genus Nomia. 1905-08-01
Some bees of the genus Nomia from Australia. 1912-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXXI. 1930-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXVIII. 1929-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XI. 1906-08-01
Bees of the genus Megachile from Australia. 1913-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXXI. 1916-08-01
The bees of the Solomon Islands. 1911-08-01
Studies of the Pacific bees in the collection of Bishop Museum (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). 1939-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XXVIII. 1910-08-01
Some bees of the genus Crocisa from Asia and Australia. 1910-08-01
A new bee of the genus Crocisa. 1907-08-01
The Philippine bees of the families Anthophoridae and Melectidae. 1919-08-01
Some American Hymenoptera. 1905-08-01
New genera of bees. 1904-09-01
New and little-known bees. 1912-09-01
The genus Apista, etc. 1904-09-01
Descriptions and records of bees-CVIII. 1926-09-01
A new subgenus of andrenine bees. 1930-09-01
On some panurgine and other bees. 1898-09-01
Two new types of desert bees. 1927-09-01
The bees of the genus Andrena found in New Mexico. 1896-09-01
North American bees of the genera Andrena and Melitta in the British Museum. 1906-09-01
New records of bees. 1904-09-01
Two new subgenera of North American bees. 1922-09-01
New and little known bees from California. 1916-09-01
Some synonymy. 1899-09-01
Two nocturnal bees and a minute Perdita. 1923-09-01
Bees collected at Borego, California, by Wilmatte Cockerell and Milene Porter. 1933-09-01
A peculiar new type of halictine bees. 1901-09-01
A new genus of bees from California. 1924-09-01
A new bee from Oregon. 1924-09-01
Notes on nomenclature of some Hymenoptera. 1899-09-01
New records of bees from Natal. 1917-09-01
Bees in the collection of the United States National Museum-3. 1919-09-01
Bees of the genus Sphecodes from the Belgian Congo. 1938-09-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXXVIII. 1931-09-01
The metallic-colored halictine bees of the Philippine Islands. 1919-09-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CI. 1924-09-01
Scientific results of the Vernay-Lang Kalahari expedition, March to September, 1930, Hymenoptera (Apoidea). 1935-09-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXX. 1929-09-01
Descriptions of new bees collected by Mr. H. H. Smith in Brazil, I. 1900-09-01
Descriptions of new bees collected by Mr. H. H. Smith in Brazil, II. 1901-09-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXLVIII. 1934-09-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXLV. 1933-09-01
Descriptions and records of bees. CXLIII. 1933-09-01
The black halictine bees of the Philippine islands. 1919-08-01
New halictine bees from Australia. 1926-08-01
The halictine bees of the Australian region. 1904-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XXXII. 1910-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. LXXXIII. 1919-08-01
Descriptions and records of bees. XCVIII. 1923-08-01
Bees collected by Charles Darwin on the voyage of the "Beagle". 1932-08-01
Australian halictine bees. 1914-08-01
New Australian bees in the collection of the British Museum. II. 1906-08-01
Descriptions of new Hymenoptera. 1895-10-01
Notes on the nomenclature of some Hymenoptera. 1907-05-01
The Jurassic insects of Turkestan. 1928-05-01
Proceedings of societies. Colorado Biological Association. 1889-05-01
[The supposed Urocerus....] 1889-05-01
Fossil saw-flies from Florissant, Colorado. 1906-06-01
A new sawfly. 1906-06-01
Some Old-World types of insects in the Miocene of Colorado. 1907-06-01
Fossil insects and a crustacean from Florissant, Colorado. 1910-06-01
New Tertiary insects. 1917-06-01
New and little-known insects from New Mexico. 1901-06-01
New fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. 1909-06-01
The fossil sawfly Perga coloradensis. 1908-06-01
Fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. 1911-06-01
Some American fossil insects. 1916-06-01
Some fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. 1917-06-01
Fossil insects in the United States National Museum. 1925-06-01
A new sawfly which is injurious to hollyhocks. 1894-05-01
New and little-known Hymenoptera taken by Prof. C.H.T. Townsend and Mr. C.M. Barber in New Mexico in 1898. 1898-05-01
Some fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado. 1913-06-01
Hymenoptera and a caddis larva from the Miocene of Colorado. 1927-06-01
A fossil sawfly from the Miocene Shales near Creede, Colorado. 1933-06-01
The fossil sawflies of Florissant, Colorado. 1922-06-01
A first list of the hymenopterous families Tenthredinidæ, Siricidæ, Chrysididæ, Proctotrypidæ, Cynipidæ, Chalcididæ and Braconidæ collected in New Mexico. 1899-07-01
The American bees of the genus Andrena described by F. Smith. 1901-02-01
The American bees of the genus Andrena described by F. Smith. 1901-02-01
Synopsis of bees of Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and Vancouver. - V. 1906-02-01
Synopsis of bees of Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and Vancouver. 1904-02-01
Synopsis of bees of Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and Vancouver. - IV. 1905-02-01
Synopsis of bees of Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and Vancouver. - IV. 1905-02-01