Synonyms: Le Conte 1853
Nemognatha vittigera, Parazonitis vittigera
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1852-53, Vol. 6, by Le Conte, pg. 348: In Latin.
Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 1880, Vol. 8 by Le Conte, pg. 215.
Beetles of Indiana, 1910 by Blatchley, pg. 1355.
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1908, Vol. 60: On the Meloidae of Angola by Wellman, pg. 620.
Entomological News, 1910, Vol. 21: On the Habits of Beetles of the genus Nemognatha, by Graenicher, pp. 72 to 75.
The Canadian Entomologist, 1944, Vol. 76, #8: Notes on some species of Coleoptera taken at Ojibway, Essex County, Ontario by Hicks, pp. 163.
The University of Kansas Science Bulletin, 1956, Vol. 37, Pt. 2, #17, by Enns, pp. 820 to 821.
University of Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, 1966, #175: The Meloidae of Arizona by Werner, et al., pg. 4. Reference to life cycle Zonitis in general.
Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 1974, Vol. 67 #3: Bionomics of Nearctic Bee-Associated Meloidae (Coleoptera); Life Histories and Nutrition of Certain Nemognathinae by Erickson & Werner, pp. 401 to 406: Not Available.
University of Wisconsin, 2013, Thesis by Marschalek, pp. 88 to 90.
Beetles of Eastern North America, 2014 by Evans, pg. 369.
Holotype as Nemognatha vittigera by Le Conte 1853. Type Locality: Georgia. Type lost.
“The single specimen in the LeConte collection, a male, #4969, is probably not the type as it bears a yellow label indicating “Western States”. LeConte’s label for Georgia was brick red in color.” by Enns, 1956.
Paratypes designated by Enns 1956. Locality: Missouri from Rudbeckia flowers, 1940. In University of Missouri collections and Snow Entomological Museum, University of Kansas.