Zonitis vittigera

Synonyms: Le Conte 1853
Nemognatha vittigera, Parazonitis vittigera

References:
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.

Types:
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.