This paper is the result of about two years of study on
that group of insect-catching wasps known as the Larridae.
The work done embraces the field observations and collections
of three consecutive summers (1910-1912),spent chiefly
in the western portion of Kansas; a large amount of laboratory
work at the University}and a trip to the U.S.National Museum,
and Philadelphia Academy of Sciences, during the winter of 1912
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