Nearctic Stichopogon species with white-banded abdomens are reviewed. Stichopogon venturiensis, new species, is described from the Pacific coast in Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Los Angeles counties, California. A lectotype is designated for Stichopogon trifasciatus (Say), and Stichopogon salinus (Melander) from the eastern margin of the Great Basin is synonymized with S. trifasciatus (new synonymy). An identification key to the three Nearctic species of Stichopogon with white-banded abdomens is presented.
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