Plasterer Bee

Plasterer Bee
around: Molallacamera: NIKON D50
posted: Sep 3rd, 2007taken: Sep 1st, 2007 9:54 PM
views: 567settings: 1/500th sec, f/16, 60 mm
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Nice! I think this may be what my mystery insect photo on page 3 is.
posted by Banana on Sep 5th, 2007
I think you are right, this is your mystery bee.
posted by rmorgan on Sep 5th, 2007
For future reference (because page numbers change over time), here's the photo Banana is talking about: Mystery Insect.
posted by pb on Sep 6th, 2007
It is not always easy to tell from a photo, but this looks correct for a leafcutter bee (family: Megachile). There are hundreds of different kinds of leafcutter bee's, but they are quite common. Honey bees are european, and are introduced for agriculture.
posted by Oregon Wild on Sep 6th, 2007
 
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