Common Name Archive: Unidentified Bee

Unidentified Bee

(14 August 2005)

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Unidentified Bee

A Bumble-bee or cuckoo bee. Note the orange tibia on the hind leg.(02 August 2005)

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Unidentified Bee

A cuckoo bee (Psithyrus campestris?)(02 August 2005)

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Unidentified Bee

A tatty bumble-bee. Thought possibly to be a life-worn Bombus hortorum, but Ivan Wright says definitely not.(31 July 2005)

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Unidentified Bee

A small black bee ~8mm long.(26 June 2005)

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Unidentified Bee

(15 May 2005)

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Unidentified Nomad Bee

A nomad bee of some sort. Notable features are: very narrow waist, orange/red antennae and legs; yellow and black banded abdomen with some orange in bands nearer thorax; some oange-yellow markings on back of thorax. Smaller than common wasp. Field of view is 13mm x 12mm approx.(30 April 2005)

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