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Bombus terricola queen? - Bombus terricola - female

Bombus terricola queen? - Bombus terricola - Female
Logy Bay, 47.630557N 52.687619W (WGS84), Northeast Avalon, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada
June 22, 2007
Size: 2 cm
This bee seemed near death as it was crawling along a stone wall next to our lawn. It flapped its wings some but could not fly. I'm wondering if it is a B. terricola queen because of the similarity with the images of one that I photographed last year
Family Apidae? - Bombus terricola - female

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Bombus terricola queen? - Bombus terricola - female Bombus terricola queen? - Bombus terricola Bombus terricola queen? - Bombus terricola

yes
it is terricola

 
Thanks
Thank you John for the confirmation.

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