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Small Orange Ball?

Small Orange Ball?
Brighton, Northumberland, Ontario, Canada
June 21, 2008
Size: -1/4 inch
While digging in the garden we unearthed a small piece of wood with a small grove. In the grove was this perfectly round orange ball. While trying to decide what it was it fell out of the grove and on the backside was a small wormlike creature. Anyone have any idea on what it could be. Unfortunately I forgot about it until the next day by which time it had dried in the sun. Ideas appreciated.

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Small Orange Ball? Small Orange Ball?

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Moved from Unidentified Bee Nests and Larvae. I'm deleting that section because this pollen mass was the only thing in it. There is now a general unidentified bee/wasp nest page here.

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bee nest cell
with pollen mass

 
Bee Nest Cell with pollen mass
Thanks, I would never have guessed.
Naomi

 
So is the other picture
an image of a larval bee?

 
Bee Nest Cell with pollen mass
Hi John and Jane,

Found this article on the web with pictures:
http://www.vernalpools.org/Thorp/

Although I can't figure whether my pic is of the egg or larva.
Naomi

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