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Photo#269215
Nomada imbricata - female

Nomada imbricata - Female
Valley Springs Park, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
April 23, 2009
Size: 12-14 mm
Presumed to be female--was entering Andrenid nests, presumably to lay eggs. John Ascher identifies this as a female Nomada imbricata:



I am placing all related images there--presumably the same species, since all were active at the same time in the same Andrenid colony.

Moved
Moved from Nomada.

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