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Subfamily Apinae - Honey, Bumble, Long-horned, Orchid, and Digger Bees

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Anthophora? - Anthophora Digger Bee - Anthophora abrupta Anthophora?? - Anthophora white-faced bee - Habropoda laboriosa Bee on Bergamot - Anthophora Hymenoptera - Habropoda Bee 3 - Anthophora - male orange

Honey Bee Gathering Water - Apis mellifera Two bees on coneflower - Apis mellifera Wax Chips - Apis mellifera - female Honey Bee? - Apis mellifera Top Bar hive - Apis mellifera Western Honey Bee - Apis mellifera Honey Bee - Apis mellifera Bee with pollen basket, 21 October 2016 - Apis mellifera

Black Bee - Bombus Tricoloured Bumble Bee - Bombus ternarius Bombus impatiens? - Bombus impatiens - female Perplexing Bumble Bee - Bombus perplexus Unknown Bumble bee - Bombus melanopygus bee on thistle - Bombus - male Ground-nesting bumblebee - Bombus impatiens Bombus on yarrow - Bombus - male

Centris sp - Centris rhodopus - female Centris bees, different from C. pallida that flies in May. Centris rhodopus? - Centris rhodopus - female bee 84 - Centris Bumble Bee? - Centris Digger Bee with Red Parts - Centris rhodopus - female Green-eyed Bee on knapweed - Centris rhodopus bee - Centris Bee? - Centris

Diadasia, he asks again thrice... - Diadasia - female Sleeping bee - Diadasia Bee inside flower - Diadasia - male Bee attacked by whirligig mites - Diadasia bituberculata - female Diadasia bee - Diadasia Diadasia ochracea - female Chimney Bee Slightly Hairy - Diadasia - male Moab Flying Insect Mound Colony - Diadasia

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