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Photo#41278
looks like a Megachile - Megachile bahamensis - male

looks like a Megachile - Megachile bahamensis - Male
Vero Beach, Indian River County, Florida, USA
January 18, 2006

Moved
Moved from Megachile.

Moved
Moved from Megachile.

Megachile (Melanosarus) bahamensis Mitchell, 1927
note the ferruginous mid and hind tarsi (blackish in the otherwise similar M. xylocopoides)

Good find

Megachile sp. - male
The male of a highly dimorphic species: front legs are especially broadened, and not only the cuticle of the clypeus, but the hair of the whole face too, is whitish.

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