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Another bee - Halictus ligatus - female

Another bee - Halictus ligatus - Female
Pennypack Retoration Trust, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
June 14, 2004
Another unidentified bee.
Southeastern PA
Hymenoptera Anthophila Halictidae Halictus ligatus representative

Halictus ligatus
sorry, Adalbert. The hair bands are apical, not basal, so it's an Halictus , and the broad head makes it ligatus.

 
Thanks
Thanks again, and the descriptive details are very helpful, too.

Halictid bee
This is a bee in the family Halictidae, probably Halictus sp.

 
Lasioglossum coriaceum
Looks like Lasioglossum coriaceum, a close relative of Halictus.

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