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Bee aggregation - Halictus poeyi - male

Bee aggregation - Halictus poeyi - Male
Fort Pierce, St. Lucie County, Florida, USA
September 24, 2006
An evening gathering in a sedge head.

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Bee aggregation - Halictus poeyi - male Bee aggregation - Halictus poeyi - male Bee aggregation - Halictus poeyi - male

Moved

Moved

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Moved from Halictus.

Moved
Moved from Halictus poeyi.

Halictus males, likely H. parallelus
not poeyi as I had thought

 
Thanks
OK, I will correct it. How can one tell them apart?

 
Easy with specimens as parallels is much larger
Harder from images as some poeyi have quite dark wings. I now think these are poeyi based on locality, amount of pair hairs on scutum, head shape, and leg color.

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