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Female - Agapostemon sp.


Agapostemon, perhaps texanus


Agapostemon texanus?


That's an interesting bit of


very likely Agapostemon texanus


Agapostemon texanus


Not sure if this is the actua


Agapostemon


Confused


should be


Agapostemon


ID of Beeā€¦


Expanding on your recommendat


Agapostemon female


Agapostemon female


Agapostemon male


Metallic Green Bee


Agapostemon female


White hair bands on terga


Agapostemon female


Thankyou Ron ! I suspected


Agapostemon female


Agapostemon female


Metallic green sweat bee


Yep, Agapostemon!


Moved


Agapostemon texanus


Yes, Agapostemon


Agapostemon female


Agapostemon female


Agapostemon texanus


Suggest Agapostemon texanus


Agapostemon female


probably Agapostemon texanus male


Agapostemon male


Agapostemon female


Agapostemon female


Agapostemon


Possibly...


why is this not Agapostemon texanus?


Agapostemon female


Thank you for the thoughtful comment. :)


Thank you for the comment and link. :)


yes, it is


Agapostemon


Agapostemon female


Agapostemon texanus


Agapostemon female


Agapostemon male


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Agapostemon male


Agapostemon female


probably Agapostemon texanus


Augochloropsis has the metallis green tegulae


Agapostemon texanus


Agapostemon but not sericeus


Agapostemon texanus or, if not, femoratus (based on range)