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Droege S. (2009) Identification guide to the Megachilidae genera of eastern North America


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Wool carder bees of the genus Anthidium in the Western Hemisphere (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae): diversity, host plant associa...


Phylogeny of the bee family Megachilidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) based on adult morphology


A Revision of the Genus Ashmeadiella (Hymen., Megachilidae)


The Pollen-Collecting Bees of the Anthidiini of California (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)


Leafcutter and Mason Bees of the Genus Megachile Latreille (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in Canada and Alaska


The Megachiline Bees of California (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)


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Bent Out of Shape


Megachilidae or similar, yes.


Megachilidae based on pollen


Megachilidae - scopa on under


Megachilidae


Family Megachilidae - note th


Megachilidae - note pollen st


Family is Megachilidae - thes


Something in Megachilidae, as


Megachilidae


No, Megachilidae - see how th


Megachilidae, but that's as f


Something in Megachilidae giv


Megachilidae? Given the vent


ID request


Megachilidae


Megachilidae?


Family Megachilidae


Family Megachilidae.


F. Megachilidae genus Osmia


Megachilidae


Megachilidae.


Megachilidae, probably in the


Male Megachilidae.


Megachilidae.


Megachilidae, Anthidiini


Megachilidae.


Megachilidae.


Megachilidae


Megachilidae


Female Megachile sp.


Wrong.


Osmia integra florissanticola (Megachilidae)


Megachilidae: Coelioxys


Megachilidae.


Megachilidae.


Megachilidae?


Megachilidae


Megachilidae


I mean, with the ventral scop


Welcome, I had made a note of this post


I don't think so -


Moved


Moved


Female


Megachilidae


Family is...


Relaxing bee jaws


Thank you!


Thank you!


Moved


bee


Moved for expert attention


Megachile


Megachilidae


Pollen underneath -> looks li


Probably Megachile spp


Megachilidae


Thank you


Moved


Female


Thanks for the correction


Osmia?


Megachilidae


Given where she is carrying h


Pollen carried under the abdo


my guess


Megachilidae


I'm no expert


some sort of megachilid


Megachilidae


Looks like a wool-carder bee


Thanks. What a family name!


leafcutter bee


not flies


Looks like a member of the Me


Easiest way is with females -


Family Megachilidae


I'll provide a focus-stacked closeup of


megachilidae


Megachilidae


Bee


Cuckoo bee


Megachilidae


Megachilidae


Megachilidae


Perhaps Megachilidae


Updated and Alternate links


Some kind of megachilid bee (


Megachilidae Family


Male osmiine


Trachusa (Heteranthidium) timberlakei


I believe this is the "enigmatic" bee Osmia foxi


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Moved...and further thoughts on ID here


Megachilidae


H. Go I am most appreciative


Mason Bee


Megachilidae Female


Common Name Terms!


Perhaps Osmiini (Megachilidae)


Yes - Chrysidinae


Possibly Megachile sp.


Megachilidae


Solitary bee/wasp nest


Safe to say Megachilidae, at least?


Looks like something in the M


Dr. John- Thank you for havin


John- thank you for having ve


John-thank you for having cor


John thank you for having ide


John- thank you for having id


Megachilidae


I noticed typos


Possibly Megachilidae: Anthidiini


problem with common names


Joseph- I am most appreciativ


Megachilidae


Look


Agree, something in Megachili


Will do -


Megachilidae was not my first thought


Real bee


John- thank you for having re


John- thanks much for having


Recycled nest


Sleeping?


Megachilidae female


Thanks again! The Sept. recor


I agree with H. Go -


H.Go- thank you for having su


Leafcutter Bee


bee


Megachilidae


Megachilidae?


Any chance the yellow was pol


Megachilidae


Apoidea


Looks like a Eucerini to me.


Leafcutter Bee?


Leafcutter bee, actually


did you hang around


Fooled again


I think you may be right


Yes, it's a bee. And because


Thanks!


Some answers


Thanks, Kevin -


Megachilidae


Resin bee nest?


looks


i think megachilidae


hello!


Just a comment


This is a Dianthidium,


Most likely


just a heads-up


Looks more like a Eucerini,


Osmia subgenus Melanosmia,


Megachilidae


Osmia


Osmia


Holding pollen


Leaf Cutter


Megachilidae


Yes Megachilidae.


Learning more


"something particular to megachilidae"


New bee paper citing Bugguide:


Yeah that scopa on the abdomen makes it Megachilidae!


Must be Megachilidae...


Additional bee publications referencing Bug Guide:


This photo has now been published here:


Bee, I think.


Megachilidae


Megachilidae, I suspect.


Megachilidae


Leafcutter bee


Osmia?


Megachilidae.


Possibly FOUR species...


Mason Bee possibly:


It is indeed the meloid,


Chelostoma (Foveosmia) campanularum (Kirby, 1802)


Fascinating story, Mark!


Not so sure.


It takes a pretty showy flower...


Leafcutter Bee


A late-night, wild guess, here...


Female leafcutter bee.


Not apid.


Megachilidae: Leaf-cutter bees


looks like a leaf-cutting bee, Megachilidae


Megachilidae.


Resin bee.


Megachilidae


Megachilidae


Megachile (Xanthosarus) female


Female mason bee.


No.


Megachilidae


Of course Nomada bees are quite host specific...


No, sorry:-(


Updating overviews


I don't think it's a synonym


Related to Coelioxys.


Male Megachilid.


Megachilidae.


Nice!


Neat.


Not halictid.


The only bee to emerge was a


Other introduced bees


Leafcutter bee sign?


Moved


Could it be a Megachilid?


Not related.


Wasp nests.


Trachusa (Heteranthidium) larreae and Creosote Bush


not a Megachile


Looks like an Anthidium,


Guessing at this,


It is


Not wasp.


Megachilidae female.


Leafcutter bee.


Bee.


Sex info


Thanks.......


Megachile female.


Megachilidae.


Resin bee.


Bee.


Stelis sp.


Thanks, Eric!


Male Megachilidae.


Male megachilid.


Female Megachilidae.


Male Osmia?


Honeybee.


Good call!


Osmia male


Osmia male


Osmia sp. female.


The appearance and behavior w


It disturbed me a little too, to see the way they went...


Megachilid Bee (Coelioxys sp.) - female


No clue


Osmia in a broad sense - female (Megachilidae)


Wool-carder Bee (Anthidium manicatum) - male


Not Megachilidae


Heriades sp.? (Megachilidae)


Megachilidae.


Resin bee.


Megachilid bee ( Megachilidae)


Well dressed-up bee


Looks like a female Coelioxys,


Osmia sp.? (Megachilidae)


Megachilidae.


it looks really good


Moved


How about:


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


H-m-m-m.


ya it does look kinda fat :),


Thanks, John,


WOW, thus Megachilidae -


Interesting,


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Osmiini


Male bee.


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Megachilidae


...


Male.


Megachilidae: Osmiini


Megachile sp. (Megachilidae)


Ashmeadiella sp.? (Megachilidae)


Not so fast.


Lithurge sp.


Anthidium manicatum?? (Megachilidae)


Coelioxys sp. (Megachilidae), male


Leafcutter Bee


I'm learning too


Cell from nest of leafcutter bee.


Larval leafcutter bee.


Not even close.


Lithurge?


Anthidium manicatum (Megachilidae)


Megachile sp. (Megachilidae)


Anthidium manicatum (Megachilidae), maybe.


Megachile brevis? (Megachilidae)


Coelioxys sp. (Megachilidae)


Wow.


Megachile sp. (Megachilidae)


Coelioxys sp. - female (Megachilidae)


Megachilidae?


Yes.


Coelioxys sp. - female (Megachilidae)


Megachile sp. (Megachilidae)


Leafcutter Bee.


Female Anthidium manicatum (Megachilidae)


Osmia sp.? (Megachilidae)


Leaf-cutter Bee (Megachilidae)


Leafcutter Bee


Osmia ? (Megachilidae)


Resin bee nest!


Lithurge.


Male megachilid.


Wool-carder bee.


Osmia sp. - female (Megachilidae)


Osmia integra florissanticola (Megachilidae)


Not a Leaf-cutter.


its definitely not a velvet a


Bee.


Osmia sp.


Moved


Not Megachilidae


"Broad Sense"


Bee.


Megachile sp.


Osmia sp.


Osmia sp.


Megachilid bee.


Mating Anthidium sp.


Bee.


Megachilidae.


Andrenidae.


Probably Agapostemon sp.


Resin bee.


Mason bee?


Not Megachilidae:-)


Male mason bee.


OK Megachilidae


Resin bee or cotton bee.


No parasitic genus - Anthidium sensu lato


Megachilidae.


Cotton bee


Cuckoo leafcutter bee


Coelioxys bee, male


leafcutter bee


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