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Bee or wasp? - Nomada - male

Bee or wasp? - Nomada - Male
Mildred Knaipe County Park, Douglas County, Oregon, USA
March 12, 2015
Size: about 1.5 cm
You'd think with that distinctive abdomen I'd be able to find it in Bug Guide, but I give it. It was on a small English daisy that grows close to the ground

Moved
Moved from Nomad Bees.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Bee
Thinking Nomada:



Dr. Ascher will be able to say for sure.

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