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Photo#1063510
SEMNBS# 1563 - Epeolus

SEMNBS# 1563 - Epeolus
Houston County, Minnesota, USA
July 8, 2014
Size: 8mm
asclepius amplexicaulis, black oak sand prairie

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SEMNBS# 1563 - Epeolus SEMNBS# 1563 - Epeolus

Moved
Moved from Triepeolus.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

3 of 3
3 of 3

 
In case no one has mentioned it...
It will be a lot easier to submit different views of the same specimen if you add the first image, then click when you view it there will be a link underneath to "Add Image" (or words to that effect).

There are multiple advantages to doing it that way:

-It is easier for you, because it will retain the title, date, location, adult/immature, and sex information.

-It will be easier for whoever moves the image as they can move them as a group.

-It will be easier for whoever views the images because there will be thumbnails of all of the linked images.
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I'm not a bee expert, or anything, but your last two bees seem very good. I can't help with ID, other that what I mentioned about using add image.

For instance this is "3 of 3" but I can't find "1 of 3". If it were readily available, I'd suggest deleting 2 of 3, and 3 of 3, then using "Add Image" to add them to the first.

I hope this is not repeating what someone else has already said!

 
In case no one has mentioned it...
Arthur,

Thank you, for taking the time to get me up to speed!