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Photo#1221337
poor shape - Townsendiella pulchra - male

poor shape - Townsendiella pulchra - Male
Granite Mountains Research Station, San Bernardino County, California, USA
May 9, 2007
Ashmeadiella?

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poor shape - Townsendiella pulchra - male poor shape - Townsendiella pulchra - male poor shape - Townsendiella pulchra - male poor shape - Townsendiella pulchra - male poor shape - Townsendiella pulchra - male

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Cuckoo Bee
The antennae seem to extend from low on the face. Maybe this is a bee in the genus Holcopasites, I'm not sure which one.

 
not that tribe
I think this is Townsendiella pulchra, a cleptoparasite of Hesperapis larreae

Here is the revision of the genus: http://zookeys.pensoft.net/articles.php?id=6443

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