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What kind of Bumble Bee please? - Bombus ternarius

What kind of Bumble Bee please? - Bombus ternarius
2 km SE of Fairy Hill marsh, Saskatchewan, Canada
May 19, 2016
out of focus but shows black butt

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What kind of Bumble Bee please? - Bombus ternarius What kind of Bumble Bee please? - Bombus ternarius What kind of Bumble Bee please? - Bombus ternarius What kind of Bumble Bee please? - Bombus ternarius

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Tricolored Bumble Bee?
See Bombus ternarius

 
See Bombus ternarius
I keyed that (Bombus ternarius) in to Search, and it comes up as a "Tricoloured Bumblebee".
That's what I'm asking in the ID Request, is this a Tricoloured Bumblebee?
Am looking for a confirmation of that ID, or an advisement that no, it's actually another kind of bee. Not sure what you mean, JHouseWise.

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