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Which bee please……. - Osmia caerulescens

Which bee please……. - Osmia caerulescens
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

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Osmia caerulescens
Thank you Jatai and Dr. Ascher.
Naomi

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Bee
This has the look of a bee in the Osminii family. Maybe you could try moving the image over to bee section of the guide, where an expert can ID it for you? In the meantime, I wonder if you could find something that looks like your bee here: http://bugguide.net/node/view/89667

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