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Ceratina? - Lasioglossum

Ceratina? - Lasioglossum
Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
October 15, 2016

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Male - Sweat Bee
On the wings, the second submarginal cell is almost square-shaped and the marginal cell is pointy. Also, note the indented inner eye margins, the legs with very skinny tarsi and the antennae with long flagella.
This might be something very close to a male Pure Green Augochlora, Augochlora pura. (widespread eastern range) Let's wait for an expert.

 
Thank you! I've actually had
Thank you! I've actually had Augochlora pura identified in the same area, so that must be it! My first thoughts were sweat bee, but then I had images of a seperate Ceratina on the same flower.

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