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Honey bee spp? - Apis mellifera

Honey bee spp? - Apis mellifera
Yosemite Valley, California, USA
April 26, 2018
My thought was Apis mellifera, but I'm new to California and didn't know if there were look-a-likes. Thanks!

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Honey bee spp? - Apis mellifera Honey bee spp? - Apis mellifera

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yes Apis mellifera
only one species in the US

BTW - 'spp' refers to multiple species (so Apis spp would mean multiple Apis species). "Sp" refers to one species (Apis sp. - one species of Apis)

 
Great, thanks very much!
Great, thanks very much!

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