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What type of honey bee is this? - Apis mellifera

What type of honey bee is this? - Apis mellifera
Houston, Texas, Harris County, Texas, USA
April 19, 2019
I found this bee in Texas. I think it might be a Western Honey Bee but I could be wrong. Does anyone know about honey bee species in Texas and can identify this one for me if it is not a Western Honey Bee. Identify as soon as possible, thank you.

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Apis mellifera...
The only honey bee species in the U.S.

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