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Photo#174023
Bee - Coelioxys - male

Bee - Coelioxys - Male
Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma, USA
July 8, 2007
A female Coelioxys sp.

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Bee - Coelioxys - male Bee - Coelioxys - male Bee - Coelioxys - male

this could be C. octodentata
but I'm not certain

compare:

http://pick5.pick.uga.edu/mp/20p?see=I_SD2842_1&res=640

Coelioxys
MALE

 
Thanks John,
Thanks again for the ID and setting me straight, I was off base on both of the submissions.

 
Please,
try to remember to correct the sex if somebody tells you that. I did it for you this time and noticed that you hadn't checked "adult". That is usually a lot easier than figuring out the sex. If it has wings it is definitely an adult.

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