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Halictidae (Sweat Bees) - Lasioglossum bruneri - female

Halictidae (Sweat Bees) - Lasioglossum bruneri - Female
Baiting Hollow, Sufflok County, New York, USA
August 2, 2008
Size: 6-7 mm
Found on Cleome.
Her appearance had a more golden sheen due to the short hairs then this image shows.

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Halictidae (Sweat Bees) - Lasioglossum bruneri - female Halictidae (Sweat Bees) - Lasioglossum bruneri - female

Moved
Moved from Subgenus Dialictus.

Moved

yes
it is a L. (Dialictus) female

 
Lasioglossum pilosum ?
This looks like Lasioglossum pilosum to me.

I've added another image which might be helpful for further identification.

Thank you for your ID help.

 
not pilosum
most likely L. bruneri

 
L. bruneri -- Thank you.
Should this stay where it is or move to L. bruneri page?

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