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Cuckoo Bee? - Nomada imbricata - female

Cuckoo Bee? - Nomada imbricata - Female
Penny's Bend Nature Preserve, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
April 22, 2009
Size: 10 mm



Moved from Nomada.
It is always a good idea to add the sex info once it is given to you. I did it for you this time. I also moved it to species group.

Nomada female
A member of subgenus Heminomada sensu Mitchell, in the ruficornis species group

Most likely N. imbricata. If not a related species.

Probable hosts are Andrena (Melandrena)

Thank you
I appreciate your help.

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