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Subfamily Apinae - Honey, Bumble, Longhorn, Orchid, and Digger Bees

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Bee ID Request - Anthophora terminalis - male Southeastern Blueberry Bee - Habropoda laboriosa - female Diminutive Bumblee Bee, hairy white - Habropoda depressa bee on Purple Dead Nettle - Habropoda laboriosa Anthophora - female Anthophora sp.? - Anthophora Bee on the wing - Anthophora urbana Bee with beak  - Anthophora terminalis

Honey Bees - Apis mellifera - female another bee - Apis mellifera bee - Apis mellifera - female Honey bee - Apis mellifera infected by the phorid nocturnalizer? - Apis mellifera Which bee  - Apis mellifera Early bees on crocus - Apis mellifera - female Bee - Apis mellifera - female

Atypical Bombus nevadensis? - Bombus nevadensis Bombus sp - Bombus griseocollis - female Indiscriminate Cuckoo Bumble Bee - Bombus insularis - female Bombus flavifrons or sitkensis? (or?) - Bombus - female Bombus impatiens - Common Eastern Bumble Bee? - Bombus bimaculatus Bombus 1 - Bombus citrinus Bumble Bee - Bombus californicus Bombus fraternus - female

Centris (Paracentris) - Centris - male Centris bees, different from C. pallida that flies in May. Centris rhodopus? - Centris rhodopus - female Megachilidae? - Centris Digger Bee with Red Parts - Centris rhodopus - female bee - Centris Centris? - Centris Bee - Centris - male Bee - Centris cockerelli - female

Diadasia bituberculata - female Bee - Diadasia enavata Ground bee ID help - Diadasia enavata - female Ptilothrix bombiformis Bee - Diadasia Anthophila - Diadasia bituberculata Bee on prickly pear - Diadasia bee - Diadasia

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