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Sonoran Bumble Bee? - Bombus sonorus - female

Sonoran Bumble Bee? - Bombus sonorus - Female
Tucson, Mount Lemmon., Pima County, Arizona, USA
August 8, 2009
People have been calling these "Sonoran Bumble Bee". Is this corect?

Moved
Moved from Bumble Bees.

Compare to the one John Asher IDed

I think it's a save bet.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Female
It would use some cropping to make it more visible. Also it is a good idea to fill in the male/female, adult/immature information whenever possible. I did it for you this time.

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