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Agapostemon? - Agapostemon - female

Agapostemon? - Agapostemon - Female
Arvada, Jefferson County, Colorado, USA
October 6, 2009
Size: abt 1 cm
I just need confirmation that this is indeed Agapostemon, perhaps texanus or angelicus. I think I'm finally able to tell them apart from the green Augochlorini. Other than white basal hair bands and general hairiness being greater, what else can I look for to help tell them apart from Augochlorini? (I swear this little gal was posing for me!)

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Agapostemon? - Agapostemon - female Agapostemon? - Agapostemon - female Agapostemon? - Agapostemon - female Agapostemon? - Agapostemon - female

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perhaps texanus or angelicus
I agree

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