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red bee - Andrena jessicae - female

red bee - Andrena jessicae - Female
Organ Mountains; Aguirre Springs, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, USA
March 26, 2006
A fuzzy reddish bee, another of my insects from Rhus trilobata.

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red bee - Andrena jessicae - female red bee - Andrena jessicae - female red bee - Andrena jessicae - female

Moved
Moved from Andrena.

Andrena (Tylandrena) jessicae Cockerell
one of many beautiful Andrena

Moved
Moved from Bees.

Andrena
female; good call Stacey

looks nothing like Nomada modesta!

Andrena prunorum? (Andreniae)
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no
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An Andrenid?
I think maybe an andrenid bee. They're usually smaller and black with silver hairs, but it's a big family, and I've found a few red-tailed ones in TX. We'd probably need an extreme face close up or really great wing shot to know with more certainty.

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