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Anthidium?  - Anthidium - female

Anthidium? - Anthidium - Female
Craters of the Moon, Idaho, USA
July 17, 2010
Hiking through Craters of the Moon - cinder cone and lava field, every time I stopped I'd get "swarmed" by several of these cuties. They really liked to lick our sweat. Pretty sure they're anthidium of some sort, but not wool carders - smaller and less colorful.

Moved from Anthidium.

Moved from ID Request.

a native Anthidium (Anthidium) female

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