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Photo#49677
Bumblebee with eggs on it's back? - Bombus terricola

Bumblebee with eggs on it's back? - Bombus terricola
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Alberta, Canada
April 26, 2006
Size: bumblebee sized

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Bumblebee with eggs on it's back? - Bombus terricola Bumblebee with eggs on it's back? - Bombus terricola

Not eggs
Mites of some sort, I think.

Moved
Moved from Subgenus Bombus .

I now think this is terricola s. str.
not occidentalis

(second opinions welcome)

Moved
Moved from Bumble Bees.

Bombus (Bombus)
likely occidentalis

 
Thanks! That is the type of b
Thanks! That is the type of bee then?
Joanne

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