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Subgenus Anthidium, Typical Woolcarder Bees

 
 
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Anthidium edwardsii - female Anthidium edwardsii - female Anthidium sp.? - Anthidium edwardsii Anthidium sp.? - Anthidium edwardsii Anthidium sp.? - Anthidium edwardsii

Anthidium - Anthidium emarginatum Dianthidium? - Anthidium emarginatum

Anthidium illustre - male - female Anthidium illustre - female Megachilidae #2 - Anthidium sp. - Anthidium illustre - female Megachilidae #2 - Anthidium illustre - female Anthidium illustre - male Anthidium illustre, perhaps?  - Anthidium illustre - male Anthidium illustre, perhaps?  - Anthidium illustre - male Bees in the bee house - Anthidium illustre

Megachilid Bee?  Anthidium maculatum?   - Anthidium maculifrons - female Anthidium maculifrons? - Anthidium maculifrons Bee - Anthidium maculifrons - male Bee - Anthidium maculifrons - female Anthidium maculifrons - female Anthidium maculifrons - female Tribe Anthidiini - Anthidium maculifrons Bee - Anthidium maculifrons

Parasitic bee? - Anthidium maculosum - male Genus: Anthidium, Species: ? - Anthidium maculosum Anthidium maculosum? - Anthidium maculosum Pair of megachilid bees with rows of four yellow spots on abdomen. - Anthidium maculosum - male - female Anthidium maculosum, possibly - Anthidium maculosum - male Anthidium maculosum bee x - Anthidium maculosum Anthidium maculosum - Spotted Woolcarder? - Anthidium maculosum - female

 
 
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