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Subgenus Neoxylocopa


Black bee - Xylocopa mexicanorum Carpenter Bee? - Xylocopa mexicanorum small black bee - Xylocopa mexicanorum small black bee - Xylocopa mexicanorum Western Carpenter Bee? - Xylocopa mexicanorum - male Is this a Valley Carpenter bee? - Xylocopa mexicanorum Is this a Valley Carpenter bee? - Xylocopa mexicanorum Identify native bee?   - Xylocopa mexicanorum

Xylocopa varipuncta - male Valley Carpenter Bee - Xylocopa varipuncta - female Large Bee - Xylocopa varipuncta - male Xylocopa varipuncta - female Male Carpenter Bee! - Xylocopa varipuncta - male California Carpenter Bee? Nope. - Xylocopa varipuncta - female

Xylocopa varipuncta in Florida - Xylocopa - male Xylocopa varipuncta in Florida - Xylocopa - male Xylocopa varipuncta in Florida - Xylocopa - male Xylocopa varipuncta in Florida - Xylocopa - male Xylocopa varipuncta in Florida - Xylocopa - male Black bee - Xylocopa - female Likely adventive in Florida Xylocopa male - Xylocopa - male