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unknown Hymenoptera - Agapostemon - female

unknown Hymenoptera - Agapostemon - Female
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
June 29, 2009
I doubt these have enough detail to pin this down, but any guidance would be appreciated

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unknown Hymenoptera - Agapostemon - female unknown Hymenoptera - Agapostemon

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Female sweat bee - Family Hal
Female sweat bee - Family Halictidae http://bugguide.net/node/view/128

 
Agapostemon texanus?
Looking through the linked page and other web sites, mine seems a fair match to Agapostemon texanus, that several sites report being one of the most common metallic greens here. Anyway, I know where to look in Mitchell and online come summer. Many thanks.

 
yes
it does look like A. texanus

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