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Bee for ID

Observed: 20th April 2011 By: ophrys
Yorkshire Naturalists' Union
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Description:

Still not got into bees...but these seem to be very common in woodland, locally.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

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Syrphus's picture

It is one of the many Nomada

It is one of the many Nomada sp., but I would not guess which one. Reddish antennae combined with spotty eyes and yellow-marked gaster are typical of this genus and not of any other.

M.

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Thanks

That'll do for me, thank you. Just nice to know the family and then I can come back to them later with a rough idea of where I am!

Ian
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