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A. nigroaenea should have a contrasting black final segment with an overall bronze suffused abdomen.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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yes I noticed that. This was on the the same bush as an A. nigroaenea which you identified last week and the difference is clear, it's also immediately beside the 70 yard earth bank occupied by A. flavipes
This bee looked bigger than the males and less laden than the females so I wasn't sure
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