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Two's Company for Solitary bees

Observed: 17th May 2010 By: colhig17colhig17’s reputation in Invertebratescolhig17’s reputation in Invertebratescolhig17’s reputation in Invertebrates
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Description:

This insect box is being used by two Solitary bees, which are laying eggs in the holes which have been plugged with mud. My guess would be Red Mason Bees as I saw the first one entering the box.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Red Mason Bee (Osmia (Osmia) rufa) interacts