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Osmia_Isodontia040626b.JPG.jpg26-Jun-2004Anterior details for O. lignaria and I. mexicana nests.Hallett, Peter
Auplopus_mothering040715a.jpg.jpg15-Jul-2004Auplopus mother on nest, with eggs.Hallett, Peter
T.latitarse_nest040820.jpg.jpg20-Aug-2004Bottom cavity shows cocooning in progress in Trypoxylon lactitarse nest.Hallett, Peter
Auplopus040715b.JPG.jpg15-Jul-2004Characteristic nest of Pompilid wasp, Auplopus.Hallett, Peter
cluster_of_canadensis_mums040828.JPG.jpg28-Aug-2004Cluster of small potter wasp mothers in 3.2 mm wide cavities. Most likely Symmorphus canadensis.Hallett, Peter
3diets040626.JPG.jpg26-Jun-2004Different diets for different species. Bottom, wasp Isodontia mexicana; middle, bee Osmia lignaria; top, wasp Auplopus (parasitized cocoons)Hallett, Peter
Sleepy_spider040810.jpg.jpg10-Aug-2004Dropped prey of Trypoxylon lactitarseHallett, Peter
Img0024hive_exploded.jpg.jpg12-Jul-2011Exploded view of nest box.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0264atwork.JPG.jpg2-Aug-2004Field work, view 1.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0244atwork.JPG.jpg2-Aug-2004Field work, view 2.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0249atwork.JPG.jpg2-Aug-2004Field work, view 3.Hallett, Peter
best_lid_on_LauBlock040713b.JPG.jpg13-Jul-2004A flexible lid, and clamping pressure, frustrate sideways penetration of nest cavities by the tiny parasitic wasp Melittobia.Hallett, Peter
Isodontia_thinking040902.JPG.jpg2-Sep-2004An Isodontia mother with cricket prey grappling with an unusual problem.Hallett, Peter
IMG0005founding1987.jpg.jpg4-May-1997May 4th 1997, Saugeen, 1st 2 nest boxes in the field.Hallett, Peter
Img0001founding1987.jpg.jpg4-May-1997May 4th 1997, Saugeen, 1st 2 nest boxes in the field.Hallett, Peter
Mid_hive_stand040802.jpg.jpg2-Aug-2004MID stand, Saugeen, Aug 2 2004Hallett, Peter
Auplopus_9.6mm_nest_00005.jpg.jpg12-Jul-2004The mud barrels of Auplopus are usually narrower than the cavity (width 9.6 mm here).Hallett, Peter
M.pugnata040810.jpg.jpg10-Aug-2004Nest of Megachile pugnata has pollen, and bilayered cross-walls of mud and chewed leaves.Hallett, Peter
M.pugnata040817.jpg.jpg17-Aug-2004Nest of Megachile pugnata with pollen, larvae and bilayer walls.Hallett, Peter
Osmia_lig040626c.JPG.jpg26-Jun-2004Osmia lignaria nests are often the earliest in SpringHallett, Peter
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