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IMGP0980ectopicAnthidum.JPG.jpg28-Jul-2005The Carder Bee Anthidium manicatum has a characteristic nest of etc. Another view of the same.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0978ectopicAnthidium.JPG.jpg28-Jul-2005The Carder Bee Anthidium manicatum has a characteristic nest of felt (of plant hairs) with a stopper of gravel and rubbish. It is infrequent in this Data Set. Pictured are ectopic or erratic cells formed outside of the cavities provided.Hallett, Peter
Img0004Anthidium_mum.jpg.jpg2000Carder Bee (Anthidium manicatum) visiting its nest.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0743potter_prepupal_colours.JPG.jpg21-Mar-2005Cavity width, provisioning and overwintering prepupal colour allow good but not perfect sorting of Symmorphus canadensis and S. cristatus.Hallett, Peter
IMG0026Auplopus_Megachile.jpg.jpg2000Cells of a Spider Wasp (Auplopus sp.) and a Leaf Cutter Bee (Megachile ?relativa.).Hallett, Peter
IMGP0933olA_ocA.JPG.jpg30-Jun-2005Contrast between Osmial lignaria (mud walls) and Osmia coerulescens (resinous mastic).Hallett, Peter
Img00009Isodontia_blocks.jpg.jpg2001Cricket-hunting Wasp (Isodontia mexicana)Hallett, Peter
Img00008Isodontia_block.jpg.jpg2001Cricket-hunting Wasp (Isodontia mexicana)Hallett, Peter
Img00014Isodontia.jpg.jpg2001Cricket-hunting Wasp (Isodontia mexicana)Hallett, Peter
Img00013Isodontia_nest.jpg.jpg2001Cricket-hunting Wasp (Isodontia mexicana)Hallett, Peter
IMGP0242detail.JPG.jpg29-Jul-2004Details of Isodontia mexicana nests left to right, old cocoons, new, cricket prey.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0365.JPG.jpg15-Jun-2006Early cocoon spinning by Osmia lignaria. Some of the cocoons are still translucent. Most of the pollen is gone.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0929olA.JPG.jpg30-Jun-2005An early stage for diagnosis but Osmia lignaria is the only bee making pure mud walls in this Data Set.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0345ectopicOsmia_lignaria.JPG.jpg25-May-2006Ectopic cells of Osmia lignaria built in the gap between 2 stacks of nest blocks. In 2006 there was severe crowding at the Monastery with only 14 in 1249 cavities empty. In addition 794 of 1080 O. lignaria nests were harvested in an effort to preserve biodiversity.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0346.JPG.jpg25-May-2006Ectopic cells of Osmia lignaria, etc. (Ditto).Hallett, Peter
IMG0007.jpg.jpg2000Eggs and larvae of Potter Wasp (Ancistrocerus antilope)Hallett, Peter
Img0006Ancistrocerus.jpg.jpg2000Eggs and larvae of Potter Wasp (Ancistrocerus antilope). The eggs of vespids hang from the nest ceiling.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0869olA_eggs.JPG.jpg5-Aug-2005Eggs or early embryos of the Mason Bee Osmia lignaria.Hallett, Peter
Img0024hive_exploded.jpg.jpg2000'Exploded' nest box to demonstrate its parts.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0754stacks.JPG.jpg8-Apr-2005Faces of the 3 righthand stacks of nest blocks, showing packing and some mud stoppers visible from the front.Hallett, Peter
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