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P. E. Hallett (2011) Farmed Solitary Bees & Wasps, Data Set (generations 1997-2008) >

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IMGP0294.JPG.jpg9-Aug-2004The same, 1: 3.2 mm cavities. A difficult diagnosis because of the narrow cavities. Probably not Heriades carinata, as resin opaque and abundant, more likely Megachile campanulae, and not Osmia coerulescens as apparently pure resin with no obvious leaf pulp.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0295.JPG.jpg9-Aug-2004The same, 2: 3.2 mm cavities. A difficult diagnosis because of the narrow cavities. Probably not Heriades carinata, as resin opaque and abundant, more likely Megachile campanulae, and not Osmia coerulescens as apparently pure resin with no obvious leaf pulp.Hallett, Peter
OneBlocks040706.jpg.jpg7-Jun-2004Shows flexible lids and sponge pads that, with clamping pressure, turn blind-ended grooves into nest cavities resistant to lateral penetrations by Melittobia chalybii.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0334detail.JPG.jpg15-Aug-2004Similar.Hallett, Peter
Quietus_b040810.jpg.jpg10-Aug-2004Similar, about 20 sec later.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0745potter_prepupal_colours.JPG.jpg21-Mar-2005Similar but different lighting.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0746.JPG.jpg21-Mar-2005Similar but different lighting. The sorting here was very rapid! Massed well-lit material (e.g., by bright daylight) is much better differentiated than singletons within the nest block. Long and repeated inspection also helps.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0368olA_superseding_imA.JPG.jpg15-Jun-2006Similar. Note the small remnant of the Isodontia cocoon in the top 8.0 mm width cavity.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0353Osmia_lignaria6.4mm.JPG.jpg5-Jun-2006Similar. One or two of the pollen masses were seething with chaetodactylid mites. O. lignaria suffers losses but the mites are often disastrous for other bees.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0352.JPG.jpg5-Jun-2006Similar. One or two of the pollen masses were seething with chaetodactylid mites. O. lignaria suffers losses but the mites are often disastrous for other bees.Hallett, Peter
DSCN0314LAUstand.JPG.jpg2-May-2006Similar. The LAU stand in early Spring. The new generation was very crowded.Hallett, Peter
Sleepy040810.jpg.jpg10-Aug-2004Sleepy prey of Spider-hunting Wasp (Trypoxylon lactitarse).Hallett, Peter
DSCN0373olA_with_pathogen.JPG.jpg18-Jun-2006A slightly more advanced example.Hallett, Peter
IMG0014.jpg.jpg2000Small spider-using wasp (Trypoxylon frigidum)Hallett, Peter
IMGP0325.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2004Species, top to bottom, of the wasp Trypoxylon, and bees Hylaeus, Osmia and Megachile campanulae.Hallett, Peter
Trypoxylon040729.JPG.jpg29-Jul-2004Spider-hunting Wasp (Trypoxylon lactitarse)Hallett, Peter
Quietus_a040810.jpg.jpg10-Aug-2004Spider-hunting Wasp (Trypoxylon lactitarse) stinging prey.Hallett, Peter
Quietus_b040810.jpg.jpg10-Aug-2004Spider-hunting Wasp (Trypoxylon lactitarse) stinging prey.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0318.JPG.jpg12-Aug-2006Spider-using Wasp (Trypoxylon lactitarse), and beginnings of Megachile sp. leaf-rolling bee nest.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0298.JPG.jpg10-Aug-2004Spider-using Wasp (Trypoxylon lactitarse); another view of strikingly coloured late larvae, silk of newly spun cocooons and early stages of shellacking are well shown.Hallett, Peter
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