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imA_ocA.jpg.jpg20-Aug-2004BAR stand. Trypoxylon collinum at bottom and Megachile campanulae at top.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0275MID_stand040802.jpg.jpg2-Aug-2004The MID stand, early August. The configuration of nest boxes is typical of years 2001 and 2003-6. Nest blocks were of 3.2 and 4.8 mm cavity width.Hallett, Peter
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
IMGP0334detail.JPG.jpg15-Aug-2004Similar.Hallett, Peter
S_canadensis040725c.JPG.jpg5-Aug-2004Symmorphus canadensis male on the prowl, watery larvae and a darkening pupa with uninflated wings.Hallett, Peter
S_cristatus040725a.JPG.jpg5-Aug-2004Symmorphus cristatus on its characteristic nests.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0331.JPG.jpg5-Aug-2004Upper 3 cavities: Small Potter Wasps (possibly Symmorphus canadensis) next to prey that is one of the characteristic provisions of S. canadensis.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0272WES_stand.JPG.jpg2-Aug-2004The WES stand, early August. The configuration of nest boxes is typical of years 2001 and 2003-6. Nest blocks were of 3.2 or 4.8 mm cavity width.Hallett, Peter
WestStand040725.jpg.jpg25-Jul-2004The WES stand in July.Hallett, Peter
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