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IMGP0293O.coerulans_orM.campanulae.JPG.jpg9-Aug-20043.2 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
S_candensis040725a.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20043.2 mm cavities, all with the provisions and pale larvae of Symmorphus canadensis.Hallett, Peter
Sibling_emerge040815.jpg.jpg15-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. 'Artificial release' of Symmorphus canadensis.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0333.JPG.jpg15-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. Cavity 6 (3 up) shows the chunky black chrysomelid provisions and vivid Yellow prepupa of S. cristatus. Cavities 7 and 8 are S. canadensis, 7 because of the whitish host larvae and 8 because of orange weevil provisions.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0211Symmorphus_3.2mmBW.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20043.2 mm cavities. Possibly entirely the small Potter Wasp Symmorphus canadensis.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0213detail.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20043.2 mm cavities.Possibly entirely the small Potter Wasp Symmorphus canadensis. Detail 1.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0215S.canadensis_pupa_emerged.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20043.2 mm cavities. Possibly entirely the small Potter Wasp Symmorphus canadensis. Detail 2. Note the almost mature pupa in cavity 7 (2 down) and the adult male moving towards the end of the nest block. These are not uncommon sights for Symmorphus canadensis.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0329.JPG.jpg15-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. Symmorphus canadensis.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0292S.canadensis_bee_3.2mmBW.JPG.jpg8-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. Symmorphus canadensis and the bee Heriades carinata (at right) that builds resin cross walls in the narrowest cavities.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0349scA_mums.JPG.jpg28-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. Symmorphus canadensis mothers. Cavity 5 (5 from left) shows the long thin and very small leaf miners and sawflies often used by this small Potter Wasp.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0332.JPG.jpg15-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. Symmorphus canadensis mothers. Cavity 6 (2 up) shows the very small weevils immatures often used by this small Potter Wasp..Hallett, Peter
IMGP0330scA_mcw_scA_mw.JPG.jpg15-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. Symmorphus canadensis mothers. Cavity 6 (3 down) shows the very small weevils immatures often used by this small Potter Wasp..Hallett, Peter
IMGP0345scA_mums.JPG.jpg21-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. Symmorphus canadensis or cristatus mothers.Hallett, Peter
siblings040815.jpg.jpg15-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. Symmorphus canadensis. Siblings mating on their newly opened nest block.Hallett, Peter
Sibling_canadensis040815.jpg.jpg15-Aug-20043.2 mm cavities. Symmorphus canadensis. Siblings mating on their newly opened nest block.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0277Sb_cristatus_Osmia.JPG.jpg2-Aug-20044.8 mm cavities. Another view of the nest block with Symmorphus cristatus and Osmia tersula.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0279Osmia_detail.JPG.jpg2-Aug-20044.8 mm cavities. Another view of the nest block with Symmorphus cristatus and Osmia tersula.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0278.JPG.jpg2-Aug-20044.8 mm cavities. Another view of the nest block with Symmorphus cristatus and Osmia tersula.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0219.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20044.8 mm cavities. Entirely the Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus. The chrysomelid beetles are well shown.Hallett, Peter
IMGP0216S.cristatus.JPG.jpg25-Jul-20044.8 mm cavities. Entirely the Potter Wasp Symmorphus cristatus. This is the preferred cavity size. Nests in 3.2 mm wide cavities produce many males.Hallett, Peter
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