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Is this some kind of bee?


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#1 Offline Works4TheGood - Posted August 9 2016 - 5:25 PM

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Is this some kind of bee?  Maybe a fly?  I frequently find them drowning in our baby pool.  Can it sting?  Do they live in colonies?  Are the predatory?

 

 

 


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#2 Offline gcsnelling - Posted August 9 2016 - 6:01 PM

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Male solitary bees, possibly Dialictus, they will not sting.


Edited by gcsnelling, August 9 2016 - 6:02 PM.

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