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of Australian Native Bees

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-- larger images; and
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Author: Anne Dollin
(See Anne Dollin's Google+ profile)


© 1997-2013 Australian Native Bee Research Centre
PO Box 74, North Richmond NSW 2754, Australia


....FAMILY APIDAE

Stingless Bee
(Tetragonula carbonaria, prevously called Trigona carbonaria)
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stingless bee
Great Carpenter Bee
(Xylocopa)
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carpenter bee
Metallic Carpenter Bee
(Xylocopa (Lestis))
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metallic carpenter bee
Reed Bee
(Exoneura)
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reed bees
Cuckoo Bee
(Thyreus)
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cuckoo bee
Blue Banded Bee
(Amegilla)
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blue banded bee
Teddy Bear Bee
(Amegilla (Asaropoda))
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teddy bear bee
Dawson's Burrowing Bee
(Amegilla dawsoni)
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dawsons burrowing bee
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....FAMILY MEGACHILIDAE

Leafcutter Bee
( Megachile)
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leafcutter bee
Resin Bee
(recently renamed Megachile)
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resin bee

Coelioxys Bee
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....FAMILY HALICTIDAE

Homalictus Bees
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homalictus bees
Green & Gold Nomia Bees
(recently renamed
Lipotriches australica)
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nomia bees
....
....

....FAMILY COLLETIDAE

Wasp-Mimic Bee
(Hyleoides concinna)
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wasp mimic bee
Banksia Bee
(Hylaeus alcyoneus)
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banksia bee
Hylaeus nubilosus
(one of the Masked Bees)
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masked bee
The World's Smallest Bee
(Quasihesma)
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quasihesma bee
Feathery Leioproctus Bee
(Leioproctus plumosus)
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leioproctus bee
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Which of the above bees are in your area of Australia?
What types of nests do these bees build?
Find out the answers to these questions in our Introductory Guide!