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Sphecodes albilabris

Sphecodes albilabris


It is a solitary parasitic bee. The length of the bee is 11–14 mm. It flies from March to September. The larvae of this species are parasites to Colletes cunicularius. It was spotted pollinating Gagea lutea. On the 4th photo is on the right flower there is another species and thin names refferes only to the left.


It is endemic to Central and Western Europe.

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Zagreb, Croatia

Spotted on Apr 11, 2013
Submitted on Apr 11, 2013

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