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Solitary Bee



Small green bee




This bee lives by itself. They live in hollow sticks. They remove pulp so they can make their nest. They don't make wax or honey. They pollinate flowers and pack a pollen ball in their nest to feed their babies. This one is collecting pollen from camas flowers.

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Springfield, Oregon, United States

Spotted on Apr 18, 2020
Submitted on Apr 18, 2020

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