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What bee, Australia? ->Hylaeus littleri
Volker Achterberg
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Posted on 12-03-2021 17:01
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date: 24 August 2019; location: Lamington National Park, ca. 800 m high, at Binna Burra Lodge on a banksia flower together with golden-tailed spiny ants;
size: small, about 6 mm;
what bee genus and species? have no idea,
Thanks a lot for any ID help!
Best regards,
Volker
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Volkmar Nix
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Hello Volker,

it's a female bee of the genus Hylaeus (Yellow-Face-Bees). Probably Hylaeus (Prosopisternon) littleri. Look at the small yellow markings in the face.

Best regards
Volkmar
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Volker Achterberg
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Thanks a lot, Volkmar, for your ID help!
That's really great, that you could identify this tiny bee from my fotos.
Comparison with pictures in the internet looks perfect.
Best regards,
Volker
 
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