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UK Nature > Bees

Andrena bicolor
Mining Bee

Andrena cineraria
Ashy Mining Bee

Andrena flavipes
Mining Bee

Andrena fulva
Tawny Mining Bee

Andrena nigroaenea
Mining Bee

Andrena scotica
Mining Bee

Anthidium manicatum
Wool-carder Bee

Anthophora plumipes
Hairy-footed Flower Bee

Apis mellifera
European Honey Bee

Bombus hortorum
Garden Bumble Bee

Bombus hypnorum
Tree Bumble Bee

Bombus lapidarius
Red-tailed Bumble Bee

Bombus lucorum
White-tailed
Bumble Bee

Bombus pascuorum
Common Carder Bee

Bombus pratorum
Early Bumblebee

Bombus rupestris
Cuckoo Bee

Bombus terrestris
Buff-tailed Bumble Bee

Bombus vestalis
Cuckoo Bee

Colletes similis
Plasterer Bee

Hylaeus sp.
Solitary Bee

Megachile sp.
Leafcutter Bee

Megachile willughbiella
Leafcutter Bee

Nomada
marshamella
Cuckoo Bee

Osmia bicornis
Red Mason Bee

Osmia caerulescens
Blue Mason Bee

Sphecodes sp.
Parasitic Bee


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