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A group of Augochlorine green sweat bees (Augochlorirni) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A group of Augochlorine green sweat bees (Augochlorirni) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A metallic green bee (Agapostemon virescens) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A female long-horned bee (Tetraloniella sp.) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A male Eucerini bee photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A leafcutter bee (Megachile parallela) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A leafcutter bee (Megachile parallela) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A leafcutter bee (Megachile parallela) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A leafcutter bee (Megachile parallela) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A leafcutter bee (Megachile parallela) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A leafcutter bee (Megachile parallela) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A leafcutter bee (Megachile parallela) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A digger bee (Emphoropsis sp.). This species is a thistle specialist and mimic of the common eastern bumble bee (Bombus impatiens).

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A digger bee (Emphoropsis sp.). This species is a thistle specialist and mimic of the common eastern bumble bee (Bombus impatiens).

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A female long-horned bee (Halictus ligatus) photographed at a studio in Lincoln, NE.

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A digger bee (Emphoropsis sp.). This species is a thistle specialist and mimic of the common eastern bumble bee (Bombus impatiens).

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A female Halictus ligatus. They are important pollinators due to their wide distribution and great abundance.

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Halictus ligatus. These are females. They are important pollinators due to their wide distribution and great abundance.

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Black and gold bumblebee (Bombus auricomus). This is a female, and is one of the most “primitive” New World bumble bees.

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Black and gold bumblebee (Bombus auricomus). This is a female, and is one of the most “primitive” New World bumble bees.

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Black and gold bumblebee (Bombus auricomus). This is a female, and is one of the most “primitive” New World bumble bees.

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Black and gold bumblebee (Bombus auricomus). This is a female, and is one of the most “primitive” New World bumble bees.

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Black and gold bumblebee (Bombus auricomus). This is a female, and is one of the most “primitive” New World bumble bees.

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Black and gold bumblebee (Bombus auricomus). This is a female, and is one of the most “primitive” New World bumble bees.

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Black and gold bumblebee (Bombus auricomus). This is a female, and is one of the most “primitive” New World bumble bees.

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Black and gold bumblebee (Bombus auricomus). This is a female, and is one of the most “primitive” New World bumble bees.

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Black and gold bumblebee (Bombus auricomus). This is a female, and is one of the most “primitive” New World bumble bees.

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A metallic green bee (Agapostemon virescens), which along with other bee species is a locally important pollinator of field crops.

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A metallic green bee (Agapostemon virescens), which along with other bee species is a locally important pollinator of field crops.

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A metallic green bee (Agapostemon virescens), which along with other bee species is a locally important pollinator of field crops.

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A metallic green bee (Agapostemon virescens), which along with other bee species is a locally important pollinator of field crops.

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Sunflowers and pollinating bees near the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, MT.

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Sunflowers and pollinating honey bees (Bombus huntii) near the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, MT.

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Sunflowers and pollinating honey bees (Bombus huntii) near the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, MT.

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