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This bee is very common in Europe and able to adapt to a wide variety of habitats. Nevertheless, other than the statement that "it is social" by Knerer, quoted by Ebmer et al. (1994), its social biology and nest architecture has not been described.


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© Smith, Adam

Source: Halictidae

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