Osmia bruneri Trusted
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Nest in holes in wood blocks or pithy stems, as well as in abandoned subterranean or surface nests of other wasps (Sceliphron) or bees. Nest plugs and partitions are made with leaf pulp or mastic mixed with mud (Cane et al. 2007).
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