Lasioglossum albipes male · vagabitė ♂ ^Thumbnails^Thumbnails^Thumbnails

Lasioglossum albipes male · vagabitė ♂

A very similar bee to Lasioglossum calceatum but not as frequent as that species. The males are most easily separated by the possession of a yellow labrum, that of the male Lasioglossum calceatum being usually black or blackish. The females are more difficult but in albipes the propodeum is less sculptured posterolaterally. They are also smaller and with a longer, less-rounded face.

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