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Lasioglossum (Chilalictus) lanarium

Halictid bee

Bees in the family Halictidae have a tongue which, although technically short, appears long and jointed (bent). They have a characteristic wing venation (strongly curved M vein).

The genus Lasioglossum has the main pollen-carrying hairs on the hind femur, and also carries lesser amounts on the hind tibia and under the metasoma.

This particular species is often seen feeding on 'daisies'.

Lasioglossum (Chilalictus) lanarium is listed in the following regions:

Canberra & Southern Tablelands  |  Southern Highlands  |  Albury, Wodonga  |  South Coast  |  Gippsland

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Species information

  • Lasioglossum (Chilalictus) lanarium Scientific name
  • Halictid bee Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • Up to 998.39m Recorded at altitude
  • 131 images trained Machine learning
  • External link More information
  • Synonyms

    Lasioglossum lanarium

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