Bombinae, Apidae, Hymenoptera, Insecta, Arthropoda, Animalia
Matthew P. Kweskin
31 Mar 1997
|Scutum in front of tegulae yellow; thoracic pleura black.||Pile of face mixture of yellow and black.||Gastral terga 5 and 6 white.|
Identification- This common species is easily identified by its white pile on gastral terga 5 and 6.
Geography- B. occidentalis is found in the Western states from central British Columbia to central California.
Page author: Matthew P. Kweskin
Last modified: 31 Mar 1997
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