Pending ID – Lasioglossum (Parasphecodes)

#1. Lasioglossum (Parasphecodes) sp.Male
Ulverstone
Identification thanks to Bernhard Jacobi

#2. Lasioglossum sp. male
Early April 2010
Ulverstone

#3. Late March 2014
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart/nipaluna

 

#4. Lasioglossum (Parasphecodes) sp.
Left: Mid January 2009, Right: Early April 2010
Ulverstone
A resting aggregation of male bees.  They collect together during the late afternoon.  The females are likely to be in burrows. Identification and information thanks to Bernhard Jacobi

 

#5. Lasioglossum (Parasphecodes) 
sp. Female
Late October 2011
Snug Falls
Identification thanks to Bernhard Jacobi

 

#6.  Lasioglossum (Parasphecodes) sp. Female
Late October 2011
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart/nipaluna
Identification thanks to Bernhard Jacobi

#7. Lasioglossum (Parasphecodes)
Late October 2010
Mount Field National Park
Identification thanks to Ken Walker
 

#8.  Mid March 2018
Urquhart track
Mount Field National Park

   

#9 Late October 2020
Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart/nipaluna
Identification thanks to Bernhard Jacobi and John Ascher This bee was laden with pollen, and I found it sitting on a leaf. I held the leaf to keep it steady, but the bee decided to take the opportunity to walk up my hand – not easy for taking photos with a heavy camera.

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Early April 2021
Hobart/nipaluna
IMG 9313  IMG 9314  IMG 9315

Mid November 2022
Lake Dobson Circuit, Mount Field National Park

The bee was stuck in a puddle, then fished out to dry. Abundant active burrows were on the roadside.
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Mid November 2022
Lake Dobson Circuit, Mount Field National Park
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