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Linda r Cantrell

Bees in Kenmore, WA

found in Lincoln National Forest, flower garden, Ruidoso, New Mexico on July 4, 2010. Photo taken by Linda Cantrell with a Canon Rebel XT
Date Submitted: Nov-15-10
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Pending IdentificationThese bees are usually bigger than a normal honey bee and are very aggressive towards lawn mowers and any loud sounds from radios down to running to hard near one

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Carole

Bees in Milton, FL

This is a bumble bee, but I haven't been able to identify which kind. Appreciate your help.
Date Submitted: Nov-13-10
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yellow jacket
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paper wasp
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Carol Price

Bees in Newark, Ohio

Picture taken along side a pond on Oct 11, 2010
Date Submitted: Oct-11-10
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Bee
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Type: Yellow Jacket Nest That might make it difficult to refill the feeders. :) Those appear to be yellow jackets, - if left alone they will abandon this nest in winter. If you leave it

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50% yellow jacket
0% hornet
50% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:2
Jeannie

Bees in Parsons, KS

They are nesting in the lower trunk of a dead Pine Tree that I have Bird feeders hanging in. They are about the size of a Honey Bee.
Date Submitted: Oct-08-10
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Bee
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Type: Honey Bee Hi Frank, - Honeybees, :) its likely there's a swarm that has moved in and has a hive in the wall, roof, or chimney. Here's additional info, good-luck. Also by

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0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
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frank

Bees in las vegas

We found 2 "dying 1/2" bees in our den last night" on the floor. We don't know how they even got in here, and this isn't the first time we've seen them in the house. About 3 months ago, there were two flying around by the window. thank you, Frank
Date Submitted: Oct-06-10
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Pending IdentificationHelp! I have these funnels that these huge bees 1" to 2" long. They are digging or burroughing funnels everywhere. In my flower beds, in the grass. They seem

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anne

Bees in kelowna bc

just wondering what kind of bee has moved in now. Never seen funnel above ground before here. can you help?
Date Submitted: Oct-02-10
95

Bee
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Type: Yellow Jacket Lynne - I believe you have yellow jackets - here's more info - Wasp Identificati
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0% hornet
13% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:8
Lynne

Bees in Amherst, MA

bees are entering the house wall through a small hole and then gettng into the house. My tenants can har them in the wall.
Date Submitted: Sep-22-10
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Pending IdentificationWow, interesting candid photo! Good job! I've never seen a wasp defeat a grasshopper and drag it home.
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yellow jacket
hornet
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mud wasp
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Danielle

Bees in Sunnyvale, CA

i found it trying to take the grasshopper in the photo in to a hole leading into the wall.
Date Submitted: Sep-17-10
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Type: What kind of bee is it? Notice the wings are splayed out like a fly 2 wings instead of 4 large compound eyes on the front of the head and short stubby antenna. All make me believe it is

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67% yellow jacket
33% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:3
Jean-Pierre Delwasse

Bees in Quebec City

Date Submitted: Sep-14-10
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Bee
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Type: Hornet Nest Looks like a hornets nest :) http://www.adkinsbeeremoval.com/wasp-identification.php

Comments:1
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0% yellow jacket
100% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:5
Paul Summerton

Bees in Staines - England

I thought I sae a large fungus on a tree in Langley Park (in Berkshire South-East England). I approached it & realised that it was a nest. You could hear them, crunching & munching! Thet were approx 1.5 to 2 inches long. Your help please!
Date Submitted: Sep-11-10
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Type: What kind of bee is?
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0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:4
Doug

Bees in Tennyson, IN

1/2 inch in length. In log home. Maybe an infestation from outside, and bees are just finding there way around interior. Seem to be in numbers, and sting like crazy when disturbed!
Date Submitted: Sep-09-10
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Type: Bumble Bee Kelston,

I think your bumble bee I.D. skills are probably correct... sorry to hear that you got stung. We would love to come remove the nest, but we are

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0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
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0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Kelston Gough

Bees in La Valle WI

looks like a bumble bee to me ,pale yellow at front all black at rear of body' one stung me twice and came back for a third try as I disturbed the nest which in in the ground by my garage would like to get rid of them
Date Submitted: Sep-01-10
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Pending IdentificationLooks like a good sized hornet.

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David Hollner

Bees in Parsippany, NJ

came into my house during the night and seemed to be attracted to the lights. yellow and black tail with brown and black on it's main body. about 1 to 1.5 inches in length
Date Submitted: Aug-31-10
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Bee
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Pending IdentificationHello Ray,
It is not easy to tell, but it appears to be a leaf cutter bee, gathering pollen on it's underside.

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mud wasp
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Ray

Bees in Barnsley, Yorks

honeybee size. THE ONLY ONE THIS COLOUR SO COULD BE SOLITARY.
Date Submitted: Aug-24-10
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Bee
Comments:2
Type: Bumble Bee Hello, Shauna Bumble bees under the front steps could be a problem. But, if they aren't bothering you, then it's up to you whether they stay or go. They do hav

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0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
100% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:2
Shauna

Bees in Calgary, Alberta

Found these bees on our walkway up to our front door. They look like they are mating here, and I think a bunch of them are living under our front steps. Should we be worried about this??? Thanks!
Date Submitted: Aug-23-10
86

Bee
Comments:0
Type: This looks very much like a Cricket Hunter Wasp. There are two types but one is a little smaller than you said. The Purplish-blue Cricket Hunter is usually 1 to 1

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50% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
50% other
Total Votes:2
Will

Bees in Greenfield, NY

It measured 2 to 2 1/2 inches before we sprayed it. When it died it measured 1 to 1 1/2 inches. We fdound it "stinging" a hole into our screen on the porch.
Date Submitted: Aug-22-10
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Bee
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Pending IdentificationHello Dan, I is likely some type of wasp. I see you are in Canada; how often do you see these? You might want to check around your home to make sure they haven't

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Dan Douglas

Bees in Kamloops BC Canada

The wasp (?) is approximatley 1.2inches or 30cm. The orange in reality is closer to redish orange. These insects are very fast and have been found in a flowering shrub.
Date Submitted: Aug-15-10
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Pending IdentificationGeraldine,
It is most likely that it can sting, so you might want to be careful when handling it.
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mud wasp
honey bee
bumblebee
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carpenterbee
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Geraldine Vickers

Bees in Schenectady, NY

1 inch orange and black, ugly wasp? is it dangerous?
Date Submitted: Aug-13-10
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paper wasp
mud wasp
honey bee
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Joe Fillar

Bees in n. versailles,pa. 15137

Date Submitted: Aug-10-10
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Pending IdentificationCicada Killer
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hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
honey bee
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john

Bees in lancaster PA

I have this bee that's been trying to bring bugs under my porch but he can't seem to get himself and the bugs through the wire. He's brought about 20-30 bugs so far and keeps bring more. I just wanna know what kind he is. We have only seen 1 going under the porch.
Date Submitted: Aug-09-10
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9% yellow jacket
9% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
9% honey bee
9% bumblebee
9% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
55% other
Total Votes:11
Collegeville

Bees in PA

Found this wasp in our yard 8/3/10 attempting to carry off a cicada. Doesn't quite match the potter or pollen descriptions.
Date Submitted: Aug-03-10
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Bee
Comments:3
Type: Yellow Jacket Appears to bee a yellowjacket or meat bee. http://www.adkinsbeeremoval.com/wasp-identification.php

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100% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:2
Greg

Bees in Marietta/Ohio

My mom has several of these in her house. One stung my daughter 2 times. What is this? Thank you!
Date Submitted: Aug-02-10
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Pending IdentificationLook in Audubon book insects & Spiders picture #518 Augochlora Green Metallic Bee 3/8" long

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Joshua Delaughder

Bees in Belle Plaine, KS

Here is a shiny green bee but it is slightly fuzzy. It collected pollen on it's legs. I also have HD video of it at the following links http://www.flickr.com/photos/48352011@N08/4853104445/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/48352011@N08/4853096897/in/photostream/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/48352011@N08/4853065903/in/photostream/ There are more photos on that site as well that may require some navigation to find.
Date Submitted: Aug-02-10
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Bee
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Pending IdentificationPigeon Horntail Female (Tremex columba) 1"-1-1/2" long. Ther are about 22 Tremex species worldwide but only 1 in North America.

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Jeff Winslow

Bees in Wheeling WV

I was painting a house that was bad with hornets. Then this thing was flying aroung. Biggest bee I ever seen! Can someone please tell me what this thing is!!
Date Submitted: Jul-31-10
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Bee
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Pending IdentificationYour right its not a Hornet or a Wasp and it is not a Bee. This is an Amercian Hover Fly 3/8" long (Metasyrpbus Americanus. This fly is cosidered to be highly ben

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robin galan

Bees in houston, texas

i am trying to identify the bee or hornet that is in the middle of the flower in the attached photos... if hornets do not eat from flowers, then it is not a hornet... i would like to know what it is... photo was taken in houston texas today (July 30, 2010). If you zoom in on the picture... you should be able to get a somewhat clear view of the insect in the flower. (P.S. it's body was NOT segmented like a wasp
Date Submitted: Jul-30-10
76

Bee
Comments:4
Pending IdentificationI noticed a picture posted on the 16th that I missed the other day. I now know that this is a great golden digger wasp. I researched and these are a non aggressiv
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Bob Sunderland

Bees in Wapakoneta, Ohio

I noticed this wasp, or what looks like a wasp the other day pulling weeds. It has a burrow in sand, the hole is about 1/2" in diameter. The bee itself is about 1 1/2" long. So far it appears to be a single bee. I was leaning towards a digger wasp or a cicada killing wasp. The body is orange with a black or brown tip on the tail section. The face has a metallic gold color to it. Since I have children that play in the area , I won't be letting it live unless you advise otherwise. The picture is a little blurry, it is a zoomed cell phone picture. Thank You
Date Submitted: Jul-30-10
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Bee
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Pending IdentificationIf you find out what they are let me know. I just killed three in my back yard. They dig a hole between my cement walk way and bring up a mound of dirt about hal

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Dan Leonard

Bees in Amherst NH

In ground on fairway in low damp spot, very agressive
Date Submitted: Jul-28-10
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devon

Bees in Durkee, Oregon

we just recentley started finding these around our small town and they became thick very fast. They are about an inch to 1.5 inches long. These are some smaller ones that I found.
Date Submitted: Jul-27-10
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Pending IdentificationYou have a Cicada Killer 1-1/8 to 1-5/8 inch. Adults drink nectar and Larvas eat cicadas. This is a member of the wasp family.

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Christina martin

Bees in Livonia Mi

This wasp or bee burrows in the ground is about 1-2" long and is very ugly please help they just showed up this year and haVE never seen them before
Date Submitted: Jul-26-10
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Bee
Comments:1
Pending IdentificationThis looks like a Cicada Killer but your size is a little small. They are normally 1-1/8 to 1-5/8". Look in Audubon book North American Picture #479 and see what
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Mike

Bees in Crawfordville, Fl

Large wasp or wasp like 1/2 to 3/4 inch long. On the butterfly bush flowers
Date Submitted: Jul-25-10
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Bee
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Pending IdentificationLook in the Aubudon field guide Insects & Spiders on picture 478. You have a Sandhills Hornet. Look for a paper net under the roof eaves or in shrubbery close to
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Dani

Bees in White Pigeon MI

These bees have just started to come around in the past couple weeks that I have noticed. In the past week my 3 year old son has been stung twice and I went out to mow the law and got stung in the neck. They appear to be really aggressive I don't know where their hive is and I have no idea what kind of bee it is. Please help. I live in Southern Michigan if that helps.
Date Submitted: Jul-22-10
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paper wasp
mud wasp
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Marie Viljoen

Bees in Brooklyn, NY

I have many of these 'bees" on my terrace. They are docile. I'd appreciate id help.
Date Submitted: Jul-20-10
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Pending IdentificationLooks like a cidada killer - that's really it's name!

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andi anderson

Bees in port chester ny

it looks to be about 2 inches long and was killing a cicada that it carried across the lawn and then up a small mapple tree where it took off from
Date Submitted: Jul-18-10
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Angie

Bees in Acworth, GA

Date Submitted: Jul-17-10
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Pending IdentificationWe found out it is a Great Golden Digger wasp

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Jared

Bees in New Stanton, Pa

This wasp was found digging a hole in dirt. It is about an inch long. It was a much brighter reddish orange before we sprayed it.
Date Submitted: Jul-16-10
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Bee
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Pending IdentificationThanks for the upload, Carol... this actually looks like another Hummingbird Moth spotting. They don't actually have stingers, and they aren't dangerous to us.
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Carol

Bees in Woodstock, VA

Furry, one part body, Nectar sucker has a stinger and antenna. Does land on flower it hovers.
Date Submitted: Jul-12-10
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Pending Identificationdef a homey bee

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Tracey Tortorice

Bees in Clio/Mi

Date Submitted: Jul-10-10
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Pending IdentificationLooks like a Hornets net to me. It could be a Baldface Hornet. Do they have yellow stipes on their face. If so Baldface.

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Anne

Bees in Portland/OR

I've never had a nest this big on my house so am not sure I should remove it myself ... not sure what they are ... paper wasps, hornets? I hope the pix are clear enough to tell.
Date Submitted: Jul-07-10
63

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Yellow Jacket
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0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:0
Dave

Bees in Twin Lakes, WI

These bees are swarming my vegatable garden and one pine tree next to it.
Date Submitted: Jul-07-10
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Dave Usher

Bees in Valatie/NY

these 'bees'? killed a 20 foot maple tree. there were dozens of bore holes into the trunk. they were inside after I cut the tree down.
Date Submitted: Jul-06-10
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Garry

Bees in Springfield, Mo.

About 1/2" Around a tree Very fast flying, faster than a Bumble Bee.Wing set out like a fly when landed. Not pulled back like a Bee. They show up on or around first of July and disappear in August.
Date Submitted: Jul-06-10
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Paul J Hoadley

Bees in Bethlehem Pennsylvania

looked to be about 2 inches long , it was on the leaf of a plant near my ponds . seemed to have two sets of wings from what I could see of it flying and its flight was more like that of a type of damselfly .
Date Submitted: Jul-06-10
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Gary Kaplan

Bees in St. Helens OR

Located in burrow in backyard. The insect in question is poking his head out of the center of the burrrow. Should I be concerned when I mow the lawn? Or when the kids play outside? Is it aggressive? Thanks, Gary
Date Submitted: Jul-04-10
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Michael Starr

Bees in Pflugerville, Tx

Trying to determine what this bee is?
Date Submitted: Jun-28-10
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Pending IdentificationThis is a Sand Hornet or also known as a Cicada Killer Wasp. It bores holes in the ground and also kills cicadas to feed it's young.

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Kirsten Leske

Bees in Savannah/GA

This insect was found on our screen porch. It looks like a type of wasp but was approximately two inches long.
Date Submitted: Jun-26-10
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Bee
Comments:1
Pending IdentificationRose, Good job on the picture. This appears to be a hummingbird moth; they've been growing in numbers in the U.S. for the past few years. Some of them can be

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hornet
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mud wasp
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rose spillman

Bees in yadkinville nc

several of this type were flying around my butterfly bush. it was difficult to get a really clear pic, the pics i sent are the best out of several trys. i would really like to know what this is. thanks.
Date Submitted: Jun-26-10
55

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Bumble Bee

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
7% yellow jacket
13% hornet
7% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
47% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
20% carpenterbee
7% other
Total Votes:15
Jim

Bees in Huntsville, AL

Back yard
Date Submitted: Jun-14-10
54

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Paper Wasp Nest we found something simular to the wasp H Wheeler sent, but much bigger body is thicker and about two in in length body plump like a date fruit has stinger at end
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:0
H Wheeler

Bees in Hoover, AL

The bees are about an inch in length and are busy building a nest under our patio roof. We just moved to the South and these bees are not like any I've seen before.
Date Submitted: Jun-07-10
53

Bee
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Pending Identification

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paper wasp
mud wasp
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solitary bee
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Lynne Stevens

Bees in Olympic Peninsula, Wa.

Bumble bee size but honey bee in coloration; quite beautiful. Mostly pale gold. Only one had an orange back end.
Date Submitted: Jun-05-10
52

Bee
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yellow jacket
hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
honey bee
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Chris

Bees in Seattle WA

Found this bee inside our house on the steps. It's about 3/4" long and a little less than 1/2" wide. It is sluggish and unresponsive. found 3 more dead ones in our upstairs closet area.
Date Submitted: Jun-03-10
51

Bee
Comments:1
Pending IdentificationThat is a fly, not a bee...not sure what kind, though.

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rachel

Bees in pacifica, california

I see these guys quite often around my house.. they are fairly small, in comparison to the bumblebees I know I have they're downright tiny. maybe around 2cm long, and I may be mistaken but I could swear I saw one or two crawl out of the same hole my yellow faced bumblebees live in.
Date Submitted: Jun-03-10
50

Bee
Comments:0
Pending Identification

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hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
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Laurie

Bees in Natick/ mass

We have these bees/wasps (?) every year. They are about an inch long, mostly black with 4 thin yellow stripes, we live in Natick Mass (northwest of Boston). They seem to live and or are active behind the house siding/trim and in our shed but there are no noticeable nests. They hover around some windows and doors in sunny locations throughout the day. They are not aggressive and do not seem to guard any territory that I can tell. Many get into the house each day which is really a nuisance. Thank you in advance for your help!
Date Submitted: Jun-02-10
49

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Bumble Bee
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:0
Joanna

Bees in Redmond, WA

He is ~3/4"-- 1 of 4 bees I found foraging for nectar from fallen black locust flowers. They have a hive under the floor boards (so I haven't seen it) of the gazebo 40 feet from house. Up to 20 were flying around last summer while a contractor was sawing wood in the gazebo and he was never stung. 2 years ago it was wasps, I believe. What should we do?
Date Submitted: Jun-01-10
48

Bee
Comments:2
Pending IdentificationThis is what's called a bald faced hornet
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Melissa

Bees in Ohio

Found this in my kitchen,could you please tell me what it is.Thank you
Date Submitted: Jun-01-10
47

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Honey Bee

Comments:0

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Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:0
John Webb

Bees in Willis, VA

These honey bees are feral and have now cross bred with my Italians, creating an extremely aggressive, but extremely high honey yielding hybrid. I live next to a state natural preserve with thousands of acres of undeveloped land, and this may be where they are coming from. I cannot identify them with any honey bee race described on the internet. They have solid glossy black abdomens with no hair and no stripes. The drones look like miniature Carpenter Bees. The two photos of the queen show her while trying to fly, so her abdomen and head are curled where you can't get an idea of length. My side photos turned out blurred. The other photo shows a drone and a worker.
Date Submitted: May-28-10
46

Bee
Comments:0
Pending Identification

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hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
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solitary bee
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amelia watson

Bees in stockton california

Can you look at my bee photos. This bee was large and solid yellow/brown or reddish. It was found dead under a lemon tree that was in full bloom around May 9 2010. The tree was full of smaller honey bees and also carpenter bees too. But this one was very different looking and just a little smaller than the carpenter bees. I was worried if it could have been an Africanized bee. Thanks
Date Submitted: May-27-10
45

Bee
Comments:3
Pending IdentificationI have, rather had some in my yard as well. After they stung my dog, he couldn't walk for a couple days. So naturally I killed them all.
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hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
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Thomas Weber

Bees in Bangor, PA

We have these wasps in our yard and have been unable to identify them, any help you could give will be appreciated. Thank you.
Date Submitted: May-27-10
44

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Hornet
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:0
Horace

Bees in Saratoga Springs, NY

Found this guy in a solo nest in a fence I am taking down. It's about an inch long. I have never seen one like this, it has like that glow in the darkish yellow green markings...def not a yellow jacket!
Date Submitted: May-23-10
43

Bee
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paper wasp
mud wasp
honey bee
bumblebee
solitary bee
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Michael

Bees in Duluth, MN

Last night I was woken by sharp stings in my arm. After fumbling for the light, I found what I believe to be a wasp. Sadly, I killed the poor creature. I have not killed a bug in 20 years, I bet. Anyways, it's exoskeleton was insanely hard. The bit connecting it's abdomen and thorax was just sliver thin. Here is the one photo I have of the dead Hymenopteran.
Date Submitted: May-19-10
42

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Honey Bee It looks like an european honey bee to me. I've seen them around our farm in the lower southwest portion of Michigan, USA this year also.

Comments:1

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Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:0
Randy

Bees in Martin, TN

Just came across about 30 dead bees in my 2nd floor office. Sure enough wall is buzzing. I can see where they are getting in but the hive is in the wall. Too bad I live in the middle of nowhere! Help!
Date Submitted: May-18-10
41

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Bumble Bee

Comments:0

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
100% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Jeff

Bees in Minot/North Dakota

Photo taken 17 May 2010 at Theodore Roosevelt National Park (South Unit) in North Dakota. Bumble Bee pollinating wild Indigo flowers.
Date Submitted: May-18-10
40

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Honey Bee
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
100% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:2
Jacqueline Freeman

Bees in Battle Ground, WA

What kind is this one? She was on a valerian flower in our garden. http://www.FriendlyHaven.com
Date Submitted: May-17-10
39

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Hornet Nest
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
100% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Larry

Bees in Norcross

the is black and white
Date Submitted: May-17-10
38

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Honey Bee

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
100% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Fletch

Bees in Michigan

Insects found on muddy patches in backyard, where the ground is frequently damp, not sure how the mud patches got there, but there are insects on several different patches
Date Submitted: May-17-10
37

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Bumble Bee

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
67% bumblebee
33% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:3
Greg Heinrichs

Bees in Salem, OR

Hive seems to be in the insulation I pulled out of my sprinkler water box.
Date Submitted: May-10-10
36

Bee
Comments:0
Pending Identification
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hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
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Theresa Currie

Bees in Hephzibah,GA

The body is smaller than a bumblee. It is almost round with yellow fuzz, with a blackish tint. It has a large stinger looking thing on its face instead of the rear. I managed to drowned this one in a bucket of water, there were more than one buzzing around my porch. I am allergic to bee stings so I'd really love to know what it is.
Date Submitted: May-07-10
35

Bee
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mud wasp
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Melanie King

Bees in Lenexa, KS

I just assumed this was a bumble bee and then I realized it doesn't have the stripes. It's a huge bee that comes to these flowers every spring.
Date Submitted: Apr-28-10
34

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Honey Bee

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
100% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:2
Sandra Lopez

Bees in San Diego

Seem to be centered on top of 2 adjoining fences. Sometimes only a few are there sometimes a dozen or more.
Date Submitted: Apr-26-10
33

Bee
Comments:1
Pending IdentificationAntoinette, It's a bit mangled, but looks like a honey bee. If so, you may have a bee hive attached to your house of scouting your eaves or chimney. You can lear

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Antoinette

Bees in Tucson Arizona

Smaller than a penny South of Tucson AZ; 30 miles north of US/ Mexico Border Was buzzing in windowsill like it was dying.
Date Submitted: Apr-21-10
32

Bee
Comments:2
Type: Hornet

Comments:0

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:0
Tammy

Bees in Madison, VA

We're new to VA and hope these guys are not common! Found one attracted to the front porch light a week ago we shut off the light and it went away. Yesterday I found this one in the house trying to find it's way out of a closed window. Once trapped in the glass it would do a defensive posture - front legs up, mandibles open and it would turn to face us if we rotated the paper. It would also lay down on it's side pointing its abdomen towards us. We let it go after photographing it. Any info would be helpful. Thanks!
Date Submitted: Apr-21-10
31

Bee
Comments:0
Pending Identification

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hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
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solitary bee
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Nancy Newton

Bees in Granite Bay/CA

bumble bee size-3/4-1 " seen around Japanese Maple first, then around fig tree by pond
Date Submitted: Apr-17-10
30

Bee
Comments:1
Pending IdentificationIve never seen a wasp like that in California. It has similar colors to a paper wasp. Perhaps its a type of solitary wasp, most likely eating bugs in the garden.
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Hal Hurst

Bees in Hawthorne (LAX area) / California

about one inch- grid is standard window screen. This is adjacent to my vegetable garden. Seen on a sunny day three days ago.
Date Submitted: Apr-15-10
29

Bee
Comments:0
Pending IdentificationDoesn't anyone have a clue ??

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hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
honey bee
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solitary bee
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João Encarnação

Bees in Lagoa, PORTUGAL

About 2cm of lenght Found it in my garden, crawling in the ground... And i've never seen one like this, with this colour!
Date Submitted: Feb-22-10
28

Bee
Comments:2
Type: Hornet Nest
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
50% hornet
25% paper wasp
25% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:4
Jill

Bees in lunenburg va

I'm not sure what we have here. sorry for the poor quality, didn't know if it was safe to get to close
Date Submitted: Oct-07-09
27

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Yellow Jacket
Vote what is it?
100% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:3
Harry Hostetter

Bees in Kansas City, MO

I think they are sweat bees but haven't had anyone confirm it. These are at a house we are in the process of buying. The picture isn't very good but if you zoom in you can get a view of one.
Date Submitted: Oct-04-09
26

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Great black wasp cool

Comments:1

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
100% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Paul M. Boyd

Bees in Columbia PA

Size: Approx 1 1/2 long Location: Columbia, Pa. Lancaster County Tjhis looks to be from thje WASP family, yet doesn't look like thje wasp we see.
Date Submitted: Sep-29-09
25

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Yellow Jacket Hi Peter - looks like you have yellow jacket nest in your wall. visit>> Wasp Identification Chart under info center 877-723-5467 - john

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Comments:0
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100% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Peter Myo Khin

Bees in Silver Spring, MD

Photo of bees taken on 1/4" grid paper. Bees located in exterior wall of house. Just noticed them and didn't have problem previous years.
Date Submitted: Sep-28-09
24

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Honey Bee Hive

Comments:0
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0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
100% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Bees in cape coral, FL

They look smaller than a regular honey bee, but it's hard to tell. The hive is in a tree about 8ft off the ground. moderate activity around the hive.
Date Submitted: Sep-27-09
23

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Paper Wasp Nest

Comments:1
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
100% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Song Kok Hang

Bees in Fremont, CA

Nest is about 3" round. Species size is about 1/2 to 1 inch. Nest is on roof line.
Date Submitted: Sep-26-09
22

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Bumble Bee Nest
Vote what is it?
25% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
75% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:4
Bees in Wingate, NC

Horseshoe shaped pale yellow on thorax, black behind, clustered on an overripe fig, larger than honeybee
Date Submitted: Sep-22-09
21

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Yellow Jacket

Comments:3

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
100% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:2
karly

Bees in kentucky

This bee is not a big bee. They keep coming from somewhere in my room so I think there is a nest of them somewhere and it seems like they are comig from like around my window. My window is surrounded by wooden borders so i thought maybe they were some type of carpenter bee or something but i just can't figure out where they are coming from!!!!! please help:)
Date Submitted: Sep-19-09
20

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Solitary bee nice pic! hmm.. Black and white bee, looks like a solitary bee, possibly genus: colletes, perhaps "Cellophane bee"

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
20% yellow jacket
20% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
20% honey bee
40% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:5
Christine

Bees in Omaha/ NE

Omaha, NE, backyard garden
Date Submitted: Sep-01-09
19

Bee
Comments:2
Type: Yellow Jacket looks like yellow jackets / meat bees! - they will abandon the nest by late fall. / visit the Wasp Identification Chart for more info. :)

Comments:0

Comments:1
Vote what is it?
68% yellow jacket
5% hornet
5% paper wasp
9% mud wasp
5% honey bee
5% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
5% other
Total Votes:22
Paul

Bees in Fort Collins, CO

We will be rebuilding next month, and I would like to find out how I can relocate these Bees. Thanks
Date Submitted: Aug-21-09
18

Bee
Comments:2
Type: Hornet Nest

Comments:1
Vote what is it?
8% yellow jacket
67% hornet
8% paper wasp
8% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
8% other
Total Votes:12
jeanna

Bees in west monroe ny

these do not seam to be agressive you leave them alone they dont bother you
Date Submitted: Aug-16-09
17

Bee
Comments:7
Type: Eastern Cicada Killer Wasp

Comments:0

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
60% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
40% other
Total Votes:5
Shantelle

Bees in Franfort, Indiana

These things not sure really what they are are (shudder) scary and by no means are they small these thingshave nested in my childrens sandbox and are constantly flying around in my back yard this year they have ventured around front I thought they were hornets but when I did an image search they looked nothing like them Can someone tell me what kinda bee this is?!
Date Submitted: Aug-15-09
16

Bee
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Pending Identification

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S2

Bees in Harrisburg, PA

Wondering if this is a Hoverfly or Syrphidfly? Found large and small insects, hover in mid-air and dart around. Interesting yellow triangular pattern on back. Large insect repeatedly mated with small insect on basil flower cluster (mating caught on last photo submitted). Thank you.
Date Submitted: Aug-14-09
15

Bee
Comments:6
Type: Cicada Killer Wasp check out #6 (also from NY) very similar -
Vote what is it?
20% yellow jacket
30% hornet
10% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
20% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
20% other
Total Votes:10
Bob

Bees in Long Island, NY

Monster fat butt, big wing span, furry top black and yellow tailend....can't find what it is....
Date Submitted: Aug-13-09
14

Bee
Comments:3
Type: Cicada Killer Wasp We have the same bee!! Look at our submission....MayBE ir is BEA Arthur
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
100% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Jeff Vonderheide

Bees in Elgin IL

He is about 1-1/2 inches long and the tail is about 1/2 inch thick. Does anyone know what type of bee this is?
Date Submitted: Aug-12-09
13

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Bumble Bee
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
60% bumblebee
10% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
30% other
Total Votes:10
Bees in Nelson/British Columbia

altitude ~1500m This is just an experiment to see of your system produces an answer.
Date Submitted: Aug-07-09
12

Bee
Comments:7
Type: other
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:0
Laurie

Bees in Huntington Beach CA

Is this a bee and if so what kind is it?
Date Submitted: Oct-24-09
11

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Honey Bee

Comments:0
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:0
Jane Hoffman

Bees in Kapaa/Hawaii

In backyard garden on sunflower, zinnia, marigold, basil and veggie flowers~ cucumber, squash, tomato
Date Submitted: Oct-12-09
10

Bee
Comments:0
Type: Hornet cool - Looks like a hornet, looks like its been dead for a bit.

Comments:1
Vote what is it?
67% yellow jacket
33% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:3
Bees in Queens/New York

found in troffer recessed fluorescent light
Date Submitted: Aug-05-09
09

Bee
Comments:1
Type: Hornet Nest These are yellow jacket or a hornets. Hornets are up to 2 inches in size and up to 700 family members. While yellow jackets are about a 1/2 inch in size and which

Comments:1

Comments:1
Vote what is it?
25% yellow jacket
75% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:4
Bees in casper wyoming

Date Submitted: Aug-03-09
08

Bee
Comments:3
Pending Identificationthis looks like the same pic poste in 2nd image up Peoria, IL Rosemary Jul 29 09 it looks like a chicharrones! Therese a lot in Mexico. They chirp at night,

Comments:1

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Bees in Broken Arrow, OK

This bee was around 2 inches long and was getting nectar from a neighborhood pool flower.
Date Submitted: Aug-03-09
07

Bee
Comments:3
Type: Yellow Jacket This appears to be either a yellow jacket or a hornet nest. Hornets are up to 2 inches in size and up to 700 family members. While yellow jackets are about a 1/2

Comments:1

Comments:1
Vote what is it?
33% yellow jacket
67% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:3
Bees in Flint,MI

They built this nest under my window awning on the south side of house. They are black with what markings. The nest has several layers
Date Submitted: Aug-02-09
06

Bee
Comments:4
Type: Cicada Killer Wasp It looks very much like a paper wasp, i would bet on it. google it using google images. These are often found under eaves of structures and homes. Every once
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
100% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
0% other
Total Votes:1
Bees in New York

I can't find any identification of this type of bee I have here and I've never seen one like it before. It might be a wasp I'm not sure. It's about an inch and a half long.
Date Submitted: Jul-30-09
05

Bee
Comments:0
Pending IdentificationThat thing is wicked!

Comments:2

Comments:0
Vote what is it?   
yellow jacket
hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
honey bee
bumblebee
solitary bee
carpenterbee
other
Other/ More
Bees in Green Bay, WI

No idea what this is. It was about 2 inches long.
Date Submitted: Jul-29-09
04
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Bee
Comments:1
Type: Bumble Bee
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
0% mud wasp
0% honey bee
75% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
25% other
Total Votes:4
Bees in Garage

What are these?
Date Submitted: Jul-26 09
03

Bee
Comments:2
Pending Identificationalbino bumblebee?

Comments:0

Comments:1
Vote what is it?   
yellow jacket
hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
honey bee
bumblebee
solitary bee
carpenterbee
other
Other/ More
Bees in in back room

i found this huge yellow hairy bee in my back room. it is dying by the looks of it. i have no idea what kind it is.
Date Submitted: Jul-25- 09
02

Bee
Comments:7
Pending IdentificationCrazy cool pic! - need close up!
Vote what is it?   
yellow jacket
hornet
paper wasp
mud wasp
honey bee
bumblebee
solitary bee
carpenterbee
other
Other/ More
Bees in Peoria, IL

This bee is attracted to my Butterfly Tree and I have never seen a bee this large here.
Date Submitted: Jul-25- 09
01
Comment:
Bee
Comments:0
Type: Stingless Bee

Comments:5

Comments:2
Vote what is it?
0% yellow jacket
0% hornet
0% paper wasp
33% mud wasp
17% honey bee
0% bumblebee
0% solitary bee
0% carpenterbee
50% other
Total Votes:6
Bees in Lees Summit, Missouri

I see that we are outside of your areas listed. I have never seen anything like these. I will keep asking around if you don't know. thanks, k_potter@sbcglobal.net
Date Submitted: Jul-25-09



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