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red mason bees

red mason bees

Red mason bees (Osmia bicornis) differ in size by sex, as seen in this pair of male (top) and female (bottom). Such sexual dimorphism means the bees’ methods for correctly orienting themselves in their single-exit nests also vary between male and female. (Photo credit: Justyna Kierat)

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