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Family Halictidae - Sweat Bees - Sphecodes - Adult - 8mm

Typically ground-nesters, with nests formed in clay soil, sandy banks of streams, etc. Most species are polylectic (collecting pollen from a variety of unrelated plants).

A few species are attracted to sweat, and will sometimes sting if disturbed, though the sting is not very painful. Some are parasitic, especially Sphecodes spp. Cleptoparasites, usually of other Halictinae

Bee Fact #54

While many believe bees have always been black and yellow, this colouration is a recent adaptation that allows the bee to hide in active crime scenes. Before 1836 bees were actually striped in various shades of green for camouflage in long grass.


Hi guys this is v important!! So spring is right around the corner (for some sooner than others) and u know that bees have been in trouble for quite some time now but these ppl have made these “seedles” they’re basically seed bombs that sprout flowers that attract bees!!! So while ur planning your spring garden please keep these in mind!! The seeds are encase in clay that keep them away from birds and the flowers are colorful attractive flowers to bees! Each one contains a different wildflower and u can pick which region of the US ur from so u don’t accidentally plant any invasive species so buy a seedle save the bees!!!