Ligated Furrow Bee

Halictus ligatus

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Halictus ligatus is a species of sweat bee from the family Halictidae, characterized by those bees that mine or burrow into the ground to create their nests. Moreover, As a member of the Halictidae, H. ligatus is commonly categorized a sweat bee due to its attraction to the salts of human perspiration. H. ligatus, like Lasioglossum zephyrum, is a primitively eusocial bee species, for which aggression is one of the most influential behavioral attitudes for

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