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March 22, 2013
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Scanning electron microscope image of a leaf cutter bee. Class Insecta Order Hymenoptera - ants, wasps and bees Super Family Apoidea - bees Family Megachilidae - leaf cutter bee JEOL 35C SEM Credit: Louisa Howard
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