FIELD GUIDE CARPENTER BEE

  1. CARPENTER BEE FIELD GUIDE
    name = from their habit of boring into wood to make galleries for the rearing of young
    from their habit of boring into wood to make galleries for the rearing of young
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    Adult body length about INCH to 1 inch
    1/2 inch
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    Adult body length about 1/2 inch to INCH
    1 inch
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    Adult = _ in form, resembling bumble bees, but with
    top surface of abdomen largely bare and shining
    robust
  5. CARPENTER BEE FIELD GUIDE
    Adult = robust in form, resembling _ _, but with
    top surface of abdomen largely bare and shining
    bumble bees
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    Adult = robust in form, resembling bumble bees, but with
    _ _ of abdomen largely bare and shining
    top surface
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    Adult = robust in form, resembling bumble bees, but with
    top surface of abdomen largely _ and _
    bare and shining
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    are not _ insects and do not live in nests or colonies
    social
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    are not social insects and do not live in _ or _
    nests or colonies
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    The adults over _, typically in abandoned nest tunnels
    overwinter
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    The adults over winter, typically in abandoned _ _
    nest tunnels
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    In the _, the survivors emerge and feed on nectar.
    spring
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    In the spring, the survivors _ and feed on nectar.
    emerge
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    In the spring, the survivors emerge and feed on _
    nectar
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    The mated female may either reuse an old _
    gallery
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    The mated female may construct a new gallery by _ an old gallery,
    lengthening
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    The mated female may _ an entirely new gallery
    bore
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    The mated female may _ a gallery from a common entrance hole
    extend
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    The mated female may extend a gallery from a _ _ _
    common entrance hole
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    female typically bores a _ _ (same diameter as her body) straight into
    the wood across the wood grain for a distance equal to her body length
    circular hole
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    female typically bores a circular hole (___) straight into
    the wood across the wood grain for a distance equal to her body length
    same diameter as her body
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    female typically bores a circular hole (same diameter as her body) straight into
    the wood across the _ _ for a distance equal to her body length
    wood grain
  23. CARPENTER BEE FIELD GUIDE
    female typically bores a circular hole (same diameter as her body) straight into
    the wood across the wood grain for a distance _ to her body length
    equal
  24. CARPENTER BEE FIELD GUIDE
    female typically bores a circular hole (same diameter as her body) straight into
    the wood across the wood grain for a distance equal to her _ _
    body length
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    Additional _ may be excavated
    above/below earlier galleries resulting in
    2 or 3 tiers/levels of galleries
    galleries
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    Additional galleries may be excavated
    _/_ earlier galleries resulting in
    2 or 3 tiers/levels of galleries
    above/below
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    Additional galleries may be excavated
    above/below earlier galleries resulting in
    NUMBER or NUMBER tiers/levels of galleries
    2 or 3
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    prefer to nest in _ and unpainted wood
    weathered
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    prefer to nest in weathered and _ wood
    unpainted
  30. CARPENTER BEE FIELD GUIDE
    Male carpenter bees tend to be _ and _ when humans approach, sometimes hovering a
    short distance in front of the face or buzzing one’s head.
    territorial and aggressive
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    Male carpenter bees tend to be territorial and often become
    aggressive when humans approach, sometimes hovering a
    short distance ___ or buzzing one’s head.
    in front of the face
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    males have no _. female does have a potent sting which is _ _
    • no stinger
    • rarely used
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    control consists of treating _ _ _ with an appropriately labeled pesticide
    each individual gallery
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    control = _, wettable powders, microencapsulated, and aerosol residual formulations work best
    dusts
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    control = Dusts, _ _, microencapsulated, and aerosol residual formulations work best
    wettable powders
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    control = Dusts, wettable powders, _, and aerosol residual formulations work best
    microencapsulated
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    control = Dusts, wettable powders, microencapsulated, and _ _ formulations work best
    aerosol residual
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    control = _ _ systems are probably the most efficient and
    safest way to treat galleries, especially when on a ladder
    aerosol injection
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    control = Aerosol injection systems are probably the most _ and _ way to treat galleries, especially when on a ladder
    efficient and safest
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    control = Aerosol injection systems are probably the most efficient and
    safest way to treat _, especially when on a ladder
    galleries
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    control = Aerosol injection systems are probably the most efficient and
    safest way to treat galleries, especially when on a _
    ladder
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    control = Do not _ the treated gallery for 24-48 hours so that
    the female has time to be exposed to a lethal dose
    seal
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    control = Do not seal the treated gallery for NUMBER-NUMBER hours so that
    the female has time to be exposed to a lethal dose
    24-48 hours
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    control = Do not seal the treated gallery for 24-48 hours so that
    the _ has time to be exposed to a lethal dose
    female
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    control = Do not seal the treated gallery for 24-48 hours so that
    the female has time to be exposed to a _ _
    lethal does
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    control = after treating an individual gallery, seal the
    entry holes with wood filler or 3/8 inch wood dowel plugs to
    discourage reuse of existing galleries
    individual gallery
  47. CARPENTER BEE FIELD GUIDE
    control = after treating an individual gallery, seal the
    _ _ with wood filler or 3/8 inch wood dowel plugs to
    discourage reuse of existing galleries
    entry holes
  48. CARPENTER BEE FIELD GUIDE
    control = after treating an individual gallery, seal the
    entry holes with _ _ or 3/8 inch wood dowel plugs to
    discourage reuse of existing galleries
    wood filler
  49. CARPENTER BEE FIELD GUIDE
    control = after treating an individual gallery, seal the
    entry holes with wood filler or 3/8 inch _ _ plugs to
    discourage reuse of existing galleries
    wood dowel
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    control = _ _ bees should contact a lethal dose before they can emerge
    newly matured bees
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    control = Newly matured bees should contact a lethal dose before they can _
    emerge
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    control = _ galleries may be adopted by the
    mason wasp, Monobia quadridens (Linnaeus), and by the giant resin bee,
    Megachile sculpturalis Smith, where these species occur
    abandoned
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    control = they rarely attack _ _
    painted wood
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    control = they rarely attack _ _
Author
ianquinto
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FIELD GUIDE CARPENTER BEE
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FIELD GUIDE CARPENTER BEE
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