In Central Australia
Palaeorhiza (Cnemidorhiza) parallela F
Nomia (Hoplonomia) rubroviridis M
Megachile apicata male
This male took a bit to get a good ID on, because he has unusual lobed antennae, which are not present in most other specimens! It required a closer look and a particular camera angle to be sure of an ID.
Tetragonula carbonaria worker
Tetragonula carbonaria queen
Amphylaeus morosus Female
A. morosus ranges from Victoria all the way up to QLD, not occuring far beyond the great sandy national park.
Amphylaeus morosus F in nest
These bees will nest in some species of grass tree and one species of tree fern (cyathea australis), in the old and discarded fronds
James Dorey Photography
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14221220158mmNOTES Single tree with yellow flowers in empty house block of the very small town of Rollingstone. Were many female carpenter bees and a few other species. Down the road there were more of the same tree clumped together and with other tree species but still next to the road. I did not immediately see any bees on these trees.Palaeorhiza Cnemidorhiza parallelaPaleaorhizaQLDRollingstoneS1902'37.3 E14623'25.6female