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orchard mason bee
Osmia lignaria, commonly known as the orchard mason bee or blue orchard bee, is a megachilid bee that makes nests in reeds and natural holes, creating individual cells for its brood that are separated by mud dividers. Unlike carpenter bees, it cannot drill holes in wood. O. lignaria is a common species used for early spring fruit bloom in Canada and the United States, though a number of other Osmia species are cultured for use in pollination.
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By Sam Droege- Osmia lignaria, M, Face, VA, Virginia Beach City_2014-04-13-15.42.51 ZS PMax, Public Domain, Link
|Osmia lignaria genome assembly USDA_OLig_1.0 (GCF_012274295.1)||SMRT Link||Apr 13th, 2020|
|NCBI Osmia lignaria Annotation Release 100||NCBI Eukaryotic Genome Annotation Pipeline||May 13th, 2020|
|Functional annotation of NCBI Osmia lignaria Annotation Release 100||AgBase functional annotation pipeline||May 2nd, 2022|
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|Community Contact|| |
Julia Bowsher, North Dakota State University