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V. bombylans var. haemorrhoidalis?

 
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 11:52 am    Post subject: V. bombylans var. haemorrhoidalis? Reply with quote



I came across this very attractive looking beastie on my local 'patch' yesterday. I am familiar with the plumata and bombylans forms of the species; this one appears to show characteristics of both of these 'usual' forms and bears a superficial resemblance to Bombus pratorum. I understand that it is referred to as V.b. haemorrhoidalis?

Having trawled the internet for information on this form with little success, I wondered if anyone else could shed any light on its incidence/distribution etc.

Many thanks,

Paul
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