Which wild bee with green eyes (Germany)?

Which wild bee with green eyes (Germany)?

Postby Sabine Flechtmann on 22 Mar 2017, 20:12

Liebe Forumsleser,
Funddaten: Deutschland, Schleswig-Holstein, nördliches Hamburger Umland, Tagfund, 16. März 2017 (Freilandfoto: Sabine Flechtmann)
Größe: ca. 8 - 10 mm

2017-03-16 #37962-w Osmia spec.jpg


Meine Vermutung war Osmia caerulescens, aber da passt die Flugzeit nicht, die mit Mai bis Mitte Juli angegeben wird. Außerdem soll die Art am Foto nicht von folgenden Arten unterscheidbar sein:
0smia labialis: Flugzeit Mai - Juni
0smia leaiana: ungefährdet in SH
0smia melanogaster: kein Vorkommen in Schleswig-Holstein
Osmia gallarum: keine Infos gefunden

Die Rote Liste für Schleswig-Holstein nennt folgende Arten:
Die Rote Liste nennt folgende Arten für Schleswig-Holstein:
Osmia adunca RL1, letzter Fund 1940
Osmia anthocopoides RL0, letzter Fund 1972
Osmia aurulenta RL2, Entwicklung in Schneckenhäusern, Flugzeit Anfang Mai - Mitte Juli
Osmia bicolor RL0, letzter Fund 1952
Osmia caerulescens, ungefährdet
Osmia claviventris, ungefährdet
Osmia leaina, ungefährdet, nistet in Käferfraßgängen in Totholz
Osmia leucomelana, Vorwarnstufe
Osmia maritima, RL1
Osmia niveata, RL0, letzter Fund 1971
Osmia parietina, ungefährdet
Osmia rufa (Synonym: Osmia bicornis), ungefährdet
Osmia uncinata RL2

Wie ich es auch drehe und wende: Entweder finde ich keine Informationen, oder etwas passt nicht. Vielleicht bin ich ja in der falschen Gattung auf Suche?

Ich bin mir unsicher, ob die Flügeladerung relevant ist:
2017-03-16 #37962-w2 Osmia spec.jpg


2017-03-16 #37962-w3 Osmia spec.jpg


Ich würde mich freuen, wenn jemand eine Eingrenzung oder Bestimmung hinbekäme.

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Observation data: Deutschland, Schleswig-Holstein, northern suburbs of Hamburg, March 16, 2017 (Foto: Sabine Flechtmann)
Size: ca. 8 - 10 mm

I thought about Osmia caerulescens, but on one hand the flight period (May to mid of July) does'nt fit, and on the other hand O. caerulescens cannot be identified by photos because there are similar species. These are:
0smia labialis: Flight period may to june
0smia leaiana: not threatened in Schleswig-Holstein
0smia melanogaster: not present in Schleswig-Holstein
Osmia gallarum: couldn't find infos on the species.

The Red List for Schleswig-Holstein lists the following species:
Die Rote Liste nennt folgende Arten für Schleswig-Holstein:
Osmia adunca RL1, last observation 1940
Osmia anthocopoides RL0, last observation 1972
Osmia aurulenta RL2, develops in snail houses, flight period beginning of May until mid of July
Osmia bicolor RL0, last observation 1952
Osmia caerulescens, not threatened
Osmia claviventris, not threatened
Osmia leaina, not threatened, nesting in beetle galleries of dead wood
Osmia leucomelana, potentially threatened
Osmia maritima, RL1
Osmia niveata, RL0,last observation 1971
Osmia parietina, not threatened
Osmia rufa (Synonym: Osmia bicornis), not threatened
Osmia uncinata RL2

I'm not sure whether the wing venation is relevant for ID, if yes, see pics above.
Am I searching in the wrong genus? I would be glad if anyone could identify or narrow this bee.

Thank you very much in advance, and
Best whishes
Sabine
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Re: Which wild bee with green eyes (Germany)?

Postby Bjoern on 22 Mar 2017, 23:33

Hi Sabine,

Suggest this is an Anthophora species. A male of A. plumipes a very early species in the spring. You might want waiting for a specialist to confirm the identification.

Bgrds Bjoern
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Re: Which wild bee with green eyes (Germany)?

Postby Sabine Flechtmann on 23 Mar 2017, 17:03

Dear Bjoern,
thank you so much for your answer and your suggestion. I think it may be true: The long hair on the mid tibia that Anthophora plumipes has, can be seen on the picture - with a little bit of imagination.

2017-03-16 #37962-w3 Anthophora cf plumipes.jpg


If anybody would like to confirm, as you suggested, this would be great.

Best regards and thx again
Sabine
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