Halictidae

The Halictidae are a very large and nearly cosmopolitan family of the order Hymenoptera consisting of small (> 4 mm) to midsize (> 8 mm) bees which are usually dark-colored and often metallic in appearance. Several species are all or partly green and a few are red; a number of them have yellow markings, especially the males, which commonly possess...
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Halictidae

(from the article `bee`) ...are primitive wasplike bees consisting of five or six subfamilies, about 45 genera, and some 3,000 species; Andrenidae, which are medium-sized ...
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Halictidae

family Halictidae noun a family of small solitary bees; many are valuable pollinators for agriculture
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Halictidae

[n] - a family of small solitary bees
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