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    I'm simply amazed by the variety of bees in this book. Sam and Laurence wouldn't accept anything for writing it. They just want to bring attention to the remarkable diversity of the world's bees. Very cool.
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    Seven Asymmetrics have been described, but only a few specimens are known, and no nests have been discovered. This one, Tarsalia persica, the Persian Asymmetric, is from Iran. These bees are "asymmetric" because the male genitalia are more strongly developed on one side than the other.
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    This is a bee that Sam and Laurence just call the "Unknown Cute Bee." From Argentina, it's been assigned to the genus Mourecotelles. These guys have a sense of humor and they've used some pretty entertaining common names for obscure bees, such as the "Cylindrical Perplexing Baldy" and the...
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    This is Centris fasciata, the Banded Digger, from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
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    Another one of Sam Droege's macrophotographs, an Orchid Bee from Guyana, Euglossa sp.
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    This is Diphaglossa gayi, the Valdivian Forest Forked-Tongue bee.
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