The Eastern Carpenter Bee: Beneficial Pollinator or Unwelcome Houseguest?

While there are numerous species of large and small carpenter bees native to North America, Xylocopa virginica is the only large carpenter bee found in Pennsylvania. Carpenter bees are important pollinators of many flowering plants found in our gardens, natural areas, and on farms.

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Work Title The Eastern Carpenter Bee: Beneficial Pollinator or Unwelcome Houseguest?
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  1. Kate Anton
  2. Christina Grozinger
  3. Natalie Boyle
License CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives)
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Publication Date 2021
DOI doi:10.26207/ztxr-ra10
Deposited February 17, 2024

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    • While there are numerous species of large and small carpenter bees native to North America, Xylocopa virginica is the only large carpenter bee found in Pennsylvania. Carpenter bees are important pollinators of many flowering plants found in our gardens, natural areas, and on farms.
    • While there are numerous species of large and small carpenter bees native to North America, _Xylocopa virginica_ is the only large carpenter bee found in Pennsylvania. Carpenter bees are important pollinators of many flowering plants found in our gardens, natural areas, and on farms.
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