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Different Brown Hair Shades
- Brown hair is the second most common human hair color.
- Screen from direct light
- Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color
- (shade) shadow: cast a shadow over
- sunglasses: spectacles that are darkened or polarized to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun; "he was wearing a pair of mirrored shades"
- Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of
- (shade) relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"
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Mining Bee Andrena dunningi
Smaller than the other hairy, robust Andrena. Female hair color is bright reddish-orange on face, thorax and pollen basket. Fringe on thighs (femora) reddish-yellow. Male hair color is also bright reddish-orange.
Size: Female 10 to 13 mm
Male 8 to 12 mm
Head: Hair reddish-orange. Top of head has some brown mixed in. Area between antenna and eyes (facial foveae) wide at top, brown fuzz at top and reddish-orange fuzz nearer bottom. Area behind the eyes (cheeks) slightly wider than eye width, margin rounded. Lower face (clypeus) shiny with brown hairs, has a mid longitudinal line, without punctures. Space between lower eye margin and mandibles (malar) short. Mandibles lower 1/3 reddish-brown.
Antenna: Black. Segment 1 shorter than segments 2 and 3 combined. Segment 2 as long as 3, square. Segments 4 to 10 longer than wide. Segments 2 to 10 dark brown to reddish-brown on underside.
Thorax: Dull with net-like lines (tessellate); no visible punctures. Long, reddish-orange hair, dense on thorax sides and at lower end (propodeum). Thorax top center darker, sometimes sparser.
Wings: Wing knobs (tegulae) black. Wings slightly tinted reddish-yellow. Veins dark reddish-brown. 2nd sub-marginal cell much narrower at top than at the bottom, but almost as large as 3rd on bottom. Receiving vein just beyond middle.
Legs: Legs dark chocolate brown, all hairs including pollen basket appear paler or shaded in certain lights. Joints to body (trochanters) have long, pale hair tufts. Underside of thighs (femora) reddish-yellow, long. Front and mid shin (tibiae) dark reddish-brown, brown on underside. Pollen basket orange to reddish-yellow; long, simple hairs. Feet dark brown.
Abdomen: Smooth and shiny, no visible punctures. Hair on base only of segments 2 or 3 to 6 is brown, turning golden on 5 and 6. Lower segment edges are narrow, reddish lines. Tip has dense circle of orange-yellowish hairs. Underside hairs long, reddish-orange to yellowish-orange, or lighter.
Habitat: Forest edges and meadows
Food: Prefers shrubs and trees: Hawthorn, Willow, Apple, Viburnum and Dogwood. Also on Dewberry (Rubus).
Flight Time: Mid May to June. (Males appear about 5 days before females). One male found in mid April.
Life Cycle: A ground-nesting non-parasitic bee.
Comments: In Ontario per Natural Heritage Info Centre, Fletcher Wildlife Gardens in Ottawa and Wellington County (Guelph). Not listed for Essex or Kent County. Not listed in Michigan.
Bouseman, J. K., LaBerge, W. E. 1978. A revision of the bees of the genus Andrena of the Western Hemisphere. Part IX. Subgenus Melandrena. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 104: 275-390.
Mitchell, T.B. 1960. Bees of the Eastern United States. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin No. 141.
Andrena dunningi Cockerell, 1898. Canad. Ent. 30: 103. female. Photo female Smithsonian from Connecticut May 26, 1895.
Andrena viciniformis Robertson, 1900. Acad. Sci. St. Louis, Trans. 10: 47. Male & female Illinois
Andrena annae Cockerell, 1931. Canad. Ent. 63: 200. Female
Note: The original descriptions by Robertson (viciniformis) and Cockerell state hair color as reddish-orange (fulvous). Later, Mitchell and Bouseman & LaBerge describe hair color as dark to pale yellowish-tan. Bouseman mentions different leg colors between eastern and western species, but does not mention over-all hair color differences. It is assumed that eastern species have reddish-orange hair on head, thorax and pollen basket.
Female on Dewberry (Rubus) Jun 06, 2007 in S. W. Ontario, Canada.
I had my hair recolored today. Since it's been so long since I've had it done, we couldn't quite remember which shades of red we used. So I chose one and that's what she used. And naturally I think it looks darker than it ever has. And it looks different in all light. And when I look at the photos I think "well I really like it" but when I look in the mirror I think "wow, that's dark!" so who really knows at this point. But hey, at least the roots are now the same shade as the rest.
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