Do bees pollinate differently if they are different species?



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    Yes. Leaf-cutter bees, caden bees, mason bees, blue orchard bees, and horn-faced bees have a body part called the scopa (latin for twig) which is used as a pollen brush. Honeybees, bumblebees, orange belted bees, and cavity nesters lack a scopa but have a part called the corbicula (latin for little basket) in which they gather pollen.

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