The largest species of bee is the Megachile pluto. It was identified by Alfred Wallace in 1859. It is located on the 13000 islands that Malaysia and Indonesia consist of. These bees are about 39 millimeters long, and are about 22 times bigger than the smallest bees in the world.
The largest species of bee is Chalicodoma pluto, the females of which have been measured at 39 mm long. They are found in Indonesia, and are on the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources’ Red List of threatened species, meaning they are critically endangered.
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