Locations of nest cell aggregations of Eufriesea surinamensis within the Cathedral in Casco Viejo, Panamá A restored reredos showing the capitals above the columns where the historical bee cells were found (black arrows) B a scroll removed during the contemporary restoration, showing bee cells within its crevices and golden material applied during the nineteenth-century restoration C close-up of scrolls on a capital showing painted bee cells from the prior restoration.

  Part of: Galgani-Barraza P, Moreno JE, Lobo S, Tribaldos W, Roubik DW, Wcislo WT (2019) Flower use by late nineteenth-century orchid bees (Eufriesea surinamensis, Hymenoptera, Apidae) nesting in the Catedral Basílica Santa María la Antigua de Panamá. Journal of Hymenoptera Research 74: 65-81. https://doi.org/10.3897/jhr.74.39191