Eufriesea surinamensis cells painted during the nineteenth-century restoration A close-up of a cell cluster recovered from a capital B isolated cell entrance that was painted over C isolated cell entrance showing the abundance of bark fragments as a main resource for nest construction D cell cluster covered in golden paint E exterior view of an isolated cell, covered with golden leaf; the cell entrance faces right.

  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.