Marking of an Osmia cornuta female (photos: J. Kirndorfer). a, b A female caught with an insect net is transferred to the queen-marking tube and c, d pushed with the plunger to immobilize it (e, f a stylus is used to put glue on the mesonotum g, h the numbered colour plate is attached and i the bee released.

  Part of: Hofmann MM, Fleischmann A, Renner SS (2020) Foraging distances in six species of solitary bees with body lengths of 6 to 15 mm, inferred from individual tagging, suggest 150 m-rule-of-thumb for flower strip distances. Journal of Hymenoptera Research 77: 105-117.