Halictus ligatus (insect)

Abundance: 0.06 to 6.36% (median 1.16%)

Latitudinal range: 8.8° to 45.3°

Habitats: boreal forest/taiga (1), desert/xeric shrubland (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (6), temperate coniferous forest (2), temperate savanna (1), temperate wetland (2), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (1)

Found in 14 samples

Canada: Oak Savannah 3, South Point, Burnt Lands Provincial Park (woodland site: sweep nets)

Costa Rica: San Vito

United States: Jefferson City, MacCready Reserve (year 1), MacCready Reserve (year 2), Bronx and East Harlem, Alice L. Kibbe Life Science Station (elevated pan traps), Dugway Proving Grounds, Blandy Experimental Farm (pan traps), Blandy Experimental Farm (netting/observations), Oconee National Forest (mature pine herbaceous), Oconee National Forest (cleared forest)

See also Halictus, Halictus confusus, Halictus hesperus, Halictus langobardicus, Halictus lutescens, Halictus maculatus, Halictus parallelus, Halictus rubicundus, Halictus seladonia, Halictus smaragdulus, Halictus tripartitus, Halictus tumulorum