Bombus bimaculatus (bee)

Abundance: 0.10 to 2.58% (median 0.59%)

Latitudinal range: 34.8° to 45.3°

Habitats: boreal forest/taiga (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (4), temperate coniferous forest (2)

Found in 7 samples

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

United States: Bronx and East Harlem, Blandy Experimental Farm (netting/observations), Oconee National Forest (mature pine herbaceous), Oconee National Forest (cleared forest)

See also Bombus, Bombus auricomus, Bombus bohemicus, Bombus campestris, Bombus citrinus, Bombus fervidus, Bombus griseocollis, Bombus hortorum, Bombus hypnorum, Bombus impatiens, Bombus lapidarius, Bombus morio, Bombus morrisoni, Bombus pascuorum, Bombus pauloensis, Bombus pennsylvanicus, Bombus perplexus, Bombus pratorum, Bombus rupestris, Bombus soroeensis, Bombus spp., Bombus sylvarum, Bombus ternarius, Bombus terrestris/lucorum, Bombus terricola, Bombus vagans, Bombus vestalis