How many generations per year does a leafcutter bee produce? - answer

How many generations per year does a leafcutter bee produce? - answer

How many generations per year does a leafcutter bee produce?

 

Leafcutter bees can produce two or more generations per year.

 

The summer warmth causes leafcutter bee larvae to develop into adults and they emerge from their leafy cocoons. Eggs that hatch early in the summer develop into new adults that emerge and start nesting again.

Multiple generations of leafcutter bees means a longer season of pollination.