Striped yellow and dark brown body, pattern extends to the bottom and end of the abdomen. Golden storage pouches can be seen on both hind legs (see picture), both are large in size. Hair appears to thinly cover its body, with the thickest area being by and on the head.
Definitely a pedestrian hazard near the sidewalk.
Grooming itself in the sun.
Approximately 20 mm in length with three distinct regions of the body. Coloration is yellow and black in an alternating pattern with a large black spot just between the wings and a black abdomen. Hairs cover most of the body.
Relatively small in length (~2-3mm in length) Bright orange eyes and iridescence thorax.
Abdomen is yellow with five black stripes. Long, pointed stinger.
Black marking directly behind wing, with a yellow fury thorax. underside of the abdomen is black with a single yellow stripe on top.
Reddish brown in color with black and yellow bands on the abdomen. On the final set of legs there are prominent pollen baskets. Hair with split ends, as characteristics of Apidae. (From http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/Apis_mellifera)
Two individuals of similar size walking down the alley.
Small fly with large, colorful (primarily orange with spots of green and blue) eyes and sparse hairs covering the body. Body has a reflective quality with an orange tint.
Rounded, lobed leaves. The particular lead was taken off of a very young tree, it also shows several signs of top mines.
Found on the George Washington University campus using a yellow pan trap.
test added on gnp
Sapling white oak roughly 1 meter in height. Lobed leaves with no teeth or extended center vein.
Not great photos, but I think the best fit is a black-throated green. Pine warbler also possible (?), but not consistent with what others reported that day.
Terrible photos, but b-t green is consistent with the few details that are visible and reports of others that day.