Emergence relies heavily on a consistent period of warm weather. In an artificial environment, 21 days of constant 28℃ temperatures will have bees emerging. However, in the real world, constant 28℃ temperatures for 21 days is unlikely - therefore with this in mind, emergence will typically take a while longer and will vary heavily between regions and the local weather patterns.
Articles in this section
- When will my leafcutter bees emerge?
- What is leafcutter bee emergence?
- What triggers leafcutter bee emergence?
- When will I see leafcutter bee activity?
- What is leafcutter bee activity?
- I'm not seeing any leafcutter bee activity, is this normal?
- Not all my leafcutter cocoons emerged, why is this?
- Does weather effect leafcutter bee activity?
- Is the positioning of my leafcutter house important?
- Can I tell if my leafcutter bees have emerged?