Identifying Egg Casings or Cocoons

I submitted a segmented egg casing or cocoon for identification a few weeks ago. The general consensus was that it is a moth. Thanks to everyone who responded.
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Now I have a couple of others -- not segmented this time. They almost look like a leaf was used to form the cocoon. The size is about 2 inches long and 1 inch wide. They were found on the ground in south central PA. Any thoughts?

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March 25, 20200 found this helpful

This really looks like the nest of a bee. Here is an image of a nest a Mason bee made and if you look at this one it looks a lot like your nest.

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