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Phil Pettitt 3 Apr 18
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Miyauna Incarnato Jun 5
Very beautiful Bombus griseocollis stopped long enough to let me get such a close up picture. Saw her while looking for places to set pan traps ! Very good day doing 🌺🐝
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Hella Bee Nerd Sep 29
California's very own official Cuckoo Bee, Xeromelecta Californica, is supposed to be common. This is a dirty lie, at least around here, so I was excited to finally get some decent photos of one. [Alameda, CA, 7-25-2020]
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Valerie Levesque-Beaudin Aug 12
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Raine Lab 11 Jun 19
Did you know that the lab runs a project to assess the status, distribution, and future trends for wild across Ontario?
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Nate Anderson 31 Dec 18
Some more blue banded bee (A. cingulata) videos from the back (first two from my better half, last from me). This one seems convinced our patio bricks are the perfect spot for a burrow.
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MacroFairy 25 May 18
Yeeeees, I made it :D Today I could photograph a Wool carder bee for the first time in my life! I'm so fascinated by its beautiful eyes ... *-* @
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Holly Parsons Mar 16
Whilst I admittedly planted the Grevillea sericea for the birds, can’t say I’m not enjoying the other visitors they attract. Anyone ID? Blue enough for a blue-banded 🐝 ?
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YUIKITA Dec 20
I saw a hash tag called so why not to take the subject? However I wanted to take the opportunity to show up native bees. Which has different colors and has a lot of design potential for ocs and adoptables
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Thomas D.J. Sayers Feb 26
Not entirely sure about this beehaviour, but I’ve read that bees blow bubbles to concentrate the nectar & pollen they’ve collected through water evaporation. This is a tiny Australia native, its head no more than 1.5 mm across. 3 frame focus stack.
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Grace Savoy-Burke 26 Apr 19
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Kiley Friedrich 1 Nov 17
Great visit from Jason Gibbs, & expert Takeaway - requires pros to ID, but need more pros
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MacroFairy 26 May 18
Mating wool carder bees on Salvia pratensis 😍 it happens in the flower the males defend, but the flirt looks like an attack πŸ˜‚πŸ
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Vanessa Brown 6 Jun 18
That’s a wrap! The workshop was a success - everyone went home to hang their native bee hotels up, keen to attract some bees 🐝
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Andreas Schabel 27 Jul 19
An unpublished picture of my favourite bee … Epeoloides coecutiens 😍🐝
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Vanessa Brown 6 Jun 18
Getting crafty and making our hotels with parents and kids from Kalannie
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Ashley St. Clair, PhD 28 May 19
Pinning specimens to add to our collection . These are all . Many of these boxes travel for and events.
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Andreas Schabel 28 Jul 18
Today I found a crazy looking . Anyone an idea what bee it could be? (IΒ΄m really bad in ID )
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Andreas Schabel 3 Aug 18
Here are a few I found today. Does anybody know what the bee on the last pic was doing?
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Janean Sharkey Apr 8
So, I just saw my first of the year!!! A two-spotted (Bombus bimaculatus) queen warming up in the sun.
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