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Kit Prendergast Jul 12
would you be interested in a Tshirt promoting and and the they need? Would love to see you promoting our Aussie bees and the flowers they prefer x Please email me your size and colour at kit.prendergast@postgrad.curtin.edu.au
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AlannaGB Jul 6
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Pat Mosley Jul 11
Based on her size, shiny blk abdomen, all blk face, + blk spot, we know that she is a female Eastern Carpenter bee (Xylocopa virginica), seen here on the flowers of Gayfeather (Liatris spicata) 🐝🌹
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Marilyn Jeffery Jul 10
It’s all about Welsh black bees. South Clwyd Beekeeping Association features on Henno on S4C tonight.
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Dr. Lynne De Weaver💧 Jul 13
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Eliette Reboud Jul 8
Want to see plenty of amazing flower visitors on a psychedelic anemone-like flower? 😊 Well, just let an artichoke bloom in your garden! 1/2
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Carol Probets Mar 28
Another native bee from last weekend, this big iridescent beauty is (I think) a Peacock Carpenter Bee - Xylocopa bombylans. Carpenter bees nest in tunnels in soft wood.
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Debbie Courson Smith Jul 7
Leaf cutter bees chose my clematis for their nesting material. Welcome, bees.
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Cariveau Native Bee Lab Jan 24
provide important food & nesting resources for our . In 2018, we planted over 450 million seeds statewide 😳 This year, we’ll be sharing our as we highlight these vital players in .
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Kit Prendergast Jul 10
New by Gonzalez, Gustafson & Engel has and they propose the I a paper on (Megachile ignita using fuzz in its nests) should now be in a : Rozenapis!
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FancyFieldBiologist, PhD Apr 22
Solitary native bee nests are awesome additions to gardens, however they must be cleaned/replaced annually. Pollen mites, parasites & fungus will build up. Here is a slide from my last presentation illustrating some issues.
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Zach Portman Mar 28
I put up a gallery of Bumble bee genitalia on my website! Here is the genitalia of Bombus borealis. I got tired of searching for them every time I needed them and maybe others will find them useful.
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Feed The Bees Jul 14
Gardening for pollinators the new buzz, for good reason. "We actually have quite a few of our own that need our attention though — about 4,000 different species in North America to be exact." Learn more here:
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Feed The Bees 22h
How can you help the 20,000+ species of , 7 species of and all other worldwide? FEED THEM !! "We need you to plant more and we need more of you to plant so there's and from March to October.
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K. Bickerman-Martens May 18
These photos were posted in one of the Facebook groups I'm in. Such a cool find!
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Karla Thompson Apr 24
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Julia Schmack Jun 23
Loving the summer sun, European in their
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Skylark Feb 4
Foreshore Flower with Blue Banded Bee... 🌼🐝
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Hella Bee Nerd Jun 18
I watched a group of Xylocopa tabaniformis orpifex male carpenter bees make new nectar robbing holes in Mexican sage flowers and the jackhammer motion they made with their heads was fascinating. [Berkeley, CA, USA 5-23-2019]
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Mere Johnson Mar 7
Usually, I plan out what I’m going to draw with pencil and then erase it 45 times. This time, I went with my gut and ONLY USED INK! That was my walk on the wild side for the week.
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