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Tara Marie 4m
The Lone Ranger. Poor bumblebee was stalked by me bc he’s the only one around. Didn’t seem to mind though. 🐝 . .
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Eric LoPresti 35m
I'm getting better at this handheld, manual-focused macro video thing. Look at this Hemaris go!
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Tamsin Westhorpe 1h
Hello . Look at this for a working lunch!
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Pollinators 2h
For my River Tay reflections today I've focussed on a field near the river where swathes of phacelia and Italian clover are a stunning sight. A range of bumblebees are making the most of the phacelia which has a high nectar content and a long flowering period
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Dara Kilmartin 58m
Fuchsia provides an important nectar source for honey bees in Connemara
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liz horton 2h
Phacelia Tanacetifolia with a visiting ..🌿🐝💜 Also known as Fiddleneck or Blue/Purple Tansy, is a great attraction for and Honeybees love it. Soil structure is improved by its extensive root system too.
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Jon Harvey 1h
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Doug Oster Aug 1
Summer thunderstorms bring relief for gardeners who worry about their plants during hot dry spells. It’s a reason to celebrate with visitors like this one.
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Jon Harvey 1h
The Fuchsia survived Winter with a bit of leaf cover, and the fact that we didn't have a Winter 😊.
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Jon Harvey 2h
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Jannicke Leknes Jul 25
grows wild on the meadows around my . Have planted many in my borders. Loved by .
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Sue 6h
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★ Gaby O'Toole Ⓥ 54m
I’m probably gonna take back these words in the future, but I’m genuinely so excited to work on my dissertation - or at least collect the data... I know the write-up won’t be too fun...
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Kevin Shea 1h
Grasslike Barbara's Buttons, Marshallia tenuifolia, a Florida bog wildflower. Escambia County, July 2020
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Comics For Climate 4m
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HawkGrrl2525 1h
Cup plant hosts a lot of pollinators, like the bee (upper left), and the tiger swallowtail (note they are properly socially-distanced!) It's been fun to turn my front and back yards into rest stops for migrators, as well three-season restaurants.
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Jon Harvey 6h
Good Morning again, this mornings dew on the Courgette, the sun is shining and the birds singing. Have a great day 😉.
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Abis Snaps 📸 4h
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PhillippaEcBennett🌺💚🌼 2h
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Prof. Jeff Ollerton Aug 1
Look what flew in this morning! This queen red-tailed bumblebee must be exhausted carrying that male around. He looks happy though....
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