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Deutschland.de/en May 19
Happy ! 🌻🐝 are an indispensable part of our biological and contribute significantly to the pollination of our cultivated and wild plants. But half of the 's population is endangered in .
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Francis Buner May 20
I hope on you didn't just see & , but also some of the much less common solitary . I found quite a few in this amazing extended overwintered stubble - enhanced with a catch crop. Make better, for the soil, birds & bees.
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Andreas Schabel May 20
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Living Limerick 9 Mar 15
Spring is nearly here too. "@danhieba: Gwynne's mining-bee bicolor is already here. "
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Sam Droege 22 Aug 18
CAMPAIGN TO KNOW YOUR WILD BEES - Bee Id Series...Agapostemon males - Go outside
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Andreas Schabel Jun 24
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Andreas Schabel Mar 22
Who is going to get this girl? πŸβ™€οΈ+β™‚οΈβ™‚οΈπŸ˜³
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Save the Bumblebee Apr 26
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Hives for Humanity 6 Apr 16
Ugly weed or beautiful bee food? Abandoned lot or much needed habitat? We choose to β™‘ !
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Andreas Schabel Apr 28
The cutest I´ve seen the last few days 🐝😍
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Johannes Steidle Jan 24
Actually, itβ€˜s not complicated. Literature says it’s likely that outcompete wildbees. This is bad, but even worse when ressources (flowers) are scarce, like in our landscapes. Beekeepers simply have to take care that their honeybees do not affect populations!
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Andreas Schabel 19 Oct 18
I wish all my followers a wonderful weekend πŸπŸ¦‹πŸžπŸŒžπŸŒ» on Aster spec.
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Andreas Schabel 4 Nov 18
Good morning and a beautiful Sunday to all my followers πŸŒžπŸ„πŸ
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Andreas Schabel 13 Nov 18
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Jo Robins King Aug 28
A happy Bombus terrestris on the wild peony Paeonia Mascula in the Troodos Mountains from back in June
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Morten DD 11 Jul 17
"Why you gotta be so rude?" Bumblebee queens are not polite at all. Tiny furrow bee has to evacuate a beach rose flower.
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Bumblebees etc. 1 Feb 15
Osmia leucomelana spends hours pressing masticated leaves with its body to create a thick nest plug.
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SaskOrganics May 23
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Save the Bumblebee 21 Jun 18
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MacroFairy 8 Feb 17
A nice paper about Osmia papaveris 😍 this wildbee uses Papaver for its cells 🐝
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