The easier a bee can barf, the better.
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Tagged agriculture, animal, bee, bumblebee, dynamics, insect, nature, nector, polination, regurgitation, science, vomit |
Scientists captured photos of the honey bee-dwarfing Wallace’s giant bee (Megachile pluto) in Indonesia for the first time in nearly 40 years.
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Yes, that mantis is wearing 3D glasses.
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Episyrphus balteatus, also known as the marmalade hoverfly.
At the rose garden in Elizabeth Park in Hartford, CT.
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Tagged animal, bokeh, city park, colors, Connecticut, Elizabeth Park, flowers, garden, green, Hartford, hoverflies, insect, magenta, municipal park, nature, park, photography, rose garden, roses |
This shy bumblebee was happily buzzing around the azaleas until I tried to take its picture, then it picked one flower and hid in the corner until I went away. It clearly knew I was there and didn’t move, which gave me the opportunity to get a good shot of it.
In the courtyard of Tunxis Community College in Farmington, CT.
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