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Valley Carpenter Bee (Xylocopa varipuncta) by Andri Priyadi on 500px

Photo Valley Carpenter Bee (Xylocopa varipuncta) by Andri Priyadi on

30 Beautiful Pictures of Animals Macro Photography

30 Beautiful Pictures of Animals Macro Photography

Bee! Love the bees...they are not born to try to sting you! They have but one stinger...they  do so much good..that outweighs any harm! My name means "Bee" Debbie or Debbra!

Brilliant shot of a solitary bee by Nigel Jones. A distinct advantage to attracting solitary bees is the greater likelihood that insect pollination of fruit and vegetables will take place in your orchard or garden

Carpenter Bee collecting pollen from a Bottle Brush bloom.

Carpenter Bee collecting pollen from a Bottle Brush bloom.

Sonoran carpenter bee, is a carpenter bee found in the eastern Pacific islands.[1] Males are golden brown and lack stingers; females are black and larger than the males and considered shy.

Sonoran carpenter bee, is a carpenter bee found in the eastern Pacific islands.[1] Males are golden brown and lack stingers; females are black and larger than the males and considered shy.

Bee On A Lily - A  carpenter bee collecting pollen from a daylily.

Bee On A Lily - A carpenter bee collecting pollen from a daylily.

Photo Valley Carpenter Bee (Xylocopa varipuncta) by Andri Priyadi on 500px

Photo Valley Carpenter Bee (Xylocopa varipuncta) by Andri Priyadi on

Carpenter bee

bughaze: “ starry-eyed-wolfchild: “ Bee Hotels for Solitary Bees “ You may be wondering what bees need a hotel for, when they make their own hives. The truth is that many species of bees are solitary.

Camponotus vagus (Scopoli, 1763) carpenter #ant. #insect--I think I have these bitches in my attic...

Camponotus vagus (Scopoli, carpenter think I have these bitches in my attic.

Carpenter Bee at 2.5x by dalantech

Carpenter Bee at by dalantech

Carpenter Bee.  They are already out and about in the South!

A dandelion-dotted lawn may be good for you. Dandelions are one of the first links in that magical chain of events bringing dinner to our tables. The flower is one of the first spring foods for bees, and if they survive the winter, they look to dandelions

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