Sharon Philipsen

Sharon Philipsen

Sharon Philipsen
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collecting pollen

collecting pollen

Rear leg of a honey bee. It is in this joint where pollen will be crushed and then collected against the leg. Here you can see the rake and auricle of the "pollen packer" (at lower side of joint), and the pollen brush on the first tarsal segment (right side of picture)

Rear leg of a honey bee. It is in this joint where pollen will be crushed and then collected against the leg. Here you can see the rake and auricle of the "pollen packer" (at lower side of joint), and the pollen brush on the first tarsal segment (right side of picture)

Honey bee Rake - The honey bee uses this "rake" to scrape together the pollen that is collected on the pollen brush of the opposite rear leg

Honey bee Rake - The honey bee uses this "rake" to scrape together the pollen that is collected on the pollen brush of the opposite rear leg

I love how fuzzy they are. They use their fuzz to navigate, collect pollen, and negotiate their world

I love how fuzzy they are. They use their fuzz to navigate, collect pollen, and negotiate their world

Nature Stuff:  Eye of a honeybee (Apis mellifera) 40X.  Ralph Grimm, Jimboomba, Queensland, Australia

Nature Stuff: Eye of a honeybee (Apis mellifera) 40X. Ralph Grimm, Jimboomba, Queensland, Australia

B0007636 Honey bee wing Credit: Spike Walker. Wellcome Images images@wellcome.ac.uk images.wellcome.ac.uk Photomicrograph of a pair of honeybee wings. The honeybee has two sets of thin, membranous wings that are strengthened by a network of veins. Both sets of wings flap and twist to propel the bee during flight. Light microscopy 04 2010 Published:  -   Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons by-nc-nd 2.0 UK, see images.wellcome.ac.uk/indexplus/page/Prices.html

B0007636 Honey bee wing Credit: Spike Walker. Wellcome Images images@wellcome.ac.uk images.wellcome.ac.uk Photomicrograph of a pair of honeybee wings. The honeybee has two sets of thin, membranous wings that are strengthened by a network of veins. Both sets of wings flap and twist to propel the bee during flight. Light microscopy 04 2010 Published: - Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons by-nc-nd 2.0 UK, see images.wellcome.ac.uk/indexplus/page/Prices.html

design seeds zebra - Google Search

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Jon Day Photography - Honeycomb

Jon Day Photography - Honeycomb

design seeds zebra - Google Search

design seeds zebra - Google Search

'The Monk Lamp' has a cool backstory, look at it carefully and try and think of an organization/faith from a cult movie series, the lamp honestly has a Jedi vibe to it, for copyright reasons, the name was changed to Monk, but its Jedi spirit remains... READ MORE at Yanko Design !

'The Monk Lamp' has a cool backstory, look at it carefully and try and think of an organization/faith from a cult movie series, the lamp honestly has a Jedi vibe to it, for copyright reasons, the name was changed to Monk, but its Jedi spirit remains... READ MORE at Yanko Design !