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Biene (Megachile lanata), Kuba, photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

Biene (Megachile lanata), Kuba, photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

Bee by Ondrej Pakan, via 500px

Bee by Ondrej Pakan, via 500px

Biene (Osmia distincta), photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

Biene (Osmia distincta), photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

Bienenporträt - Facettenauge - Flügel

Bienenporträt - Facettenauge - Flügel

Biene (Centris), photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

Biene (Centris), photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

This is an amazing photo.

This is an amazing photo.

Biene (Ceratina smaragdula), photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

Biene (Ceratina smaragdula), photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

A bee shrouded in pollen as it harvests the nectar from a sunflower, thus involuntarily taking care of pollinating the plant. One could believe that the foraging of pollen would be the main cause of pollination, but it is, in fact, the collection of nectar which proves most effective for pollination.  Bees.

A bee shrouded in pollen as it harvests the nectar from a sunflower, thus involuntarily taking care of pollinating the plant. One could believe that the foraging of pollen would be the main cause of pollination, but it is, in fact, the collection of nectar which proves most effective for pollination. Bees.

Chrysidid-Wespe, photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

Chrysidid-Wespe, photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

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