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Wool Carder Bee

By DPW
I had not heard of theses bees until I took this photo and researched what was going on. The females use their mandibles to scrape fluff, or "wool", off plant stems to use in their nests. This particular bee is scraping the wool of a Rose Campion in our garden.
Thanks for the comments and votes for yesterdays Aster shot.

Tags: Bee Wildlife and nature Wool carder bee

Voters: Niknut, banehawi, chavender and 26 more


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Comments


chavender Plus
10 515 1 France
3 Mar 2021 1:24PM
Beautiful detail, colours and composition.
Bill
Ted447 Plus
8 216 1 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2021 2:09PM
Nice detailed image. Ted. GrinGrin
3 Mar 2021 2:21PM
Thats a superb macro image, very informative piece too.
Colin
Fefe Plus
9 57 36 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2021 3:47PM
How interesting....I love the long eye!
3 Mar 2021 4:05PM
Well captured. Great image.

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