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Honey Bee On Cranesbill Flower

By photowanderer
Unlike bumblebees which land rather heavily,take a quick stab at the nearest nectary and promptly fly off to another flower,the honey bees work their way round the flower,normally in a clockwise direction. Occasionally a bee will tackle the job anti-clockwise like this one. I think this is a recently introduced new variety of cranesbill, as it flowers all through the summer, non stop.

Tags: Bee Wildlife and nature

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Niknut Plus
9 2.4k 80 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2013 5:41PM
Fine shot !!.....beautiful clarity & colours !

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Sno 10 2 Scotland
25 Jul 2013 6:01PM
A very beautiful shot well done.
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