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Bumble Bee?

Posted by pine_acres 4 WI (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 24, 05 at 18:33

Could you tell me if this is a Bumble bee? I have dozens of them everywhere and are wondering where they are coming from. Thank You!

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RE: Bumble Bee?

Yep, those are bumbles. Bumble bee species are plentiful, they all have different markings.


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RE: Bumble Bee?

Yes it's a bumble bee. The thorax is generally very hairy, abdomen may be slightly hairy or almost no hair.


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You obviously konw thats a bumble bee from the previous post(s)...but I want to comment on those flowers...very beautiful!


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I have hundreds of these bees on my caryopteris and other flowers. Where do they live? In a hive, in my house, in the ground? I see them sleeping at night right on the flowers.


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RE: Bumble Bee?

To any of you interested in bumbles,... here is a nice educational video....

Konrad

Here is a link that might be useful: Bumble bee video


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