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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Bees in West Sussex today: Common Carder bee, Early Bumblebee, Hairy-footed flower bees and Honey bees.

 Spring is here and how joyous to see more bumblebees.  Above looks like a Common Carder bee.

 

This bee looks like an Early Bumblebee. 

And below a much smaller female Hairy-footed flower bee.


Then below honey bees loaded with pollen from Amelanchia canadensis...

and enjoying nectar from rosemary flowers.

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