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Early nesting bumblebee

by DoryreedEngland, United Kingdom

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Early Bumblebee

by pedrolocoSefton, England, United Kingdom

Garden

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Early bumblebee

by DevonmaidBoston, England, United Kingdom

0 0 Early bumble bee

Early bumble bee

by DevonmaidEngland, United Kingdom

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Early Bumblebee

by MatthewFullerReigate and Banstead, England, United Kingdom

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Early-nesting bumblebee

by KarenLSwale, England, United Kingdom

12 mm long bumble bee

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Bumblebee

by Debbie StewartSheffield, England, United Kingdom

The first Bumblebee I have seen this year! It flew right past me, landed at my ...

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Buff-Tailed Bumblebee

by Ryan21Malta, Malta

It is also known by the name Large Earth Bumblebee is one of the most numerous ...

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Early Bumblebee (worker)

by doreen.chambers.14Vermont, USA

Worker bees have one yellow band. The tail is dark orange-red, but fades over ...

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Small Heath Bumblebee

by injicaCroatia

A fairly small bumblebee, with body lengths around 16 mm (queen), 12 mm ...

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Early bumblebee

by Victor MallorquinWealden, England, United Kingdom

Queens, workers and males have a yellow band on the thorax and abdomen. The ...