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Bumblebee

Bombus

Habitat:

Bumblebees generally visit flowers that exhibit the bee pollination syndrome and these patches of flowers may be up to 1–2 km from their colony. They tend to visit the same patches of flowers every day, as long as they continue to find nectar and pollen there,[47] a habit known as pollinator or flower constancy.

Notes:

Bumblebee species are not normally aggressive, but may sting in defense of their nest, or if harmed.

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LilianaCampozano

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Spotted on Aug 21, 2014
Submitted on Mar 21, 2015

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