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Belas fotos, sugiro adicionar a missão abelhas brasileiras.http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1296...
Thanks, Juan DiTrani, I'll edit.
Thank you all. Sorry, I haven't seen the comments. I am very happy with so many compliments.
This is wonderful Sckel! Love it!
I agree with Juan. This spotting is all-around amazing.
love the last one.. cool series!
nice one sckel! this is truly amazing!
By the way, your last picture is just amazing, I think it deserves a SODT
Hi Sckel, congrats for this amazing picture. Unfortunatelly I recommend to you to let the identification to genus (Euglossa). There are several species in the genus and many of them are almost identical, so, until you identified the bee with a stereoscope, its better to say is just an Euglossa sp.
Thanks Chris Carille & dandoucette
Great series! The last pic is great, as well as the one in flight!
Great series Sckel, really like the last pic. Makes it look huge!
Thanks Tiz. The plant in which bees are feeding, is a medicinal shrub (Plectranthus barbatus). The juice of the leaves is very bitter. I never thought these flowers attract bees green . Bees yellow do not like these flowers. I took a week to make these photos, because bees get very hectic when you are approaching. They don't bite. They come very close to your face and look directly into his eyes. :)
This series could turn a bee-hater into a bee-lover! Outstanding!!
Thanks, Jared, drP and Cris.
Amazing honey-comb eyes!
Try looking at genus Euglossa.
Wow. Beautiful series!
Ai que lindo! Tanto a abelha quanto a flor.
I think it is a green bee. Solitary bee.
Cuckoo wasp, Chrysididae?
Spotted on Jun 2, 2013 Submitted on Jun 2, 2013
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