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Black bee

Description:

Black bee at the passion flower...

2 Species ID Suggestions

AnaTatoni
AnaTatoni 10 years ago
Amarílis
Hippeastrum hybridum
Isabela
Isabela 10 years ago
Passion flower
Passiflora phoenicia or alata Cambridge, England: Botanic Garden: Passion flower


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11 Comments

ClairePelletier
ClairePelletier 10 years ago

Absolutly fabulous, colors, geometric, spot !

AislinnSemethy
AislinnSemethy 10 years ago

beautiful!!!!!!!

Marianne Wells
Marianne Wells 10 years ago

Beautiful flower!! Great picture.

dandoucette
dandoucette 10 years ago

sure, glad to help

AnaTatoni
AnaTatoni 10 years ago

Tks for the tips dandoucette!
Still learning how to create a spott...

dandoucette
dandoucette 10 years ago

I'd like to help you out. you should create a new 'spotting' for the amarilis, to keep it separate from your passionflower spotting. go to 'edit this spotting', delete your amarilis photo from your passion flower spotting and create a brand new spotting for your amarilis. nice pic by the way.

RosiGuastella
RosiGuastella 10 years ago

Beautiful!

dandoucette
dandoucette 10 years ago

nice, great flowers and tasty fruit. you're lucky to live in Bonito. I just spent 2 months traveling in Brazil from dec. 2010 to feb 2011. Unfortunately I never made it to Bonito.....next time!

AnaTatoni
AnaTatoni 10 years ago

Hi dandoucette!
We have a passion fruit tree in our garden, so every year we have this great flower to look at. We live in Bonito, Brazil.

elapj
elapj 10 years ago

looks like a fractal art.. great colors!

dandoucette
dandoucette 10 years ago

nice close up. the common name is just passionflower. I like how the insect is in the pic too. where did you see this?

AnaTatoni
Spotted by
AnaTatoni

Bonito, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil

Spotted on Apr 22, 2011
Submitted on Apr 22, 2011

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