17 Dec 2011

Dwarf Honeybee - Dhahran Hills

The Dwarf Honeybee is a common bee found in gardens where it is one of the most important pollinators of small flowers. It is still around in good numbers as the flowering plants are all in full bloom as the winter temperatures are ore suitable than the extremely hot summer ones. These photographs were taken in our back garden in Dhahran Hills.

2 comments:

  1. Not quite the same as the African Zebrabee - but still quite cool

    http://www.snailcow.com/2011/06/08/zebrabee/

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