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Free Member, Rhens (bei Koblenz)

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  • wovo 15/02/2007 23:22

    Oh ja, Du hast recht !!!
    Ich war wohl zu irritiert - ich hatte eine andere , schmalere Art heute auch aufgenommen - und hatte mich gewundert, dass die bei mir schon fliegen.

    Bienen gab's aber auch:

  • Claudia Hummel 15/02/2007 21:45

    Great macro but that's not a bee, that's a hoverfly that only looks like a bee :-)
    best wishes from Claudia
    Spring colours
    Spring colours
    Vaclav Pizl
  • wovo 15/02/2007 18:00

    Thank you

    Cees - bees and snowbells need eachother.

    The early bees need the food the snowbells spend - and the snowbells need the bees to transfer the pollen to other flowers to be able to produce seed.

    And - if the bees used the pollen of the snowbirds - the blooming of the snowbird end shortly after - tha later the bees come - the longer the snowbirds bloom ;)
  • Cees Kuijs 15/02/2007 17:51

    A very early one, Wovo. Most of the years you don`t capture bees on snowbells !! Hard times for this fellow.
    Excellent capture !!
    Greetings, Cees
  • Véronique Soulier 15/02/2007 17:22

    great close up of this bee.. DOF is perfect, light too , greetings VS