Honey Bees Pollinating Blossoms. Photos of honey bees pollinating blossoms and other insects all desperately seeking nectar.
Honey Bees Pollinating Blossoms.
We have orange and lime trees in the yard and being Ecuador the climate is very tropical, therefore it is not uncommon to have oranges and blossoms at the same time. A few honey bees were found pollinating blossoms and obtaining nectar and pollen was build up on their baskets on their legs.
The blossoms are very sweet smelling in nectar and attract a number of bees and insects.
A few honey bees pollinating blossoms on the below picture.
Honey Bee and Insects.
The honey bee looking for nectar with its long proboscis tongue and getting to pollinate the blossom. Note the grey insects on the petals.
This honey bee meant business when it dived into the flower legs holding onto the flower.
Honey bee pollinating the blossoms. All you see is the wings and another peeping from the back of the leaf.
Some honey bees and insects on these pretty sweet blossoms.
We, the world will not survive without the bees. Pollination is very important for all plants, trees flowers.
To grow and produce good fruit.
It is said that if all the bees die, then the earth will be dead in four years.
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