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How to Identify a Bumble BeeThere are sidewalks on two sides and I tell people not to walk with their mouths open as they might inhale a bee. It was a lovely brown-gold color. I saw two of them, but there may have been more in and around the plant. What fun. Also last week, I swear I saw a black and white fuzzy bee chasing a much larger black carpenter bee away from the salvia. Do bees do that?
We have no native bumblebees in Australia, but there are feral European Bumblebees in Tasmania. Please help us keep exotic Bumblebees out of mainland Australia! Be on the lookout for Bumblebees described below on the Australian mainland and report any sightings to local authorities! The Bumblebee which is most likely to slip through quarantine on the Australian mainland is the European Bumblebee, Bombus terrestris , because of the feral population of this species in Tasmania. Please note though, that several Australian native bee species are sometimes mistaken for the European Bumblebee. The following information will help you work out if a bee that you have seen is a feral Bumblebee or an Australian native bee. Worker bees may be 8 mm to 22 mm in length while queen bees are up to about 25 mm.
Apiformes from Latin 'apis'. Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants , known for their role in pollination and, in the case of the best-known bee species, the western honey bee , for producing honey and beeswax.
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