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New Stingless Bee Photos
by 'Peter O'

Aussie Bee Homepage > New Native Bee Photos > Stingless Bees

'Peter O' kindly contributed these new photographs of Australian stingless bees to the Aussie Bee Website:

stingless bee collecting wax

Above: 'Peter O' caught this clever Tetragonula stingless bee (previously called Trigona) in the act of pinching some free wax. She is helping herself to some scaped wax at the bottom of a Christmas candle!

stingless bees on waterlily

Above: this stunning image shows Australian stingless bees eagerly visiting a waterlily.


'Peter O' captured some Tetragonula stingless bees visiting some colourful Portulaca blossoms in the the following series of spectacular photographs:

stingless bee on portulaca

stingless bee collecting pollen

stingless beees

Trigona bee

Trigona bees

stingless bee

stingless bee with pollen

stingless bee landing

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