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Photo#264516
honey bee - Apis mellifera? - Apis mellifera - female

honey bee - Apis mellifera? - Apis mellifera - Female
Elkton, Douglas County, Oregon, USA
April 4, 2009
Size: 1/2 inch +
On a Santa Rosa Plum blossom

Moved
Moved from Anthophila (Apoidea) - Bees.
Yes, the common honeybee. a worker female. We have tons of those, but this is a nice picture.

 
Thanks Beatriz,
I bought a new camera this past winter, and I'm still getting used to it. I think it takes better pictures than my old one. Hopefully, this year my submissions will be more in line with the quality images needed to ID all my little friends.

:-P)

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