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Fine art prints of bees for the walls of your home or office.
The American bumble bee (bombus pensylvanicus) can be found all over eastern Canada, the United States, and most of Mexico.
It can be confused with the black and gold bumble bee and the yellow-banded bumble bee.
It feeds mainly on vetches, lotus corniculata, clovers, goldenrods, St. John's wort and Eupatorium.
The brown-belted bumble bee (bombus griseocollis) can be found in southeastern Canada, and most of the United States except the southwest.
I can be confused with the two-spotted bumble bee and the rusty patched bumble bee.
It's favorite flowers are milkweeds, thistles, sunflowers, goldenrods, sumacs and loosestrifes.
The common eastern bumble bee (bombus impatiens) is a nectar feeder and likes thistles, goldenrods, pickerelweeds, and azaleas. It is medium tongued and can be found from Ontario down the eastern United States to Florida and west to Michigan, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, and Wyoming, from temperate forests to great plains and backyards.
It can be confused with the two-spotted bumble bee.
A ground nester, it is one of the most important pollinator bees.
The southern plains bumble bee (bombus fraternus) can be found east of the Rocky Mountains in the United States, usually in the southeastern United States in areas with sandy soil, from Florida in the south to New Jersey and North Dakota in the north.
It can be confused with the brown-belted bumble bee and the rusty-patched bumble bee.
It likes to feed on St. John's wort, bee balms, sumacs, nightshades, asters and thistles.
The two-spotted bumble bee (bombus bimaculatus) can be found in southeastern Canada and the eastern United States.
It can be confused with the brown-belted bumble bee and the common eastern bumble bee.
It likes to feed on St. John's wort, thistles, sweet clover, rosa, goldenrods and vetches.
The yellow-banded bumble bee (bombus terricola terricola) is a nectar feeder. It is short tongued and a nectar robber and can be found from Nova Scotia to Florida and west to British Columbia, Montana, and South Dakota.
It can be confused with the American bumble bee.
Look for it in temperate and boreal forest, higher in the Appalacians, and into the tundra and targa of Canada. It is usually found close to woodlands and wetlands.
Fine art prints of bumble bees for the walls of your home or office.
Title: Bombus Impatiens
Title: Brown-belted Bumble Bee
Title: Bumblebees Can Fly
Title: Bumblebees Can Fly
Title: Common Eastern Bumble Bee
Title: Pickereled Bumble Bee
The carpenter bee (xylocopa) is found in the eastern United States, south to Texas and northern Florida, and down into Guatemala..
They tend to chew holes at the base of flowers to get at the nectar directly.
They are the same general size as bumblebees, usually black or with just a little yellow and they are shiny looking. They make their nests in unfinished wood of trees, bushes, or building, by chewing holes in it.
Fine art prints of carpenter bees for the walls of your home or office.
Title: Carpenter Bee
The honey bees, apis mellifera, originally from Europe, can be found all over North America, They are a social insect living in large groups called hives. They are made up of females, called workers, who collect the nectar and pollen that feed the hive, a queen, whose sole responsibility is to lay eggs, and the males, or drones, whose only responsibility is to fertilize the queen.
Fine art prints of honey bees for the walls of your home or office.
Title: My Honey
Title: Goldenrod Feeders
Title: A Bee's Kiss
Title: Green Bee
Title: My Honey BW
Title: The Swarm
The male metallic green sweat bee (agapostemon) is a bee that is native to North and South America.
Fine art prints of sweat bees for the walls of your home or office.
Title: Bee Surprised
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