Insects Database
 Insects and other Arthropoda
 Anthophora & AmegillaPics
 Halictid beesPics
 Halictus sexcinctus
 Honey BeesPics
 Mason Bees
 Wool Carder Bee
 Xylocopa violaceaPics
 Species overview

 Booklice - BarkfliesPics
 Crane fliesPics
 Moths & ButterfliesPics
 Net-winged insectsPics
 Plant-parasitic HemipteransPics
 Praying MantisesPics
Honeybee on a flower
Honeybee on a flower (Pictures of Bees)

Bees (Apiformes)
Bee on a blue flower
Bee on a blue flower (Pictures of Bees)
Mason Bee
Mason Bee (Pictures of Bees)
Andrena on a flower
Andrena on a flower (Pictures of Bees)
Various bee species, including honey bees, store food to ensure the survival of the entire colony in times of food shortage (winter, the rainy season in the tropics). During the winter a beehive needs to maintain a minimum temperature of 10 degrees Celsius, otherwise the entire colony would die. The food stock of bees (honey) is edible even at very low temperatures.
Honey bee with pollen on hind-legs
Honey bee with pollen on hind-legs (Pictures of Bees)

Further chapters of "Bees"
- Andrena
  - Tawny Mining Bee
  - Andrena flavipes
- Honey Bees
  - Products of bees
- Wool Carder Bee
- Mason Bees
- Xylocopa violacea
- Halictus sexcinctus
- Antophora & Amegilla
- Hylaeus
Description of images / photos
Photography with Cameras
Nikon D3x, Nikon D300, Canon 50D
Image editing with Photoshop
1. Honeybee on a flower
2. Bee on a blue flower
3. Mason Bee
4. Andrena on a flower
5. Honey bee with pollen on hind-legs
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 Unknown insects
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New chapters:
Egyptian Locust
Bird grasshoppers
Spanish bee
Kalotermes flavicollis
Stiletto flies
Chrysomya albiceps
Green blowfly
Sphaerophoria rueppelli
White-banded Digger Bee
House mosquito
Discrete Chaperon
Convolvulus Hawk-moth
Villa hottentotta
Eumenes mediterraneus
Andrena morio
Giant Furrow-Bee
Dull-headed Blood-bee