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Ladybug.  Fun to watch and no biting or stinging.  Best bug ever!

Ladybug with a dew drop dripping off it's back. This beetle is the example of the ladybug with the two white dashes recommended best for the garden.

Pink Butterfly, Flora, Feelings, Bb, Butterflies, Plants

Honey bee collecting nectar--my favorite bug! Although they scare me and I run away if one gets too close!

Honey bee collecting nectar--my favorite bug! Although they scare me and I run…

Human Anatomy:Bee Anatomy Great Learning Ideas Free Scientific Illustration Bee Anatomy Great Learning Ideas Free

Human Anatomy : Bee Anatomy Great Learning Ideas Free Scientific Illustration Bee Anatomy Great Learning Ideas Free Bee Anatomy Diagram‚ Honey Bee Anatomy For Kids‚ Anatomy Of A Bee Hive or Human Anatomys

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Here's our Mellow yellow photo gallery including pictures of luscious decor, fashion shoes, accessories and nature.

Sweet Sweet Nectar ~ A job well done Busy Bee.

Country Spring with Daisies and Bees - Sweet Sweet Nectar ~ A job well done Busy Bee.

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Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know it so it goes on flying anyway.

Butterfly Reflection

Blue Butterfly on a Pink Flower – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around the World

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I canceled my Smugmug account, so I& posting some of my favorite photos from there. This one is best viewed at the largest size :)

How to Create a Bee-Friendly Garden by berkeley.edu via fix.com

Creating a Bee-Friendly Garden

Learn about the importance of keeping bee populations alive and well in your garden, and how you can encourage bees to take up residence in your back yard.

A bee gorges itself with honey on a wax frame with cells full of nectar

A bee gorges itself with honey on a wax frame with cells full of nectar. ~ Eric Tourneret, The Bee Photographer:

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