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Author 'Lumixane' : Even the large Bumblebee black on flower of rose tremiere. It must be seize the moment or the wings are positionnees in such a way that they return reflections bleutes, not easy!



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> Delcx >Reply Feb 11, 2011
I love hollyhocks, particularly those on the island of Aix. And there are also some nice bumblebees in my garden!
 
> Uranus >Reply May 22, 2010
+: Wonderful, it's nice to be able and find the object of his research in a few clicks instantly.

-:We must continue to saisfaire the curiosity of users.
 
> Mamy Tania >Reply Apr 29, 2009
Nature is generous and we thank you for sharing such beautiful things. Good patience for the next shots, friendly.
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 30, 2008
The heart of the 'hollyhock' this 'Bee carpenter', also called 'Xylocope purple' or 'black oversewing' ((Xylocopa violacea) - (Carpenter bees) in English) - is a pollinisatrice, which feeds on a mixture of pollen and nectar, but also the soft wood that old and even healthy. The female, although possessing a sting, is not aggressive.
Excellent photo documentary and presentation. Bravo Anne and thank you.
 
> Colin-bis >Reply Aug 29, 2008
Bravo for this photo. I appreciate that I currently have a log inhabited by bees carpenter. Impressive to see the pile of sawdust and exciting to observe. Thank you again. Cordially.
 
> Lili >Reply Aug 05, 2008
Absolutely beautiful !, I found 1, not knowing what it was, I searched and found it ! Is not dangerous, does not attack, which is useful in a garden, eating aphids...
 
> Mimi la souris >Reply Jul 11, 2008
Bravo, because I myself have tried it, and it is very difficult to photograph them with open wings in order to capture the color.
 
> Ed >Reply Jun 09, 2008
This bee carpenter is not the easiest to photograph ! I'm also one who flits off to my honeysuckle. it was wiggling !
 
> Bilou70 >Reply Jun 04, 2008
The sharpness is quite impressive given that the bee is always in motion, the rendering of colors is perfect... The angle of view however could have been better... But still the movement speed makes us feverish at the time of trigger... Well seen.
 
> Cléo >Reply May 13, 2008
Pity that the head is not visible but the image is poetic... Nice work.
 
> Videocentre >Reply Sep 13, 2007
I connected to your site to educate myself on this insect beautiful, but that is a bit scary to children. They make the sound amazing, I had never seen this species before !
 
> Gilbert >Reply Aug 17, 2007
We have captured this day a beautiful specimen of this type, and it is through this site that we have been perfectly informed about the identity of our find. Thank you !
 
> Miette >Reply Aug 06, 2007
I am looking for any information on this type of drone which has landed this summer in my garden.
Reply of the Moderator: For more information,simply register on the home page, become a member and you will have access to all the information that may be of interest to you.See you soon.
 
> Séverine >Reply Jul 30, 2007
Very nice photo. Bravo ! We have the same at home...
 
> Laety47 >Reply Jun 24, 2007
This is beautiful ! Precisely I am coming to this page through Google because I found the same today in my garden, and I was wondering what that was...
 
> Mistermicke >Reply Mar 19, 2007
As for me, I'm wrong, thank you the fada Marseille for your information.
 
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 14, 2007
This 'bumblebee' black to bluish wings is a bee carpenter(or xylocope purple), solitary, wood-boring, they can be seen sometimes foraging on the flowers. This insect is the family Apidae. The Xylocope is a bee, so-called 'solitaire'. It is a browser and it has jaws that enable it to dig into the wood. The name of 'carpenter' is not innocent. Watch your framing !
 
> Mistermicke >Reply Mar 14, 2007
This insect is a bark beetle underline this fact that a few years ago than it is arivé in france.
 
> Amelie >Reply Jan 18, 2007
You're right, it's a beautiful photo : I congratulate you and told you thank you !!!
 
> Crabillou >Reply Aug 10, 2006
Superb photo, this insect is beautiful !
 
> Daniel.chastel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 02, 2006
Lumixane hello ! photo freindly... I have the impression that the drone had to be blind, since he seems to have returned in full flight in this beautiful pink tremière... Yet the fire was at the rose... more daniel
 
> Mimi [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 02, 2006
Beautiful bumblebee, who went head-first into this beautiful flower. Your drone is very beautiful, a beautiful blue color at night, hat, Lumixane.
 
> Marcel >Reply Jul 01, 2006
well, you have your drone ! I think that on this subject we can hardly do better ! Beautiful shot !
 
> Clairebielande [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 28, 2006
When I know how to do pictures like this ... ! What a talent Lumixane !
 
> Mamadouée >Reply Jun 28, 2006
Well seen, Lumi. Very beautiful, your drone blue. But also talk about the expert and talented photographer ! Have you seen my little critters taken from you, placed on the site yesterday evening ? Nothing to do with yours, but the devices are different too. Good day my Lumi.
 
> Kodakgirl >Reply Jun 28, 2006
Cibole ! I r not come yet ! I've never seen it ! Bravo !
 
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