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Author 'Multianimations' : -Like flying black insect has a large Bumblebee, I don't know his name and it is the first time that I see a such insect, for this reason I share this with you macro photo.
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EXIF : Brand: Canon | Camera: Canon Powershot S5 IS
Aperture: f/2.7 | Exposure time: 1/500 s | ISO: 80 | Focal: 6 mm | Metering: Inconnu ()
Prog. expo.: Non défini () | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 28/02/2008 14:02:40
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> Aceman >Reply Dec 02, 2014
I saw a dozen bees carpenter, is this-that it is dangerous ???
 
> Aani >Reply Nov 02, 2010
I try to understand why these animals go into the house in autumn.
 
> Caki >Reply Sep 07, 2010
Great, thanks for your photo and the name was finally identify this insect, it will serve to interest children in the class because of our son in this same sect custody death of sparkling color and pollen remained perched on his abdomen.
 
> Mige >Reply Jun 06, 2010
I have the same type of insect that digs holes and tunnels in the branches of an apple tree death.
 
> Canalea >Reply May 26, 2010
I just recognize an insect that wanders into my garden and I was a little surprised by its size and color. Now, here I am reassured! It's beautiful nature, there is always something new to discover! We marvel every day a little more!
 
> Anthes51 >Reply Jun 29, 2009
Very well taken photo with beautiful colors. And I managed to get 1 name in this insect that I see in my garden.
 
> Titi >Reply May 31, 2009
Bravo I could recognize the stupid that is in my field.
 
> Caracteriel >Reply May 24, 2009
Very nice photo showing the smart black insect in its natural environment in full flower pollination.
 
> Malafouine [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] (http://) >Reply Feb 29, 2008
The creature is called Xylocopa Violacea. Size 20 to 26 mm. Looks like a drone, gloss black with purple reflections. Makes its nest in pieces of wood, sec. Same biology as the bee. This is what I've been able to find. The creature lacks a bit of net, but he had to at all costs him to do his portrait. Bravo
Abeille charpentiere
 
 > Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Feb 29, 2008
 
BRAVO : it is indeed a 'Bee carpenter' (Xylocopa Violacea). I put a photo in the report for comparison. Thanks for the comment. Bravo and thank you to the author of the photo.
Abeille charpentiere
 
> Royer.daniel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Feb 29, 2008
A beautiful image, crisp and well coloured, just dab the pieces of flowers in the bottom right.
 
> Evalias >Reply Feb 29, 2008
The flower button is a little the edge of the frame, but the insect appears well with the soft colors that surround it, bravo.
 
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