Transport of a Honey bee 2

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Transport of a Honey bee 2
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robert mckenna
by robert mckenna from Lowestoft GB on 22 Jun 2017
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Carried by a Beewolf back to the nest which is a tunnel in the ground 2

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robert mckenna
robert mckenna posted 2017-06-25 6:01pm

Hello Janice , Apparently the female Beewolf, which is a wasp,places
several of its paralyzed prey, usually honey bees, together with an egg
in a small underground chamber (tunnel) to serve as food for the wasp larvae.
Robert.

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Janice Poulson posted 2017-06-22 11:50pm

I read that Wasps will kill a bee just to get the pollen and honey and take back to their nest to feed their young....

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