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Bee Queen??


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#1 Offline Here for the honeypots - Posted March 1 2016 - 11:05 AM

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ID please?

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#2 Offline dermy - Posted March 1 2016 - 11:16 AM

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No it's not a Queen honey bee, you'd probably never see them alone, and the queens have much larger abdomens and the legs are much more "muscular".



#3 Offline Here for the honeypots - Posted March 1 2016 - 11:22 AM

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Cool thanks man. Appreciate it

#4 Offline MrILoveTheAnts - Posted March 1 2016 - 1:16 PM

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Not a queen honeybee... though any Bumblebees you see at this time of year will most likely be queens.






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