The genus Ceratina are small carpenter bees, which nest and hibernate sometimes in the hollow stems of plants such as wild angelica or hemp agrimony which are very present in my meadow. They are foraging all kinds of flowers, this male gathers a scabious wood in my wet meadow. Limousin, France.
Created: September 24, 2016
© Anne SORBES
Photo size: 14.1 Mpixels (40.2 MB uncompressed) - 5000x2813 pixels (16.6x9.3 in / 42.3x23.8 cm at 300 ppi)