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Subject:Bee(s) (Macro & Proxy accepted)
Photo credit:@lovitazoe
Start date:04/06/2022
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Laurence

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Leafcutter Bee - Megachile macularis in flight it was sharing nest cavity with wolf spider, Photo taken with a Canon 100D
 

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Laurence

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Funny one. Seems a big fight was there :)
There was no fighting they shared the same hole for a couple of days until the bee had finished nesting , i have quite a few photos of them together
 

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Jack

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Alright, that’s interesting . You was there on the right location at the right time.
 
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Seymour_sz

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I don't know the different types of bees very well, I caught this one on a walk.
The shot was made with Camera Olympus OM-D EM-3 Mark 3 and lens Olympus 60 / 2.8 macro, crop from the original, edited in Lightroom and Topaz
 

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