|Posted on 4 June, 2020 at 9:55|
As far as I can tell the problem with loading, and you seeing, photos seems to have been sorted. So, oh dear fan, here is a little bee bonus (on a Thursday). On Tuesday June 2nd the sun was shining in the garden and I got very good shots of a large bee with a white tail.
The beauty of taking photos is that you can have a good look afterwards instead of trying to identify the bee while she is buzzing around.
The white tail and yellow bands meant either Bombus lacorum (White-tailed Bumblebee) or Bombus hortorum (Garden Bumblebee). The long 'horse-like' face and the extra band at the top of the abdomen mean a definite identification as B. hortorum - a Garden Bumblebee in the garden...