Sunshine’s Macro Monday
Please note the prominent proboscis above and below. It’s exactly like a straw in a milkshake. Butterflies taken in nectar one sip at a time. Order Lepidoptera. Below we have a trusty ant, a social insect from Order Hymenoptera. Finally I give you our little friend for the day in black and white.
I love it when these little fellows cast their shadows on a sunny day! It’s becoming almost obligatory for me to post a bumblebee along with a butterfly each and every day. This little lady has all the pollen she can handle! I just love bumblebees with their tiny wings protruding from a big thoraxContinue reading “Butterfly and Bonus Bumblebee, March 17, 2020”
Did you know that the bumblebee used to be called the humble bee due to the fact that it doesn’t have a stinger? All photographs were taken on September 8, 2019 in Hillsmere, Annapolis. I couldn’t resist sharing yet another bee!