Life in a hollow

native honey bees
better than glow in the dark
silver silhouettes


5 thoughts on “Life in a hollow”

  1. I looked this up: “the native honey bee (Tetragonula carbonaria) is a stingless social bee endemic to Australia. ” Honey bees are not native the the US, and now I’m wondering why we didn’t import the stingless variety from Australia, rather than the stinging kind from Europe.

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    1. Thanks for the info..As to the question of importing to the USA, I’m guessing it could be the need for a particular ecosystem..


    1. That sounds like a good idea. Bee diversity is amazing. Indigenous Australian bees tend not to be social-hive dwellers and you’ve made me wonder if I can change my garden a bit to make it more suitable for them back in Melbourne.
      Good luck with it.


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