I know the world has a ton of bee-on-flower photos, but I really love the flowers of mesquite trees, and bees on the flowers make them extra nice:
Honey bee on mesquite catkin
Ah, spring/summer in the desert! What a glorious experience! (Well, right up until it gets above 105 degrees outside. Then it can become decidedly less glorious if you’re working out in the sun.)
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It’s been a busy week and I finally had a chance to spend a little time to do fun things like running errands with my husband yesterday. As a result, I didn’t finish my blog post and Science Sunday will be late today. To tide you over until the post goes up (and it’s going to feature a very interesting group of aquatic insects, the caddisflies), I offer this photo of a scene that will soon be making an appearance in Arizona:
Honey bee on palo verde tree blossoms
Check back this evening for the Science Sunday post!
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