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Maybe it is a carpenter bee? They are quite large and look harmless. Actually they don't usually sting at all. It is a lovely capture of the two for sure and sure shows the size comparison.
You can certainly tell the difference in size between those two bees. I said it before and I will say it again that is one BIG bee!
Wow! There is a big difference in the size!!
Not a carpenter bee -- they have shiny black abdomens. That bee is indeed huge! Like Tina said, the biggest bees I've seen on my place are carpenter bees -- the fuzzy bees are all small.
aggggggggggggg, I have to check out your blog, when i can come up for air/break,, Can't say I enjoy an early morning beebreak!!! haaaaaa, the story or two I have about bees!!! or hornets or yellow jackets,,, One episode envolved a horse,hornet and broken arm!have a great blessed day,Lynnthe best is yet to come!!!!
That one is a giant. Wonder if the other one feels small?Ramona
Wonderful shots from the bee :)On big and one little bee .... LOL(It is a " Nikon Coolpix P90 " ,you ask for it, its a fantastic easy to use camera !!)
Those are very happy bees on the sedums . Great photos.
Hopefully it's not a wayward "killer bee", they are surposed to be big.
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