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Bombus sp. (bumble bee) on Hibiscus moscheutos (rosemallow), pollen-covered by tgpotterfield, via Flickr

Bombus sp. (bumble bee) on Hibiscus moscheutos (rosemallow), pollen-covered by tgpotterfield, via Flickr

Bumble Bee Flying By Hibiscus by aeschylus18917, via Flickr

Bumble Bee Flying By Hibiscus by aeschylus18917, via Flickr

Bumble bee in hibiscus flower #1 by Lord V, via Flickr

Bumble bee in hibiscus flower #1 by Lord V, via Flickr

Bumble bees do not maintain colonies over winter. Instead, only newly mated queen bumble bees hibernate till spring, spending the winter safely underground.

Bumble bees do not maintain colonies over winter. Instead, only newly mated queen bumble bees hibernate till spring, spending the winter safely underground.

Yellow tailed bumble bee with tongue in red clover by EWin1, via Flickr

Yellow tailed bumble bee with tongue in red clover by EWin1, via Flickr

great placement idea ^ Except its not. It's a waste of a lot of good space for something so dumb.

great placement idea ^ Except its not. It's a waste of a lot of good space for something so dumb.

perfect hovering!

perfect hovering!

Flowers in Chattanooga by Dirk Ebener, via Flickr

Flowers in Chattanooga by Dirk Ebener, via Flickr

bumblebee and coneflower by gabeisbored, via Flickr

bumblebee and coneflower by gabeisbored, via Flickr

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