Category: stained glass

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This is #12 in the CAMPAIGN:  KNOW YOUR WILD BEES

This is a homework assignment…I don’t feel like spoon feeding you everything, Tinkerbell

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Public Bee Servant, sam droege

Wouldn’t you want a building that looked like this…

While parsing through the residues from the US Forest Service’s Bent Creek Experimental Forest bee traps, Dejen Mengis found this lovely annual cicada (species unknown).  The combination of residual water and the natural interference patterns of the wings created these lovely stained glass effects.  So, of course, we had to take a picture.  Wayne Boo was the  photographer.

All original pictures completely public domain and available at our Flickr site: https://www.flickr.com/photos/usgsbiml/

Photography Information: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-_yvIsucOY

Follow us on Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/usgsbiml/

Download our free field guide to the genera of bees:http://bio2.elmira.edu/fieldbio/beesofmarylandbookversion1.pdf

Public Bee Servant, sam droege