Tawny Mining Bee - Solitary Bee Andrena fulva. These Bees nest on the ground they like dry relatively clear areas under hedges and on the margins of lawns and paths. These Bees do not sting and tiny piles of mud on your lawns are a good sign. You have pollinators for your flowers!

Tawny Mining Bee - Solitary Bee Andrena fulva. These Bees nest on the ground they like dry relatively clear areas under hedges and on the margins of lawns and paths. These Bees do not sting and tiny piles of mud on your lawns are a good sign. You have pollinators for your flowers!

Andrena haemorrhoa  Tawny Mining Bee

Andrena haemorrhoa Tawny Mining Bee

This pretty identification bee print illustrating a collection of British bees makes for a lovely addition to any home bringing nature indoors. Available in A4 and A3 sizes this illustration features the most common of British bees including: Tree bumblebee, honeybee, Tawny mining bee, Common carder bee, Early bumblebee, Red tailed bumblebee, Buff-tailed bumblebee, White-tailed bumblebee, Garden bumblebee, Leafcutter bee, Red mason bee and the Ivy mining bee. www.leemorris.org.uk

This pretty identification bee print illustrating a collection of British bees makes for a lovely addition to any home bringing nature indoors. Available in A4 and A3 sizes this illustration features the most common of British bees including: Tree bumblebee, honeybee, Tawny mining bee, Common carder bee, Early bumblebee, Red tailed bumblebee, Buff-tailed bumblebee, White-tailed bumblebee, Garden bumblebee, Leafcutter bee, Red mason bee and the Ivy mining bee. www.leemorris.org.uk

Close up of a Tawney mining bee (Andrena fulva) crawling on the ground.

Close up of a Tawney mining bee (Andrena fulva) crawling on the ground.

Tawny mining bee (Andrena fulva) female

An Introduction To British Bee Genera

Tawny mining bee (Andrena fulva) female

A tawny mining bee collecting nectar and pollen from blossom.

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A tawny mining bee collecting nectar and pollen from blossom.

Male Tawny mining bee Nottinghamshire England

Male Tawny mining bee Nottinghamshire England

Rotpelzige Sandbiene - Tawny Mining-Bee - "Andrena fulva" zu deutsch "Rotpelzige Sandbiene" oder im englischen "Tawny Mining-Bee" gehört zu den Wildbienen und war ebenfalls an meinem Mirabellenbaum zu finden. Auch wenn sie sehr flauschig ist, ist es keine Hummel, sondern eine Wildbiene bzw eine Soltärbiene, d.h. sie bilden keinen Staat wie unsere domestizierten Honigbienen, sondern sind Singles.  Nach der Paarung legen sie im schnitt bis zu 3 Nester im Boden an, in denen jeweils ein Ei…

Rotpelzige Sandbiene - Tawny Mining-Bee - "Andrena fulva" zu deutsch "Rotpelzige Sandbiene" oder im englischen "Tawny Mining-Bee" gehört zu den Wildbienen und war ebenfalls an meinem Mirabellenbaum zu finden. Auch wenn sie sehr flauschig ist, ist es keine Hummel, sondern eine Wildbiene bzw eine Soltärbiene, d.h. sie bilden keinen Staat wie unsere domestizierten Honigbienen, sondern sind Singles. Nach der Paarung legen sie im schnitt bis zu 3 Nester im Boden an, in denen jeweils ein Ei…

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