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I have never seen either mating before...............
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I think I have to quote that too!!
Back in the day...vroom, vroom.
Fancy a date :))
They also have one pair of wings as they are definitely a type of fly.
I can now understand why there are solitary bees.
I have decided that if I have a choice I want to
come back as a hoverfly rather than a honey bee.. :)
Bees have two pairs of wings and usually have an all over beard,
whereas hoverflies are smooth all over, - and don't explode.
Bit like Mods and Rockers :)
Bee Hoverfly :
And he was very alive.
I can add your interesting answer elsewhere too.......
OMG...I didn't know that, ack!!... dancing with death - quintessential matriarchal societal model blueprint :))
They sure look bee-like too me. Is there a Bee Fly?
Honey bees mate in mid flight and the male dies shortly afterwards,
so it is obvious that they are not these.
It is known as sexual suicide, because the end of his penis explodes/ruptures.
What sort of strange evolutionary development is this ??? ...... lol
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