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Not stung once, even though I am a few inches away from the holes they are digging to lay their eggs in.
They put a clump of pollen at the back and lay the egg on it.
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I will wriggle my fingers next time, and stand there barefooted amongst them.
I expect you have to do the experiment about ten times to find out if not getting stung was luck or not?
Amazing - I had a leafcutter bee lay her eggs in my seed modules in the greenhouse! She is dragging a rose leaf into the hole here - she lays the egg in it and puts gooey stuff - royal jelly? pollen? round it for it to eat.
Us video stars don't need to get dirty !!!
Sure it explains you like to keep your hands clean from dirt,in other words, no work ;) :))
Obviously before the video shot I had to visit the make up artists....... three hours later I am standing in front of the swarming bank, but it is just before lunchbreak, so after scrubbing my hands clean, I retreat for to the shade for half an hour to refuel.
England is bathing in a late summer heatwave, and all clever people are happy to use suntan lotion, the cleansing effect of the this is there for all to see.
The Miner Bees sting is ten times stronger than the deadly Portugese man-o-wars jelly fish, so the producer decided that my hand should be sprayed with flesh coloured kevlar mastic.
I hope this explains things.
John, maybe you did not get stung Because your hands look so Clean.... :) Are you sure you are doing garden work ??? ;)
I got stung one week ago and all I have to say is 'ouch'...:)
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