You were stuck by a yellow-black flying insect and you think it's a bee? But you would be hard pressed to be stung by one unless you accidentally smushed it or attacked its hive. Bees are truly not interested in people at all. They are interested in plants and flowers. If you've been stung, it was most likely by a wasp such as a yellow jacket. In general, many wasps resemble bees in appearance but wasps have little hair, bright colors and a very narrow waist (the junction between the thorax and abdomen). Most species have black and yellow color patterns. Unlike bees, wasp legs tend to hang down during flight. They are much more aggressive than bees and far more likely to sting. Also, most wasps provide no pollination services.
Here are different types of bees, a fly that mimics bees and wasps that you're most likely to encounter in your vegetable or ornamental garden, no matter where you live.
We remember those who, not sparing their own lives, defended native land, our present.
Please accept our warmest wishes of good health and well-being.
Sincerely, CEO of the group of companies BIO FARM ORGANIC
BIO FARM ORGANIC team congratulates you on the bright Easter Holiday! We wish you an inexhaustible source of faith and hope that the Lord gave us by his Resurrection!
Christ is risen!
According to propozitsiya.com with reference to the message of the Ukrainian Fruit and Vegetable Association today only 44% of total soft berries supplies from Ukraine fall on fresh and frozen blueberries.
We sincerely congratulate you on the loveliest day of spring, a holiday of beauty and tenderness – the 8th of March ! With all our hearts we wish you good health, women's happiness, harmony and prosperity in your families. Let this great spring event lift your spirits, give you inspiration and optimism!