Stingless bees

A Stingless bee, Meliponula ferruginea. Approx. 7mm long.
Picture taken in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, by Muhammad Mahdi Karim
There really are stingless bees and they are found in most tropical or subtropical regions of the world, such as Australia, Africa, Southeast Asia, and tropical America.
More about Stingless bees at Bees Hive Beezine

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I would love more info on the stingless be PLEASE - the link is incorrect.


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