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Western honey bee (apis melifera)

The Western honey bee, commonly only known as bee, is one of the bee species that produces honey. Its domestication began about six thousand years ago, and it is practically the only early domesticated species of insect besides the silk moth.

Buff-tailed bumblebee or large earth bumblebee (bombus terrestris)

It ranges from 11 to 24 mm in length. It is specifically suitable for pollinating both propagule and open-field cultures.

Common drone fly (eristalis tenax)

Appears worldwide. 15 millimeters long. It resembles the male honey bee.

Violet carpenter bee (xylocopa violacea)

One of the largest bees. Its adult form is large, 25–30 millimeters long, and the distance between its open wings reaches 40–50 millimeters.

Trichodes Apiarius

It prefers flowery meadows, where it feeds on dead or diseased bees. 10–15 millimeters long.

Chlorophorus sartor

It can be found mainly in meadows and woodland edges. 6–10 millimeters long.

White spotted rose beetle (oxythyrea funesta)

A species belonging to the family of scarab beetles It is found in many places, 10–14 millimeters in size.

Old World swallowtail (Papilio machaon)

It likes slopes on open mountains and hills, also appears in gardens. Its wingspan is 75–100 millimeters.


Did you know that not only insects and butterflies can pollinate flowers, but birds as well? One of the most beautiful of them is the sparkling violetear (colibri coruscans).