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Blodwen Price 

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Not really beekeeping but the Telegraph has a load og electron micrographs of insects, including this one of a honeybee
 

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well,well Blodwyn there it was 'Gone' what is the link?

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The contrast is not very good but "this one" in the original post is a different colour and a click there takes you to the link
 

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Thank you taff finally found it thanks.
 

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It is a good picture but it's not what I would call a honey bee. Mouth parts all wrong and eyes too far apart, also antenna come out of the head at the wrong point. I would say it is some sort of fly.
 

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That photo of the honey bee does not look like the ones I have taken what do you think?
 

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