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Students and Scouts can watch Pollen being stored, Eggs
Larvae hatching and maturing through the clear plastic window.
Our Solitary Bee Hive lets you watch every activity
from the storage of Pollen to the matured adults taking their first flight.
This shows a Tunnel with a Cell for each Egg and the abundance
of Pollen collected, representing thousands of Blossoms pollinated.
Consider that a
Solitary Bee spends less than 10 seconds at each Blossom, which equates
to 6 Blossoms a minute, or 360 Blossoms an hour, or 3,600 Blossoms in a
There is no work or medication required, as in Honey Bees. But you may
find yourself watching their enjoyable activities. And wonder how a
secluded Larvae develops the essential species-propagating abilities
which we call "instinct" and contained in a brain the size of a grain of sugar.
the food left by Mother
Chew its way
out of the Cell.
for unfamiliar food and liquid
a Home site
where Home is
Bring Pollen home
when there is enough Pollen
into the Cell and
MALE Eggs last
pieces from Leaves,
find damp Soil
roll it into a ball
Find the way
home with it
the Tunnel with
Soil or Leaves
Decide if more
more if necessary
Find a new Home
the whole process
Observation Hive has a clear plastic window held with one screw, for
easy removal and cleaning after the Bees emerge. Then hang it outdoors
to attract a new generation of gentle, efficient Pollinators. The
wooden cover prevents excess light from bothering the residents.
Complete detailed Instructions.
than 100 Solitary Bee Larvae in Tunnels
$34.85 + $4.85 S
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