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Català: Una abella obrera (Apis mellifera) volant cap el rusc amb una càrrega de pol·len en la concavitat de les potes posteriors. Fotografia presa a Dar es Salaam, Tanzània.
Deutsch: Eine Westliche Honigbiene (Apis mellifera) beim Transportieren von Pollen. Fotografiert in einem privaten Bienenhaus in Daressalam, Tansania.
Eesti: Meemesilane (Apis mellifera) kandmas õietolmu. Pildistatud Dar es Salaamis, Tansaanias.
English: 12mm long Apis mellifera, Apis mellifera flying back to its hive carrying pollen in a pollen basket. Pictured in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on a private facility.
Español: La abeja europea ( Apis mellifera) con polen.
Français : Une abeille domestique ( Apis mellifera), vole vers sa ruche chargée de pollen, placé dans ses sacs polliniques. Photo prise à Dar es Salaam, en Tanzanie, dans un rucher privé.
Italiano: Un' Ape (Apis mellifera) riporta il polline accumulato nella cestella all' alveare.
Nederlands: Een honingbij (Apis mellifera) vliegt terug naar de kolonie met stuifmeel in een stuifmeelmand (corbicula) onder haar lijf.
Suomi: Tarhamehiläinen (Apis mellifera) lentämässä takaisin pesäänsä kantaen siitepölyä mukanaan. Kuva otettu Dar es Salamissa, Tansaniassa.
Svenska: Ett flygande tambi (Apis mellifera) med pollen.
Date April 2009 (30 April 2009, according to EXIF data)
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English: A European Honey Bee ( Apis mellifera) flying back to its hive carrying pollen in a pollen basket.
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