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File:AD2009Aug08 Bombus pratorum.jpg


English: The early bumblebee (Bombus pratorum) is one of the smaller bumblebees. It can be found throughout Europe, except for the Iberian peninsula. The specimen in the picture is a fully grown worker (female) – measuring 14 mm from head to abdomen. It is landing on an Echinacea purpurea flower.
Date 8 August 2009
Source Own work
Author Ernie

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47° 31′ 23.90″ N, 12° 18′ 0.99″ E

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