By , on April 7th, 2014

Michigan Spring Flowers [1]: Winter Aconite

Zachary Huang, Michigan State University

Citation: Huang, Z.Y. 2014. Michigan spring flowers [1]: winter aconite. http://bees.msu.edu/2014/winter-aconite/. Accessed on {date of your visit}.

Published April 6, 2014
Revised April 8, 2014

Well, spring is finally here in Michigan, about 1 …

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By , on August 12th, 2013

Bees swarming over lotus

Zachary Huang, Michigan State University

Lotus (Nelumbo), which many people confuses with water lily, is actually now in a different family (Nelumbonaceae). Water lily belongs to family Nympheaceae and has about 70 species. Lotus has only two …

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By , on September 3rd, 2012

Green80 on Eupatorium

Zachary Huang, Ph.D.

Michigan State University

After the lucky draw 2 days ago, today I saw yet a different tagged bee foraging. This time on Eupatorium sp, also in my front yard… Maybe I should look for one …

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By , on September 2nd, 2012

Yellow flowers and green 69.

Zachary Huang, Ph.D.
Michigan State University

Yesterday, Sept 1st, 2012. A friend came over and visited me. While seeing him off, I saw many honey bees foraging on the goldenrod in the front garden. Then I saw a tagged …

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By , on August 23rd, 2012

Goji Bees

by Zachary Huang

Michigan State University

 

Long time no beetographying…The last time I serious shot bees was probably in Taiyuan, China (June 6-July 6th).

I am not sure which goji berry (Lycium spp, Solanaceae) I have …

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