Hairy Footed Flower Bee female on Lungwort, (Pulmonaria). Often the first solitary bee to be out pollinating early flowers, these small bees especially like Lungwort but also visit primrose, comfrey & dead-nettle. They feed on nectar from these early tubular flowers with a long tongue.
The female is black and furry, and resembles a small bumble bee, (although her quick darting movements bely this). The males are a gingery-brown with distinctive cream coloured hair on their faces. The males also have the long, orange hairs on their middle legs and feet that gives them their name.
Bring a little nature style to your conservatory, study or dining room - or even the office – with these square glass coasters. Heat tempered glass, produced at 205oC, with smooth surface and plastic feet to protect your surfaces.
Available singly or a selection of our mix & match British Nature images to suit your taste. Not suitable for dishwashers, wipe clean with a soft, damp cloth.
Dimensions: 10x10cm, 3mm depth with feet. Weight: 95g.
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