Honey Bees & Wasps Identification Mat
Half of profits are donated to bee conservancies.
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Identification Mats feature BeeStill images of wasps, honey bees, native bees, flies, butterflies, butterflies, pollinators and seasons of flowers and plants that are identified by common and scientific names. The two-sided 8.5 x 11 archival mats are sturdily laminated with the vertical side featuring nine images and the horizontal side featuring twelve images.
Bees are sometimes considered “pollen-eating wasps.” Most bees utilize pollen for protein, while most wasps hunt other insects as protein sources. Both bees and wasps rely on nectar, and both bees and wasps have social and solitary species. Not all female bee species sting, and male bee and wasps do not sting.