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Question of the Week: Leafcutter Bee

Last week the question was:  What made this nearly perfect circle in this leaf? This was done by a leafcutter bee.  These are common native pollinators in South Carolina.  Leafcutter bees are solitary bees and make their nests in cavities … Continue reading

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Pre-Harvest Strawberry Insects

Strawberries are now in the pre-harvest stage.  They’re blooming and and just beginning to develop berries.  Below is a bloom waiting on some pollinators to come along.  To the left of it is a flower bud which has been pollinated and has just … Continue reading

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