Eucera fulvohirta, M, Baker County, Georgia, face tongue

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Detailed Description

One of the more uncommon to rare eastern bees in North America. Eucera fulvohirta is found in the arc of the continental coastal plain only from Louisiana to North Carolina. What plants does it feed on, what is its place in the natural history of the region. No one knows. This lovely lovely yellow orange specimen found by Sabrie Breland in the flatlands of South Georgia. Photo by Sara Guerrieri. Photography Information: Canon Mark II 5D, Zerene Stacker, Stackshot Sled, 65mm Canon MP-E 1-5X macro lens, Twin Macro Flash in Styrofoam Cooler, F5.0, ISO 100, Shutter Speed 200. USGSBIML Photoshopping Technique: Note that we now have added using the burn tool at 50% opacity set to shadows to clean up the halos that bleed into the black background from "hot" color sections of the picture.


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