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Saturday, July 07, 2007

Pictures of Bees from Eggs to Emergence

I just found a wonderful post on a bee blog that I often visit (I can't read it, it's in Turkish). He has posted pictures of bees in each stage of development from egg to emerging bee.

Here's the blog

The sweet owner of the blog gave me this rudimentary vocabulary to help look at his posts:

Beekeeping = Arıcılık
Beekeeper = Arıcı
Hive = Kovan
Wax= Balmumu
Honey = Bal
Pollen = Polen (:
Larvae = larva (:
Thanks = Teşekkürler
Queen = Kraliçe "or" Ana
Egg = Yumurta
Drone = Erkek arı
Worker = İşçi
Frame = Çerçeve
Queen Cell = Ana Memesi
Swarm = Oğul

Scroll down to 05 Temmuz 2007 which must translate to July 5, 2007 and look at the third post titled: "Belki Referans Olur!!!"

You'll love the pictures. Click on them each to see the brood in various stages of development, marked by number to indicate day of development.

Occasionally he puts an English title on his pictures so the blog is well worth visiting both for the marvelous pictures and the occasional label that I can in fact read.

6 comments:

  1. This post is wonderfull thing for me...

    Thanks...

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  2. Queen = Kraliçe "or" Ana
    Egg = Yumurta
    Drone = Erkek arı
    Worker = İşçi
    Frame = Çerçeve
    Queen Cell = Ana Memesi
    Swarm = Oğul

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  3. Teşekkürler, Halil Bilen!

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  4. Perfect Turkish Grammer...

    Congratulations.

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  5. Thank you both for doing this, I really enjoy both your blogs and would love to read yours halil bilen - your photos are brilliant - when I get my new Canon digi camera next month I hope to put more photos on my blog.

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  6. My camera is Canon Powershot A560...

    It's enough...

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