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    Figure 1: Male Xylocopa latipes Creative commons: G. Bohne, Flickr. It is big. It is black.
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    This huge black bee is a gentle giant - Australian Geographic

    The Oriental carpenter bee , Xylocopa nasalis , or Xylocopa Biluna nasalis , is a species of carpenter bee. It is widely distributed in Southeast Asian countries. It is a major pollinator within its ecosystem, and is often mistaken for a bumblebee. Easily mistaken for bumble bees, carpenter bees of X. Their thorax can exceed 5 mm in length, and some have yellow markings on their head. The front wing marginal cell is thin and stretched, while the apex, the anterior corner of the wing, leans away from the costa, which is the leading edge of the wing.
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    When we were out on our deck yesterday, a really large black and yellow hornet kept buzzing and threatening us. We only saw one though. The hornet that was threatening you is almost certainly not a hornet wasp at all, but given the time of year and the situation, was probably a carpenter bee. A deck, especially one that is weathered or untreated is a typical place to find a pair of carpenter bees constructing a nest. The nest does not look like a typical bee or wasp nest since carpenter bees hollow out a nest gallery inside wood.
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    Scientists have attached cameras to dingoes on Fraser Island giving us rare insight into how they spend their day. Home Blogs Creatura Blog This huge black bee is a gentle giant. Becky Crew is a Sydney-based science communicator with a love for weird and wonderful animals. From strange behaviours and special adaptations to newly discovered species and the researchers who find them, her topics celebrate how alien yet relatable so many of the creatures that live amongst us can be.
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