Female Osmia Avosetta bees arrange flower petals like “shingles” to create nests that swaddle their larvae in winter.

Female Osmia Avosetta bees arrange flower petals like “shingles” to create nests that swaddle their larvae in winter.

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    this is absolutely unreal. good job...Avosetta! I’m very taken with your work.
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    Bs make petal-beds!
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