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Eric Tourneret

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Two Honey Bees Practicing Mouth-To-Mouth Food Transfer Called Trophallaxis
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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A Beekeeper Removing the Protective Trellis of Leaves and Wire Netting High Up on a Tree Trunk
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Close Up of Human Hands Working with Wax Cells and Honey Bees in a Hive
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Hollow Chestnut Log Hive Reveals the Details of the Honey Bee Comb Architecture
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Honey Bee Forager Returns to the Beehive from Colzfield with a Load of Nectar
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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A Marked Queen Honey Bee Moves over Brood Cells with Other Bees Looking for Honey
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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A Manuka or Tea Tree Flower (Leptospermum Scoparium)
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Collection of Beekeeping Devices and Products in Saint-Faust Near Pau France
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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An Opened Honey Bee Hive Seen from Above with Smoke from a Smoker Device to Quiet the Bees
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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A Marked Queen Honey Bee on a Capped Brood Comb in the Hive
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Queen Honey Bee Emerging from its Cell
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Honey Bees on Queen-Rearing Cells
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Queen Honey Bee Emerging from its Cell
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Small Honey Producers Still Use the Uncapping Knife to Prepare the Bee Hive Frames
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Queen Honey Bee Emerging from its Cell
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Honey Bee Mating
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Honey Bee Hive Frames Filled with Honey are Stored While Awaiting Extraction the Honey House
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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The Nurse Bees Attend to Two Queen Honey Bee Cells
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Honey Bee Hive Frame with Cells Filled with Honey and Pollen
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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The Smoker Device Is Used to Calm Bees in a Bee Hive
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Queens Honey Bees Fighting
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Suspended from the Hive Honey Bees Hang from One Another to Better Allow Air Flow
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Stingless Bees (Melipona Beecheii) on a Honeycomb Yucatan Mexico
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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The Stingless Trigona Bees (Scaptotrigona)
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Beekeepers Placing Honey Bee Hives Among Almond Trees in an Orchard
Eric Tourneret
Photographic Print
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Honey Bee Hive Frames Filled with Honey are Stored While Awaiting Extraction the Honey House
Eric Tourneret
SwitchArt™ Print
Starting from 29.99
Hollow Chestnut Log Hive Reveals the Details of the Honey Bee Comb Architecture
Eric Tourneret
SwitchArt™ Print
Starting from 29.99