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Tetragonula carbonaria

Stingless bee

Stingless bees are small compared to most native bees, their heads having a whitish appearance due to masses of minute white hairs. They live in colonies of around 10,000 and are comprised of a queen, workers and drones.

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Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 30 Nov 2021 by PeterA Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 5 Sep 2020 by PeterA Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Tianjara, NSW - 5 Sep 2019 by Charles Dove Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 23 Feb 2018 by PeterA Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 2 Nov 2017 by PeterA Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 12 Oct 2017 by PeterA
Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 30 Nov 2021 by PeterA
Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 5 Sep 2020 by PeterA
Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Tianjara, NSW - 5 Sep 2019 by Charles Dove
Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 23 Feb 2018 by PeterA
Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 2 Nov 2017 by PeterA
Tetragonula carbonaria (Stingless bee) at Mogo, NSW - 12 Oct 2017 by PeterA

Species information

  • Tetragonula carbonaria Scientific name
  • Stingless bee Common name
  • Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • External link More information
  • Synonyms

    Trigona carbonaria

Location information

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