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Thankyou wilheeny. I am no good at ID-ing bees. But this bee was not a small bee. Is it just that they are called small garden bumblebees, even though they are not small?
Not really to sure if i am honest. Its worth doing a search for some bee id charts because most of the larger ones are easy to ID. :)
Its just an English name and is used to distinguish it from the "large Garden Bumble bee" Bombus ruderatus (which isn't actually much bigger, and is not generally found in gardens!)
Thankyou very much eucera and wilheeny :)
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