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With camera in hand, insect photographer James Dorey traveled the country capturing the diversity of our native bees up close.
Green and Gold Nomia Bee Lipotriches (Austronomia) australica
One of the first native bees that I ever photographed this green and gold nomia bee is one of those that really kicked off my passion for our native pollinators.
Photo credit: James Dorey