Photo de stock - Czech black bumblebee on Wild Teasel, Dipsacus fullonum Macro Close-up Flowerhead with large black bumblebee Bombus humilis, Brown-banded carder bee or Bombus terrestris, Buff-tailed Bumblebee Thumb-sized bee with no large yellow band, but whitish tail Nonaggressive Spiny blooming cone of the teasel plant which attracts birds, bees and butterflies as a food source Significant food plant for bees and butterflies Used for dried flowers ornaments The plant has labender flowers Seeds of the plant are important winter food for European Goldfinch Listed internationally as Class B nocious weed Is host plant for aphids, flies and beetles Fuller´s teasel In GRN, Germplasm Resources Information Network, is listed as bee plant, medicinal and ornamental plant of economic importance Found across Europe, North America, Australia in fields and waysides Grows very tall Historically teasel used in textiloe industry as weaving combs Traditional herbal medicine for Lyme Diseae, circulatory problems, antibiotic and eyewash

Photo de stock: Czech black bumblebee on Wild Teasel, Dipsacus fullonum  Macro  Close-up  Flowerhead with large black bumblebee  Bombus humilis.

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