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A number of years ago I had a late flowering humming bird plant that had black and yellow bees all over it. They don't sting but stayed busy until the first freeze. Then they disappeared until this year. On my only sunflower (a small flowering kind) I found these 2 bees (same yellow and black) but young ones. I am excited to see them grow and pollinate where all else have failed.

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If anyone knows the name of my yellow and black sting-less bees, let me know. I do have a saved grown one in my butterfly collection. I can take a picture of if any one wishes. In the picture here they are about l/2 the size they will get when grown. Thanks in advance.

By fuzzytufts from South Georgia

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June 30, 20110 found this helpful

They're very beneficial and are called Cicada Killers. They can sting but are not aggressive.

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June 30, 20110 found this helpful

Thanks a lot donna60.

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June 30, 20110 found this helpful

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