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bee drinks from purple coneflower in ku plaza by Larry Burgess

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11:23 AM  Jul 11th, 2013
by Larry Burgess

Looking like a jet with swept-back wings a bee ingests nectar from a Purple Coneflower in KU Plaza. Some say bees are attracted to purple flowers, and when they visit blossoms for nectar, they also collect and distribute pollen which helps edible and ornamental plants.
7-11-13 by Larry Burgess

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