Posts Tagged: Brood X
Have you seen Brood X cicadas up close and personal? If not, you're probably in the wrong state....
This close-up image of a Brood X cicada is from the Horsepen Branch Park, Bowie, MD. (Photo by Kelly Hamby)
An aggregation of Brood X at the Patuxtent Research Reserve, Laurel, Md. (Photo by Kelly Hamby)
A large aggregation of Brood X at the Patuxtent Research Reserve, Laurel, Md. (Photo by Kelly Hamby)
Scientists say that within several weeks, trillions of cicadas from Brood X will emerge in 15...
Photographer Allan Jones found this cicada in the Ruth Risdon Storer Garden of the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden several years ago. It appears to be a Okanagana arboraria, according to Louie Yang of the UC Davis Department of Entomology and Nematology faculty. (Photo by Allan Jones)
Yes, bears raid honey bee colonies. But it's primarily for the bee brood, not the honey. The...
This is what bear damage to a hive looks like. This photo was provided by Jackie Park-Burris of Palo Cedro, who owns Jackie Park-Burris Queens. (Photo courtesy of Jackie-Park Burris)
A bear scattered frames all over this bee yard as it went for the brood, and then the honey. (Photo courtesy of Jackie Park-Burris, Palo Cedro)
A bear wreaked havoc in this bee yard. (Photo courtesy of Jackie Park-Burris, Palo Cedro)
This image of a bear snagging fish was taken at Lake Tahoe by Eric Mussen, Extension apiculturist emeritus, UC Davis Department of Entomology and Nematology. He's been answering questions about bears and bees for more than three decades.