search the Beediverse Blog


Daily Archives: February 3, 2011

Since the beginning of this blog (Dec 12th of 2010) people have visited from 19 countries.  They have requested 1876 Page views. Below is a list of countries that have visited with the number of page views
USA 925
Canada 829
France 27
Malaysia 21
Turkey 18
Germany 11
United Kingdom 11
Australia 6
India 4
Slovakia 3
Israel, Denmark, India, Romania, Russia, Bulgaria, Brazil, Finland and Greece ( less than 3)

I find this interest quite fascinating.  I know there are Osmia species in Europe, Asia, and North America, but I am not sure if Osmia species exist in South America.  Osmia species do not exist in Australia.  If you have a story or questions please let me know.

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Popular Posts

Super walls- a closeup

Super walls- a closeup

December 10th, 2013

   When bee finds a nesting tunnel in wood, plastic or some other material, the female bee will plac[...]

Stop parasitic wasps by using a net bag

Stop parasitic wasps by using a net bag

December 10th, 2013

From summer to early winter place mason bee homes inside a net bag.  This will prevent your mason be[...]

Winter cocoon storage in the Kootenays

Winter cocoon storage in the Kootenays

December 28th, 2013

A question from Anne in the Kootenays (BC). " I was given your starting kit as a gift, and I [...]

Nesting with abundance- Frank

Nesting with abundance- Frank

January 23rd, 2014

"Hi Margriet .. I'm a little late in sending you my usual "annual report" on the cocoon harvesting b[...]

Ezy-harvest of tubes- and it is!

Ezy-harvest of tubes- and it is!

January 4th, 2014

Cardboard tubes are used as nesting material for mason bees.  Tubes are one of the many different ty[...]