Scientific Name: Bombus spp.

Bumblebees, members of the genus Bombus, are important pollinators found throughout Huntington Beach, California. These fuzzy insects have robust bodies covered in dense hair, making them excellent pollinators for a wide range of flowering plants. Bumblebee species vary in size and coloration, with some displaying black and yellow stripes, while others have more subdued color patterns. They are most active during the warmer months of the year, visiting flowers to collect nectar and pollen.

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