Feral European Honeybees in Tree Hollow

Feral European Honeybees are a serious threat to biodiversity in many parts of South Australia. They displace native fauna from tree hollows, and they can outcompete native fauna for nectar and pollen. This photo of a very large, established feral colony was taken in the Dry Creek Corridor at Modbury.

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