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Endangered Insect Vario-Queen Bee


Bumble bees are important pollinators for crops and one of the few insects that pollinate tomatoes. The rusty-patched queen bee is unique compared to other North American bumble bees because she has a different color pattern than the worker bees.

Hand engraved on blackened steel, this queen rusty-patched bumble bee is slightly angled, but her intricate markings and wings are on full display.

Some color change can be expected as the piece ages and evolves. A light application of a household oil can help sustain the design. A care card will be included with your order.

Vario clasp only-chain sold separately. Components work specifically with vario system.

*Becky Thatcher Designs is donating 10% of sales from the Endangered Insect Collection to the Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy for use in habitat restoration.

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