Bombus distinguendus was Once present in much of the UK, this is one of our most declined bumblebees. Now confined to the far north of Scotland and a few areas of western Ireland. In these cooler locations, it does not usually emerge from hibernation before late May. Queens, workers and males are quite unique in appearance, being almost completely mustard-yellow, apart from a black band where the wings are attached to the thorax. Queens are large and have short, velvety hair, while workers and males have longer, sparser hairs.
The Yellow Bumble Bee Cufflinks were shaped to epitomize the fascinating facts about this insect. With its inspired style from a bee and its vibrant shade you can definitely brighten anyone's day. No doubt while wearing this ace piece you can lift anyone's mood by just having a glimpse at your regalia.
Colour: Silver, Yellow, Black
Cufflink Style: 1024-CL
Includes a small cylinder at the back that rotates 90 degrees to hold the cufflink in place
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