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Killers Africanized Honeybees. An Africanized bee gorges itself on nectar and gathers pellets of pollen from a flower of the Datura arborea, Cuetzalam, Puebla, MexicoKillers Africanized Honeybees. An Africanized bee gorges itself on nectar and gathers pellets of pollen from a flower of the Datura arborea, Cuetzalam, Puebla, MexicoKillers Africanized Honeybees. An Africanized bee gorges itself on nectar and gathers pellets of pollen from a flower of the Datura arborea, Cuetzalam, Puebla, Mexico© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Killers Africanized Honeybees. An Africanized bee gorges itself

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Stingless bee (Melipona beecheii) on a comb, Mexico. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeStingless bee (Melipona beecheii) on a comb, Mexico. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeStingless bee (Melipona beecheii) on a comb, Mexico. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Stingless bee (Melipona beecheii) on a comb, Mexico. Mexico

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Organic coffee is the main export of Tosepan. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeOrganic coffee is the main export of Tosepan. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeOrganic coffee is the main export of Tosepan. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Organic coffee is the main export of Tosepan. Mexico stingless

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Of the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii, only leaves a very narrow entrance to its trunk hive to protect itself from attack by predators and rivals. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeOf the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii, only leaves a very narrow entrance to its trunk hive to protect itself from attack by predators and rivals. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeOf the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii, only leaves a very narrow entrance to its trunk hive to protect itself from attack by predators and rivals. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Of the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii,

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Maya bees (Melipona beecheii) gorge themselves with honey during the harvest. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeMaya bees (Melipona beecheii) gorge themselves with honey during the harvest. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeMaya bees (Melipona beecheii) gorge themselves with honey during the harvest. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Maya bees (Melipona beecheii) gorge themselves with honey during

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Maya bees (Melipona beecheii) gorge themselves with honey during the harvest. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeMaya bees (Melipona beecheii) gorge themselves with honey during the harvest. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeMaya bees (Melipona beecheii) gorge themselves with honey during the harvest. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Maya bees (Melipona beecheii) gorge themselves with honey during

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Of the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii, only leaves a very narrow entrance to its trunk hive to protect itself from attack by predators and rivals. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeOf the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii, only leaves a very narrow entrance to its trunk hive to protect itself from attack by predators and rivals. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeOf the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii, only leaves a very narrow entrance to its trunk hive to protect itself from attack by predators and rivals. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Of the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii,

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The brood cells of the bees of the meliponini family are laid out horizontally, unlike those of European bees. These cells are constantly filled with new eggs. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe brood cells of the bees of the meliponini family are laid out horizontally, unlike those of European bees. These cells are constantly filled with new eggs. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe brood cells of the bees of the meliponini family are laid out horizontally, unlike those of European bees. These cells are constantly filled with new eggs. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The brood cells of the bees of the meliponini family are laid out

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Two beecheii bees cling to a wax surface. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeTwo beecheii bees cling to a wax surface. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeTwo beecheii bees cling to a wax surface. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Two beecheii bees cling to a wax surface. Mexico stingless

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The opening to a melipona beecheii’s trunk hive sealed at each end with dried earth. When Hernan Cortés landed with his armada in 1519, he discovered apiaries made up of several hundreds of hollowed out trunks placed horizontally in the shelter of palms. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe opening to a melipona beecheii’s trunk hive sealed at each end with dried earth. When Hernan Cortés landed with his armada in 1519, he discovered apiaries made up of several hundreds of hollowed out trunks placed horizontally in the shelter of palms. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe opening to a melipona beecheii’s trunk hive sealed at each end with dried earth. When Hernan Cortés landed with his armada in 1519, he discovered apiaries made up of several hundreds of hollowed out trunks placed horizontally in the shelter of palms. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The opening to a melipona beecheii’s trunk hive sealed at each

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The seven women from the association “Ah Mucen Kab” around a trunk hive with a raffia roof in Leydi Araceli Pech Martin’s family garden.   The association endeavors to prevent this endemic bee from becoming extinct on the peninsula. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe seven women from the association “Ah Mucen Kab” around a trunk hive with a raffia roof in Leydi Araceli Pech Martin’s family garden.   The association endeavors to prevent this endemic bee from becoming extinct on the peninsula. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe seven women from the association “Ah Mucen Kab” around a trunk hive with a raffia roof in Leydi Araceli Pech Martin’s family garden.   The association endeavors to prevent this endemic bee from becoming extinct on the peninsula. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The seven women from the association “Ah Mucen Kab” around a

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Of the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii, only leaves a very narrow entrance to its trunk hive to protect itself from attack by predators and rivals. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeOf the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii, only leaves a very narrow entrance to its trunk hive to protect itself from attack by predators and rivals. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeOf the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii, only leaves a very narrow entrance to its trunk hive to protect itself from attack by predators and rivals. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Of the size of a European bee, the Maya bee, melipona beecheii,

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An Africanized bee gorges itself on nectar and gathers pellets of pollen from a flower of the datura arborea genus. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeAn Africanized bee gorges itself on nectar and gathers pellets of pollen from a flower of the datura arborea genus. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeAn Africanized bee gorges itself on nectar and gathers pellets of pollen from a flower of the datura arborea genus. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Unlike the European apis mellifera, the trigona scaptotrigona bee does not store the stock of honey and pollen in hexagonal cells, but in pockets sitting outside the brood cells. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeUnlike the European apis mellifera, the trigona scaptotrigona bee does not store the stock of honey and pollen in hexagonal cells, but in pockets sitting outside the brood cells. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeUnlike the European apis mellifera, the trigona scaptotrigona bee does not store the stock of honey and pollen in hexagonal cells, but in pockets sitting outside the brood cells. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Unlike the European apis mellifera, the trigona scaptotrigona bee

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A trigona scaptotrigona bee on a coffee flower. The breeding of this bee brings the cooperative an undeniable extra in terms of the pollination of the coffee plants and therefore the quality of the coffee beans. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeA trigona scaptotrigona bee on a coffee flower. The breeding of this bee brings the cooperative an undeniable extra in terms of the pollination of the coffee plants and therefore the quality of the coffee beans. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeA trigona scaptotrigona bee on a coffee flower. The breeding of this bee brings the cooperative an undeniable extra in terms of the pollination of the coffee plants and therefore the quality of the coffee beans. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A trigona scaptotrigona bee on a coffee flower. The breeding of

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Tosepan has an educational apiary. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeTosepan has an educational apiary. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeTosepan has an educational apiary. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Tosepan has an educational apiary. Mexico stingless honeybees and

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The face covered in stingless bees, the beekeeper only has to fear a few inconsequential bites. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe face covered in stingless bees, the beekeeper only has to fear a few inconsequential bites. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe face covered in stingless bees, the beekeeper only has to fear a few inconsequential bites. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The face covered in stingless bees, the beekeeper only has to

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Hand gathering from an earthen hive. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeHand gathering from an earthen hive. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeHand gathering from an earthen hive. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand gathering from an earthen hive. Mexico stingless honeybees

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Belonging to the meliponini tribe, the trigona scaptotrigona’s brood cells are built on the horizontal, contrary to those of the European apis mellifera. These cells are constantly filled with new eggs. The stores of honey and pollen are placed around the brood cells in pockets. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeBelonging to the meliponini tribe, the trigona scaptotrigona’s brood cells are built on the horizontal, contrary to those of the European apis mellifera. These cells are constantly filled with new eggs. The stores of honey and pollen are placed around the brood cells in pockets. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeBelonging to the meliponini tribe, the trigona scaptotrigona’s brood cells are built on the horizontal, contrary to those of the European apis mellifera. These cells are constantly filled with new eggs. The stores of honey and pollen are placed around the brood cells in pockets. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Belonging to the meliponini tribe, the trigona scaptotrigona’s

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A trigona scaptotrigona bee takes flight from the wax cone at the entrance to the earthen hive. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeA trigona scaptotrigona bee takes flight from the wax cone at the entrance to the earthen hive. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeA trigona scaptotrigona bee takes flight from the wax cone at the entrance to the earthen hive. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The terra-cotta hives of the trigona scaptotrigona bees are called dashkat in Totonac, which means honey of the jungle, the woods. Families who still have two or three ceramic hives are starting to increase their bee stock at Tosepan’s instigation. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe terra-cotta hives of the trigona scaptotrigona bees are called dashkat in Totonac, which means honey of the jungle, the woods. Families who still have two or three ceramic hives are starting to increase their bee stock at Tosepan’s instigation. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe terra-cotta hives of the trigona scaptotrigona bees are called dashkat in Totonac, which means honey of the jungle, the woods. Families who still have two or three ceramic hives are starting to increase their bee stock at Tosepan’s instigation. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The guard bees watch over the entrance to the hive, a veritable takeoff runway built of wax. The populations of trigona scaptotrigona can mainly be found on the central plateaus of Mexico (Sierra Madre). This bee is kept for its honey and for the pollination of the coffee plants. The trigona scaptotrigona can also be found in Africa and Australia. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe guard bees watch over the entrance to the hive, a veritable takeoff runway built of wax. The populations of trigona scaptotrigona can mainly be found on the central plateaus of Mexico (Sierra Madre). This bee is kept for its honey and for the pollination of the coffee plants. The trigona scaptotrigona can also be found in Africa and Australia. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeThe guard bees watch over the entrance to the hive, a veritable takeoff runway built of wax. The populations of trigona scaptotrigona can mainly be found on the central plateaus of Mexico (Sierra Madre). This bee is kept for its honey and for the pollination of the coffee plants. The trigona scaptotrigona can also be found in Africa and Australia. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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In Tepetisnda, a woman in tradition Nahuatl dress brings flowers to Maria Rosa. Kept by the women since time immemorial in earthen pots standing against the walls of the houses, the stingless trigona (trigona scaptotrigona) provides the perfect example of sedentary apiculture practiced for self-sufficiency. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn Tepetisnda, a woman in tradition Nahuatl dress brings flowers to Maria Rosa. Kept by the women since time immemorial in earthen pots standing against the walls of the houses, the stingless trigona (trigona scaptotrigona) provides the perfect example of sedentary apiculture practiced for self-sufficiency. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn Tepetisnda, a woman in tradition Nahuatl dress brings flowers to Maria Rosa. Kept by the women since time immemorial in earthen pots standing against the walls of the houses, the stingless trigona (trigona scaptotrigona) provides the perfect example of sedentary apiculture practiced for self-sufficiency. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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In Tepetisnda, a woman in tradition Nahuatl dress brings flowers

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In Tepetisnda, a woman in tradition Nahuatl dress brings flowers to Maria Rosa. Kept by the women since time immemorial in earthen pots standing against the walls of the houses, the stingless trigona (trigona scaptotrigona) provides the perfect example of sedentary apiculture practiced for self-sufficiency. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn Tepetisnda, a woman in tradition Nahuatl dress brings flowers to Maria Rosa. Kept by the women since time immemorial in earthen pots standing against the walls of the houses, the stingless trigona (trigona scaptotrigona) provides the perfect example of sedentary apiculture practiced for self-sufficiency. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn Tepetisnda, a woman in tradition Nahuatl dress brings flowers to Maria Rosa. Kept by the women since time immemorial in earthen pots standing against the walls of the houses, the stingless trigona (trigona scaptotrigona) provides the perfect example of sedentary apiculture practiced for self-sufficiency. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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In Tepetisnda, a woman in tradition Nahuatl dress brings flowers

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In the Tosepan offices in Cuetzalam, meetings amongst honey producers tackle problems of health and hygiene in addition to the subject of increasing the stingless bee population. Tosepan’s goal is to put into place apiaries of 100 hives per family. The producers presently have on average 30 hives, but this number varies from 10 to 278 hives. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn the Tosepan offices in Cuetzalam, meetings amongst honey producers tackle problems of health and hygiene in addition to the subject of increasing the stingless bee population. Tosepan’s goal is to put into place apiaries of 100 hives per family. The producers presently have on average 30 hives, but this number varies from 10 to 278 hives. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn the Tosepan offices in Cuetzalam, meetings amongst honey producers tackle problems of health and hygiene in addition to the subject of increasing the stingless bee population. Tosepan’s goal is to put into place apiaries of 100 hives per family. The producers presently have on average 30 hives, but this number varies from 10 to 278 hives. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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In the Tosepan offices in Cuetzalam, meetings amongst honey

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In Cuetzalam, the Totonac tradition of voladores is still very much alive. On the village square, a group of dancers throw themselves from the top of an enormous rough-hewn tree trunk. In the surrounding villages, each square still has its volador pole. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn Cuetzalam, the Totonac tradition of voladores is still very much alive. On the village square, a group of dancers throw themselves from the top of an enormous rough-hewn tree trunk. In the surrounding villages, each square still has its volador pole. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable tradeIn Cuetzalam, the Totonac tradition of voladores is still very much alive. On the village square, a group of dancers throw themselves from the top of an enormous rough-hewn tree trunk. In the surrounding villages, each square still has its volador pole. Mexico stingless honeybees and equitable trade© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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In Cuetzalam, the Totonac tradition of voladores is still very

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