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2018, 16 x 20 3/4 inches tall, colored pencils, graphite pencils and pastels. A lower right hand corner detail from the body of 'Bees Disappearing as Pollinators' portrays many different bee species swarming Monarda flowers for nectar and/or pollen. There are three visual footnotes (horizontal bands) located along the bottom edge of the drawing which provide the viewer with additional plant information. They depict Monarda flower closeups with visiting bees and flies along with late summer seed head and leaves with accompanying insects.