Wow! Pili nut! was this grafted? cause Pili are Dioecious meaning they have a separate Male and Female plant like the Papaya.
Now, the bee! It is one of the carpenter bee species, the one that bores its nest in dead wood, maybe you are familiar with the black species. Is it good or bad? definitely good! Without this pollinator the male pollen won't be able to reach the female flower. Since you are producing fruits means the flower was pollinated properly and is fertile. If the fruit is not fertile then it will just fall off.
So when is the pili nut party? ;D schedule it when I'm on parole
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The Pili nut is considered a delicacy in Albay. When I was there during the Canon Photomarathon last year, it was the favorite item to bring back to Manila. Once you get used to the taste and flavor of this nut, you will always want to eat it. If you are going to invite Neon, I would like to tag along as I am almost certain that Neon is more interested in the bird than in the nuts. LOL.