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honey bee

called also Apis mellifera. See also bee sting.
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Different lectures on the importance of natural pollinators especially on the honey bees were delivered by the experts.
Currently there is no significant genetic improvement of managed honey bees in Australia and anecdotal evidence suggests the quality of breeder queens is declining, Mr Blair said.
ISLAMABAD -- Honey Bees that are adapted to the local environment fare better at meeting challenges than bees purchased from a different home area, researchers have found.
Thirty apiarists from different parts of the sultanate in addition to two companies specialising in supplying honey bees took part in the market.
Honey bees forage for floral nectar that is collected and taken back to the hive, where it is transformed into honey.
The morphometrical studies of honey bees were comprehensively discussed by Ruttner et al.
Anything that raises awareness of our hardworking honey bees is excellent news but please remember to try not to step on a bee any other day too.
Hungry honey bees appear to favor flowers in agricultural areas over those in neighboring urban neighborhoods.
Foraging behavior in honey bees is determined by a variety of factors.
And Reisdorf, as part of his Jake Gives Back program, donates a portion of his honey sales proceeds to organizations that are expanding research and education efforts by addressing the production, nutritional value, health benefits, economics, and/or quality standards of honey bees and honey.
Honey bees have cast system consisting of queen, worker and drones.
Long-tongued bees include most of our readily recognizable species, including honey bees, bumble bees, carpenter bees, mason bees, and orchard bees.