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Is the sting of wool carder bee painful?
I've been studying and working with the wool-carder bee for 3 years. Never been stung. Females are very non-aggressive and will usually just try and get out of your way. Males are aggressive to other bees, but can't sting you. Very fun bee to watch, so take the time to watch them! Without fear of being stung.
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No, and it would probably do more harm than good!
It punctures your skin with a barb and then pumps venom through the barb into your body which causes pain and localised swelling. If this is done by a honey bee, the bee canno…t retrieve the barb and will die. A wasp however, can retrieve the barb and live to sting another day.
Bees sting for the same reason that wolves bite and horses kick. It is their defence mechanism; their means of protecting themselves and their hive.
they contract muscles in their thorax, and the stinger comes out and they press down and they sting.
A bee's stinger is located at the exterior end of its abdomen.
Stings from ground bees are not usually serious, and the pain should pass after an hour or two, though the swelling may take a day or two to go completely. If your symptoms ar…e more serious or if the swelling persists, seek medical advice.
The worker bee's sting is similar to egg laying organs. The stinger is located in the chamber end of the Abdomen, only sharp pointed shaft is protruded in to the person.… The sting contains The worker bee's sting is similar to egg laying organs. The stinger is located in the chamber end of the Abdomen, only sharp pointed shaft is protruded in to the person. The sting contains
i believe that the pain caused by a bee sting is caused by a strong acid which is injected by the sting itself. The substance in the toothpaste which causes the pain to …be minimised is not actually an acid, but a base. This substance is most likely sodium bicarbonate, which will neutalise the acid. Conversely wasp stings are caused by a strong alkalai substance and can be neutralised with a strong acid (such as vinegar)
Honey badgers do get stung, but they have a coarse coat and a tough skin which bees find difficult to penetrate with their stings.
sharp pain in the knee when kneeling can be due to injury to ligament, tendon; bursitis; osteoarthritis or rheumatic arthritis etc. You can take antiinflammatory medicines lik…e acetaminophen or ibuprofen and use ice pack. Avoid running up and down stairs .Doing knee exercise will help in stretching and strengthening the muscles that support the knee. Proper footwear is also important, especially if walking or running on hard surfaces. Keep your weight under control, it will reduce stress on the knee. You should get a thorough investigation done like blood test for rheumatic factor, X-ray of knee or MRI for diagnosis. Get in touch with a Orthopedician. Take care.
Bees sting out on you when you bother them, the more you boher them, the more bees sting you.
No..that's an old wifes tale. Try some insect bite creams from the RX drug store. Never heard of that. I have heard of making a paste of tenderizer and a small amount… of water to put on a sting. Also baking soda paste. Absolutely! It is not a wife's tale at all. When I was young and we were working out in the woods and got stung, the first thing we did is pee on it. I think it is the amonia in the urine. These other guys that answered are city people. It is country people that know about this home remedy.
Make a paste of water and baking soda and spread it on the site of the sting. This will take the pain away.
Well, wasp sting is more poisonous than bee sting