Yes. Some people are allergic to the venom and can die by a single sting. It is important to rake or scrape the stinger out of your skin so stop the venom from injecting further into your blood.
Queen bees are not poisonous.
No. No bees are poisonous. She never leaves the nest, so even if she was no one would get harmed by her.
Not in the sense of being "poisonous", no. There are no poisonous honey bees. However, all honey bees have a chemical they produce when they die by stinging someone that causes their sting to be more painful than simply being punctured.
Sweat bees, just like other bees do sting and can cause reactions in people with allergies. Sweat bees refer to various types of bees that are attracted to human sweat.
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No, completely harmless. You can even have them as house pets.
Silk worms are not poisonous. Like bees, they have been domesticated by humans and are not a danger to people or animals.
Grounds bees are only dangerous if you have an allergy to bee stings. They are not more dangerous than other bee varieties.
it uses it to breathe and cough out poisonous insects like bees
I don't think so my cat has eaten many bees and is still alive. but if your cat in allergic than it could be.
Not all the time, some insects produce venom that is not poisonous like :The ringneck snake.
== == Are they honey bees? Because if they are, I wouldn't kill them. I would call a bee keeper. While Bees may be annoying to you, they are extremely important. They are the reason why we have flowers, plants, fruits and vegetables.
Without going into too much detail, petrol vapour is poisonous to wasps, bees, and a lot of other insects.
Yes. Bee venom is poisonous but, ignoring any possible allergic reaction, the sting from a small number of bees will not be enough to do any harm. But stings from a large number of bees, in the order of hundreds, can prove fatal. The record number of stings one person has received and still survived was 2,243.
The collective nouns for a group of bees are:a bike of beesa charm of beesa cluster of beesan erst of beesa game of beesa grist of beesa hive of beesa hum of beesa nest of beesa rabble of beesa swarm of bees
The collective nouns for bees are:a bike of beesa charm of beesa cluster of beesan erst of beesa game of beesa grist of beesa hive of beesa hum of beesa nest of beesa rabble of beesa swarm of beesThe collective nouns for bells are:a peal of bellsa carillon of bellsa change of bells
Killer bees are known as deadly not because their venom is more poisonous, but because their victims will receive a larger quantity of venom. Killer bees are highly territorial and defensive so when they feel threatened, they swarm around their victim, stinging hundreds of times.
The general collective noun for insects is a swarm of insects.The specific collective nouns for bees are:a bike of beesa charm of beesa cluster of beesa drift of beesa game of beesa grist of beesa hive of beesa hum of beesa rabble of beesa stand of bees
Collective nouns for bees are:a bike of beesa charm of beesa cluster of beesan erst of beesa game of beesa grist of beesa hive of beesa hum of beesa nest of beesa rabble of beesa swarm of beesCollective nouns for flies are:a business of fliesa cloud of fliesa grist of fliesa hatch of fliesa swarm of flies
The yellow and black stripes on a bee are a warning to predators that the bee is distasteful, poisonous, or otherwise not good to eat. So, this is a defense mechanism for the bee.
Actually, the 'worker-bees' are 'Lez-Bees'.
In nature, anything with bold yellow and black stripes is usually poisonous, unpalatable or dangerous. Wasps and bees fall into the last category because they can sting. Some insects, such as hoverflies, imitate the colouring as a form of self-protection, even though they are otherwise harmless.