It's like with zebras. no one knows.
Most bees have thoraxes and heads that are black in color, indicating that the natural color of the bee is black. Then a bee is black with yellow stripes.
Most bumble bees have yellow and black stripes.
Some bees have black and yellow stripes which may be made from the color of their exoskeleton or the colors of setae (hairs). They may also have black and white stripes or no stripes at all.
No. They are black with yellow stripes; or yellow with black stripes. Does it really matter?
Most bees are yellow and black and have stripes. However, a bee that has two stripes is most likely a bumblebee.
Bees have stripes that are black and yellow.
to scare away preditors
The black and yellow stripes that bees and wasps share are to warn other animals (including humans) that they are dangerous. That is why people get alarmed when they see any flying insect with black and yellow stripes. The hover fly for example has black and yellow stripes. People are scared of them, even though they are completely harmless.
Yes, there are many bees with stripes that are not bumble bees. Honey bees for one have stripes, along with many other bees, wasps and bee and wasp mimics. Black and yellow and black and white stripes serve as an easily identifiable warning coloration that helps reduce predation on all the bees and wasps that wear them.
no. Not all bees are striped. The bumblebee is the one you see with the black and yellow stripes
No. They are mostly black with yellow stripes but there are lots of different species.
a bees structural adaptation is that that they are black with yellow stripes and that bees can camouflage into flower petals but some cant.
Bees and wasps have black and yellow stripes to warn other animals that they are dangerous. The evolution of animal coloration is used not only to warn but also for camouflage, mimicry, distraction, and protection.
It depends on the species of the bee. Some bee's bottoms are black. Others are black with yellow stripes. While others have grey stripes. There are over 250 species of bees and they all look different.
No. That is in their DNA
No, they are not. They are orange with black stripes NOT black with orange/yellow stripes.
No, there are not. The bumble bee and the honey bee are two separate species. Bumble bees are rounded and hairy. Their colour ranges between different shades of black and yellow stripes. Their large size makes them less productive than honey bees. Honey bees are slim and wasp-like. They have stripes of varying yellow and black shades, but they also have grey stripes along their abdomen. Because they are slim, they are faster and therefore better honey collectors than bumble bees.
A baby turtle with yellow and black stripes is usually a yellow-bellied slider. Their skin is striped yellow and black, and their shells have yellow and black swirls.
to whoever asked this question it does not make sense.bees have black and yellow stripesthe only other things on there back are wings.Please revise and change the question
it is not black and yellow its black and yellow STRIPES :to warn other animals
The black-and-yellow longhorn is a beetle that is black with yellow stripes.Specifically, the beetle in question (Typocerus sparsus) has a black head, thorax and abdomen. The hardened, outer set of wings on the upper body also is black, but with yellow stripes. The mature longhorn will showcase three or four horizontally-running yellow stripes.
There are a few types of bees that can be described as having gray and black stripes. This includes the mining bee and the white faced hornet.
Coral snakes have red, yellow, and black stripes.
I heard something about a patato bug and bees. Either way it doesn't sound good.
A bee has yellow, orange, and black stripes and four legs.