No, there are no such things as "blue bees". There are only striped yellow & black bees. ============ yes there are,deep in the tropical rain forest`s,they are very metalic colored ranging from green to blue, and depending on light angle can change colors.they are very small and sting-less! blue is however the rarest color in the animal kingdom. ___ Yes there are Blue Bees. We have seen them many times in Hong Kong ... in fact one was just hovering over my desk as I had the window open. Instead of yellow and black stripes they have a beautiful blue and black stipes.
Not at all. Many nectar-bearing flowers are blue and are very attractive to bees.
Bees are attracted to bright colors, so they like bright blue.
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Cane toads pose no danger to blue banded bees.
lantana has No affect on these bees!
nectar Like honey bees, the blue banded bee eats nectar from flowers.
Blue banded bees do not eat lantana flowers. The majority of their diet comes from the nectar of blue flowers.
Blue Banded Bees are disappearing because of Pesticides and Lantana. Blue Banded Bees also die in winter because it is to cold for them. Blue Banded Bees are born in spring and then die three months later when they are adults in winter.
the blue banded bee is yellow blue and black
Blue tits eat insects
Blue banded bees are native to Australia, and found all over the Australian mainland. There are over 80 species of blue-banded bees altogether, and they are also found in many places throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
Blue-banded bees are species of the genus Amegilla (tribe Anthophorini) that have blue metallic colored bands around their abdomens. These are typically Australian species that nest in the soil.
Yes, they can be another color than yallow. They can be yellow, red, or blue.
Blue-banded bees are not used for cross-pollination with genetically modified crops. Although it would be a very rare occurrence, they might visit genetically modified crops if they nest in the neighbourhood, and might crosspollinate them.
they are like most bees and like many different types of flowers, except they love blue flowers hence the name blue banded bee.
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The blue banded bee (Amegilla cingulata) has been known to sting. However, they are not as aggressive as other types of bees.
male bees do not do any work. They do not live long.
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