Can be stinger stay in you when they sting you?
If you meant a 'bee stinger' - then yes. Unlike wasps, the sting of a bee has a tiny barb - when a bee stings something, the barb makes the sting stay put. This means the sting pulls out of the bees body - killing the bee in the process.
Bees die when they sting because their stinger gets stuck inside something and the stinger brakes.The bees can't live without their stinger.
No, They sting with their stinger. I don't believe their stinger comes out after, so are able to sting multiple times. Edit: Unlike honey bees, which lose their stinger after one stinging because it is barbed, bumble bees do not lose their stinger, and can sting multiple times.
No. A dolphin does not sting because it does not have a stinger.
A wasp stinger has no barbs on it so it can withdraw the stinger and sting again and again. Thus it CAN sting just once but if it so chooses it can sting more than once.
They sting, but only once with a barbed stinger. and when it stings the stinger is ripped from its abdomen and it flies away and dies.
A yellow jacket's stinger is not barbed like a honeybee. Therefore, the yellow jacket can sting repeatedly.
Neither of these is what happens when a scorpion stings something. Their stinger stays intact and they can use it multiple times to sting things and they do not die after they sting.
In the UK at least, wasp stings are alkaline, so you can help treat the sting with a weak acid such as vinegar. But don't use strong acid!! Bees generally have an acidic sting venom. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_pH_is_wasp_sting#ixzz1NHvqDbgh A bee's stinger is barbed - when they sting you, the stinger lodges in your skin. After they sting you, they die as internal organs get torn when they leave the stinger in the stingee. A wasp's… Read More
IF something happens to the bee and it doesn't use its stinger and it dies, it still has its stinger. The stinger is still able to be used even after death. So if you step on a dead bee it can still sting you.
with the stinger in their bottom.
Grasshoppers have no stinger.
No, they have no stinger.
The stinger on his butt
Get the stinger out
no No, they can sting repeatedly and never lose a stinger. Bees, however, can only sting once, because their stinger comes out and sticks to the wound.
no because they dont sting at all and the dont have a stinger
A wasp's sting. The wasp sting is worse because their stinger is smooth making them able to pull it out smoothly and shove it in again. A bee's stinger is barbed like a fishing hook so they can't pull it out.
No, a wasp cannot lose its stinger. However, honeybees do lose their stinger (and life) when they sting a person. And their stinger continues to pump venom into the victim after it has become detached from the bee. The stinger of the wasp is not barbed and can be used again and again, while the honeybee stinger is barbed and remains in victim's skin.
they contract muscles in their thorax, and the stinger comes out and they press down and they sting.
yes they do infact they die when they sting you
The ants' sting is for their defense.
Bees leave their stinger in the skin after only stinging once. Wasps can sting over and over and do not leave their stinger.
Ants don't have a stinger, so they can't sting you. However they can bite, which hurts like a sting.
Jellyfish can sting you through clothes because they shoot a barded stinger into the victim (this can penetrate cloth) the jellyfish then injects poison down the stinger
Queen and worker bumblebees can sting. Unlike a honey bee's stinger, a bumblebee's stinger doesn't have barbs, so they can sting more than once. Bumblebees are not normally aggressive, but they will sting in defence of their nest, or if they are harmed.
yes, they will sting them multiple times cause they will never lose there stinger./
No the stinger is not left in the skin from Wasps or Hornets. They just sting you and pull it out. Only Honey Bees leave a stinger in you. My family are beekeepers so I have been stung by many bees but since honey bees die when they loose their stinger they don't sting unless they feel threatened.
A bee's sting is at the tip of its abdomen.
take out the stinger..........
If it is a good sting, the venom sac will remain with the stinger. If the bee keeps the stinger, he will live. While some bee species, like the honey bee can only sting once before dying; some bees species, like the bumblebee, can sting multiple times and still live. this is because the honey bee stinger is barbed and tears off whie stinging, while the bumblebee has a smooth stinger that does not tear… Read More
Honey bees sting only once. These are the stingers that have the venom sack attached to it and the stinger detaches from the bee. A yellowjacket bee can sting many times as the stinger remains on the bee and can inject venom many times.
yes if you touch the stinger and the yellow jacket hasn't stung anyone else becasue once they sting someone or something their stinger wont grow back
Wasp sting. It hurts like hell. I am on a hippo! :D The wasp sting is worse because their stinger is smooth making them able to pull it out smoothly and shove it in again. A bee's stinger is barbed like a fishing hook so they can't pull it out.
in the back of its body see if you aggravate it it will land on you push down the abdomen at the back of its body and release the stinger into you're body but it will take the stinger back so it can release the stinger once again (but it can sting you more than just twice) but if you don't aggravate it or pass into its property it will not have a reason to… Read More
No. They have a smooth stinger and can withdraw it easily. They can also sting more than once.
Yellow jacket wasps STING... they have a small barbed stinger. They don't bite.
No male carpenter bees can't sting because they don't have a stinger.
Many bees die after they sting you. Others like the killerbee, don't. This is because regular bees, when they sting you, the stinger is attached to one of their organs. When they sting you, that organ comes out of the bee along with the stinger, resulting in the bee shortly after dying.
no, so they can sting multiple times, bees die after stinging but the stinger left behind continues to pup in venom, you need to remove the stinger.
They die because when they fly off after delivering the sting, some internal organs are ripped out of the insect. The barbed stinger remains in the victim, and the stinger is attached to organs inside the bee.
once. the sting the bee gives causes the stinger to release into the person and tear from the bee itself. The bee thus soon reportedly dies as a result of the removal of its stinger.
No. European honeybees permenantly lose their stinger after stinging a victim, and the bee dies. The Africanized honeybee (the "killer bee") does not lose its stinger and can sting multiple times.
You are correct, it is called a stinger. ---- Actually, stinger is the colloquial term. It is more properly called a sting. (See the related link)
When a bee stings someone, the stinger lodges in the person, the lower part of the bee is torn from the upper part. The bee dies soon after. A wasp can sting a person and live (because the stinger comes out after the sting), but a bee will die.
the female has a stinger but the male does not
because they dont have a stinger.
bees can if they have a stinger so probably
there stinger falls out and that painfulness kills them
they cant they dont have a stinger
Unlike bees, wasps do not have barbs on their stingers. They can sting repeatedly because the stinger does not get pulled out.