They are both insects although one is social in many species, but their life-cycle is otherwise very similar - egg, grub, pupa, adult. Depending on species, one cycle can be from a few weeks to many months in either case. More details depends a great deal on precisely what species you are considering as differences in life cycle between some bee species are as great as between some bees and butterflies. they are both insects that pass through metamorphosis, but then all insects go through metamorphosis.
Butterflies start out as caterpillars and hatch from the chrysalis as an adult. Bees are born from eggs and go through complete metamorphosis.
bees are not in a cocoon so that's the different
3 animals with similar life cycles of the cockroach are the butterfly, the bee and the ladybug. Any member of the Insecta class will have a similarly life cycle.
The butterfly does not belong to a colony, but the bee is part of a hive.
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egg larve bee
No, a butterfly does not compete for food with a honey bee. There is usually enough nectar for both of them.
the life cycle is egg , grub , puppa , adult
There is a few different bee motto's. The most popular bee motto is "float like a butterfly sting like a bee".
Carpenter Bee Humming Bird Honey Bee Andrena Bees Monarch Butterfly Zebra-Striped Butterfly Moths
An insect that looks like a butterfly, a dragonfly, and a bee is likely what is called an American lady butterfly. They are usually found in the North American Midwest such as Kansas and Oklahoma.
Muhammad Ali: Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.
That would probably by a bumble bee moth.
A bee or butterfly is an example. Or a flower...
a bee or butterfly.
The Romantic Element emphasized in "The bee is not afraid of you, you know the butterfly" is a love of and reverence for nature.
bumble bee its honey.
"Float Like a Bee and Sting Like a Butterfly" By Muhammad Ali The correct answer is actually "Float like a Butterfly, Sting like a Bee"
Nahby (Nabi, Na-bee)