Do ladybugs eat honey bees?
No. Ladybugs do not eat honey bees.
no, but bees can eat ladybugs if there's nothing else to eat.
the bears are the ones that eat the honey the honey bees make.they eat the honey bees
Bees eat honey
Honey Bees use their antennae to eat and little mouths
honey bees eat no insects but do eat nectar
No, but they eat honey!
The reason why bees eat honey is because it taste good.
Honey bees do not eat mud. They eat nectar and pollen from flowers, as well as the honey that they make from nectar.
Honey bees eat nectar and pollen and in the winter they eat honey that they have made and saved during the summer.
honey bees eat honey
*Facepalm* Bees don't eat honey....they make it.
Bees eat pollen as well as nectar and honey.
yes they eat honey
yes, they do. All bees eat honey and collect pollen and nectar
Bees eat honey. actually bee's don't eat honey they produce it :-)
honey bees eat the honey that they make they make the honey from the pollen they collect from flowers
Yes, honey bees eat nectar and pollen.
They store it and eat it.
Honeybees eat honey or nectar, and pollen.
No. Only honey bees - Apis Mellifera - do that.
Bees eat honey. Bees ingest the nectar of plants and flowers only to regurgitate it (after it has mixed with enzymes in the bees stomach) as honey. The honey is placed into cells and capped with wax. In order for bees to survive the winter they have to have sufficient honey stored in the hive, because that is their food. Bees will also eat sugar syrup (thick sugar water). They do also eat pollen, but… Read More
Bees make honey to feed themselves during the winter when there are no flowers to supply them with nectar. So, they make honey in the summer and eat it in the winter.
Honey and pollen.
No. Bees drink nectar and eat honey or pollen.
No. Bees eat honey that they make from nectar of flowers.
Honey bees do not eat insects, they are completely vegetarian. They live on nectar and pollen collected from flowers.
They will eat aphids but bees are the best pollinator.
Honey. The bees build up a store of honey during the summer which they eat through the winter. Beekeepers will take a surplus of honey from the hive, but won't take all the honey there is. They also feed the bees with sugar syrup after taking the honey to make sure the bees have enough to see them through the winter.
Bees eat honey and also make it for the honeycombs that serve as nurseries for larvae and storage places for food.
Nectar/Honey and pollen.
So-called killer bees, more properly called Africanized honey bees, eat the same as any other honey bee: pollen and nectar.
Bees eat nectar and pollen that they collect off of the flowers. Honey bees will even eat the honey that they make from the pollen that they collect.
During the winter, bees eat honey. The honey is calorie-rich and carbohydrate-loaded honey, and is the perfect fuel. Worker bees eat this honey and use the energy it provides to fuel rapid contractions of their wing muscles. Pumping these muscles without flying creates heat.
Bees feed pollen to their larvas and eat the honey if the weather is too cold to search foor food.
No, they store it in a comb to eat later.
Honey Bees eat nectar from flowers. They also turn some of that nectar into honey, which is what they eat in the winter when there are no flowers.
True. When there is a large amount of nectar being collected, bees will store the surplus and convert it into honey. When necar is not available the bees will collect water and use it to dilute the honey so they can eat it. Bees can't eat honey without diluting it.
No. Bees are not carnivorous, they only eat plant nectar or diluted honey, and pollen.
Not as such. Bees do eat pollen grains, but otherwise they live on honey and nectar.
Honey is saved up and stored nectar. All bees share in it as a food source
Nectar and honey.
the honey they make !
Bees don't take honey to the hive (unless they have stolen it from another hive) but they collect nectar and take that to the hive, and make honey from it. Bees eat nectar and pollen, and surplus nectar they collect is made into honey for them to eat when nectar is not available. thanks
It depeneds on the ladybug. It may eat it and it might not.
Bats probably eat very few honey bees, but not because they don't necessary like them. Bats are by nature nocturnal, but bees are not, so when the bats are flying the bees will be in their hives; and the bats will be in their roosts when the bees are flying.
Yes, cause it's sweet just the same as bees, they eat honey.
"No bears don't eat honey bees just the honey :) <3" by: navya
Honey is made by bees above ground while fish swim underwater. No, Fish do not eat honey.
There are, as far as I can find out, no animals that specifically eat bees. There are, however, animals, such as bears, that will attack a bee colony in order to get at the honey.