How many eggs can a Queen ant lay in 1 day?
Between 800-1,500 per day
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2 to 20 eggs and btw don't try to breed your turtles this may cause birth defects without a lamp heater so be careful and turtles are best outside not in cages. You shouln't let your turtle go though if it has lived in a cage for ost of its life. please take care of it and have fun with the baby tur…tles ( Full Answer )
No the red ant soldiers would have have killed the Carpenter Ant before it could reach the Queen Red Ant it would only probably get 10 Feet out of 25 to 50 Ft. down there he would probably then be Eaten by the soldiers before the larvae Section of the nest because the Queen would have sent the soldi…ers to stop him because in a Nest The Carpenter Ant would have to cross the Larvae section to get to the Queen But if he made it past that he would have been attacked By the Drones which have wings if he made it past them he would fight the King Red Ant which is about 7 Cm. smaller than the Queen Red Ant and if he made it past that he would Confront the Queen Which the Carpenter Ant would have to have a gift for her or she'll reject him and he will have to go as fast as he can back out ( Full Answer )
You do the math:) - Depends on the Duck... I have been raising ducks for egg production for almost 30 years. We now raise a hybrid for egg production called the White Golden Layer or White Layer. There is also a Golden 300 which is similar. These duck's lay approximately 250 -300 eggs per year. The…y will lay eggs in full production for about ten years sometimes more sometimes less. In contrast some wild species will lay just a few per year. ( Full Answer )
normally they have 1 or 2 eggs a day but they do NOT lay eggs every day. The actual time it takes for a hen to make an egg and lay it is 24 to 26 hours. Then the hen rests about 30 minutes or so before starting to make another one. In addition to resting about 1/2 hour each time an egg is laid, s…ome hens rest about every 3 to 5 days and others rest about every 10 days. Some hens hardly rest at all. The resting times increase the total time to lay an egg. ( Full Answer )
HOW MANY EGGS DOES A QUEEN ANT HAVE?: Depending on the ants spiceies the amount will vary (change) many types of queen ants have between (75-100) eggs a day! it might seem unbielievable but it is true..... the reason you dont see that many ants is because many of the eggs will not survive for vario…us reasons...... and because the nurse ,worker ,and feeding ants sadly do not live too long...... although queen ants have been recorded to live as long as 65 years. ( Full Answer )
i think a few days or a week, i think so don't take my word for it.
On an average 2000 ova (or eggs) are laid by queen bee in a single day.
A well-mated and well-fed queen of quality stock can lay about 2,000 eggs per day.
One Chicken anatomy is such that a hen can only form one egg every 23 to 26 hours. This is the best they can do but some chickens will only lay one or two per week.
Queens mate and they birth by growing a HUGE "tail like structure" that holds many eggs, up to like 140. Then the ants go pop out the back aftr a couple weeks
In winter, the queen will lay very few eggs, but at the height of summer she can lay up to 2,000 eggs a day.
Once established a Queen will lay close to 1000 eggs per day. This fact and more information on termites can be found via the related link attached to this answer.
1 and a half hens lay 1 and a half eggs in 1 and a half days how many eggs would 6 hens lay in 7 days?
6.666 or 7..... ___________ Hmm... tough to crack, so to speak. Will I end up with egg-on-face? It would not be the first time. I think we could break it out this way: If in a given length of time [any length of time-- 1.5 days in this case] 1.5 hens can lay 1.5 eggs, it stands to reason that 3 …hens will lay 3 eggs in the same length of time, simply by multiplying by 2. [You wouldn't multiply the time period. If one person can draw a stick figure in 2.5 seconds, 100 people can draw 100 stick figures in 2.5 seconds.] At first it seemed that you cannot add together the 'half-egg' of one 'half-hen' to the 'half-egg' of another 'half-hen' to arrive at one egg, but if you imagine two hens side-by-side and draw an imaginary line down through the middle of one of them, it becomes clearer. They each produce an egg in 1.5 days, but you are only considering half of the second hen, and half of her output. So we have the concept that any hen lays an egg in 1.5 days. In a 7 day period, the hens will have the opportunity to complete 4 full cycles of 1.5 days each, taking 6 days out of the 7. So each of the 6 hens will have laid 4 eggs, giving 24. Each hen is also two thirds of the way to completing another egg, but those eggs are of course not yet laid, unlike the half-egg in the original statement. So I think the answer is 24 actual eggs , not counting the 6 eggs-in-production that will appear 12 hours into the 8th day. Or you could say that 6 hens will lay 30 eggs in 7.5 days. If I have made a fool of myself, please be merciful and give me the 'coup d'omelette' as quickly and painlessly as possible. I am not so hard-boiled that I cannot be proven wrong and take it with meringue. EDIT: Mathematiclly One has to set up the ratio of eggs per day and multiply by total number of days 1.5 eggs/ 1.5 days (7)=X If you multiply this by the total days it would be easy however one also has to include the new amount of Hens. The Formula is: Eggs / Unit of time(Z)(A/B)=C Z= number of total days A= New number of Hens B= Original Hens C= Total Eggs for given time and Hens exempli gratia 1.5/1.5(7)(6/1.5)=28 laid eggs Logically IF: 1.5 Hens In 1.5 Days Lay 1.5 Eggs ____________________________________________________________________ Than if you double the days, the same amount of Hens will lay double the Eggs e.g 1.5 Hens 3 days 3 eggs Again 1.5 Hens 6 days 6eggs Also if you double the Hens you can double the amount of output or Eggs 3 Hens 6 days 12 eggs Again 6 Hens 6 days 24 eggs So one can clearly see the amount will be slightly better than 24 eggs.. ( Full Answer )
A queen wasp for social wasps only lives one year during which theycan lay about thirty to forty thousand eggs.
In the height of summer, the queen bee can lay up to 2,000 eggs a day.
At the height of the breeding season she can lay up to 2,000 eggs a day. A honey bee queen can lay up to 1000 eggs per day.
On an average 2000 ova (or eggs) are laid by queen bee in a single day. so in a year a queen bee will lay approximately 7,30,000 eggs.
i think its impossible. Holy hell batman, where did you learn to spoke. I think I just lost 15 IQ points...
When she sheds her wings and diggs into the ground. If she has already started a colony, then she will lay eggs all the time.
On an average 2000 ova (or eggs) are laid by queen bee in a single day. so in a year a queen bee will lay approximately 7,30,000 eggs
It depends which month. A queen does not lay at all during the winter. She will build up during the spring, and in the summer she can be laying up to 2,000 eggs a day. She will slow down again as winter approaches.
During the winter she won't lay eggs at all. During the summer she can lay up to 2,000 eggs a day.
At the height of the summer, the queen can lay up to 2,000 eggs a day. Averaged out that would equate to roughly one egg every 43 seconds.
The only ants that are able to lay eggs are queen ants; they lay the eggs from the rear of the abdomen.
It depends on the breed. Usually you will get one a day during warm weather providing the hen is happy ie has enough water and food etc. During cold weather they sometimes won't lay everyday. Also during their moulting period they can stop laying. As a rule of thumb they would, on average, lay aroun…d 300 eggs a year. ( Full Answer )
It is not possible to give a definitive answer because it would vary on a number of factors. During the winter a queen will not lay eggs at all. In spring, as the warmer weather comes she will start laying, slowly at first but building up to about 2,000 eggs a day in the middle of summer. As the y…ear progresses, she will slow down her laying, finally stopping as the cold weather comes.. ( Full Answer )
At the height of the season a queen honey bee can lay up to 2000 eggs in 1 day.
Clearly this will depend upon how long the queen bee lives for. In practice beekeepers like to have young healthy queens and so will often replace them before they live their full span. In theory a queen bee could live for 3 to 5 years and during peak times of the year she could be laying 2,000 e…ggs a day. But in Winter the number of eggs laid will be zero or close to zero when conditions are very cold. That being the case it is quite possible that a queen bee could lay anything from one to two million eggs in her lifetime. . ( Full Answer )
A female lays one egg per day laying usually 4-5 eggs. So it takes around 4-5 days. Incubation starts after all the eggs are layed.
A queen termite lays one egg every three seconds. So in one minute, it lays 20 eggs.
A single army ant queen can lay as many as 300,000 eggs in a matterof just a few days. Over 200 species of ants have the name armyants.
The rate at which the queen lays varies through the year. In winter the queen lays very few eggs, and may even stop laying altogether for a period. In spring her laying rate will rise, and in late spring she could be laying 2,000 eggs a day as the colony builds up to full strength. The rate will the…n slow down again through summer, and from the second half of summer colony numbers will reduce in preparation for winter. ( Full Answer )
On an average 2000 ova (or eggs) are laid by queen bee in a single day.
If you are asking about honey bees, the answer is between 1000 and 2000 eggs per day.
An ant colony works like a bigger organism. Where we have a brain and a liver and a heart all doing their job to make us work an ant colony has different jobs for different types of ant. When a queen ant is alive she produces a chemical that stops other queen ants developing. She is the reproductive… organ for the nest. Any ants that are developing or already hatched do not develop in the same way as the queen ant. When she dies, the chemical is not made by her any more and that enables a new queen ant to develop and hatch. ( Full Answer )
A queen bee can lay up to 2,000 eggs a day. She only lays one egg in each cell, so needs the time to extract her abdomen from one cell, select the next cell in which to lay, inspect it, then insert her abdomen into the next cell. This process takes tens of seconds even if the queen is working quickl…y. ( Full Answer )
Well they can. It's very small and hard to see and is normally stuck somewhere
A honey bee queen can lay between 1000 and 2000 eggs PER DAY in the height of the season. Therefore 14,000 eggs per week is quite possible.
Yes - they are basically an egg-laying machine. Their sole purpose is to increase the size of the colony, by laying eggs that will develop into new adult ants. These will replace ants that have been killed by disease or other animals.
The queen ant will lay eggs after shedding it's wings when it finds a suitable place to lay eggs and to start a new colony.
the flea can lay up to 50 eggs per day and around 500 in its life span.the eggs will fall off the animal onto where they spend most of their time and the larve which will burrow deep into fibers will eat some of the eggs some of the flea dropping and will spend 2-4 weeks in an insectacide-resistant …cacoon. ( Full Answer )
Clearly this will depend upon how long the queen bee lives for. In practice beekeepers like to have young healthy queens and so will often replace them before they live their full span. In theory a queen bee could live for 3 to 5 years and during peak times of the year she could be laying 2,000 e…ggs a day. But in Winter the number of eggs laid will be zero or close to zero when conditions are very cold. That being the case it is quite possible that a queen bee could lay anything from one to two million eggs in her lifetime. ( Full Answer )
At the height of her egg-laying, in late spring, she can lay 1,500 to 2,000 eggs a day. That's actually more than her own body weight. In winter, her egg-laying drops almost to zero.
The ONLY ant that produces eggs is the queen - and she lays around 10,000 a day.
Parakeets, also known as budgies, lay one egg every other day. They usually lay in clutches of between three and six eggs, but larger clutch sizes (up to ten) are not uncommon. The hen (female) will usually not start sitting on the eggs until she lays the third egg. This is normal and, since eggs be…gin hatching 18-21 days after incubation begins, will typically result in three eggs hatching in one day. After that the eggs will hatch one every other day in the order they were laid. ( Full Answer )
Most ants are workers or soldiers and never lay any eggs at all; only the queens lay eggs, and they lay thousands and thousands because they have to produce all the workers and soldiers as well as new queens. Queens of some species that have large nests eventually have to lay millions. There is no s…ingle ant called a house ant, but most of the small ants that enter houses have several small queens in any one nest at any one time. Even such a small queen will generally lay thousands of eggs in her lifetime. ( Full Answer )
Mice are mammals, one of the key characteristics of mammals is that they don't lay eggs. So the answer is none. Hope I helped!
In one mating season one may lay as little as 4, but some species can lay 30-60 thousand in a whole mating season.
Breeds such as the Rhode island red can lay one a day at the most. I highly doubt another breed can lay any more than this.
Honey bee queens can lay up to 1000 eggs per day at the height ofthe season.