A virgin queen leaves her nest or hive when she is about 5 or 6 days old and mates with about 30 drones - all of which die after mating. She never mates again, this first and only mating will last for the rest of her life.
It dies during the process of mating.
No Yes she can and does fly - on a mating flight and when the bees swarm.
the honey bee makes honey the bumble bee does not
a normal honey bee a bee
Clover honey is bee honey!
A worker honey bee is able to tell the other bees in its hive the direction and distance of a source of nectar or pollen that it has found (The Waggle Dance). A drone (male) bee dies immediately after mating. A queen honey bee can lay 1000 to 2000 eggs per day.
It is a bug or bee that makes honey.
as busy as a honey bee
the honey bee
a honey bee is a producer because is produces honey
Yes. Apart from its temper the africanized honey bee is no different from any other honey bee.
The Africanized honey bee. Euorpean honey bees were breed with African honey bees, creating a hybrid bee known as the Africanized honey bee, or killer bee.
When a bee stings, it leaves its stinger on the human and dies. For a drone, the bee leaves its mating organs within the queen bee after mating an Save d dies.
I hope that that bee is not an Africanized honey bee.
wastes honey bee
The class of the honey bee is insecta.
honey bee = Honigbiene
Honey to the Bee was created in 2003.
Honey bee IS the common name of the honey bee. The scientific name of the western honey bee is Apis Mellifera.
Apis mellifera mellifera -- Western/European honey beeApis mellifera cerana -- Oriental honey beeApis mellifera ligustica -- Italian honey beeApis mellifera iberiensis -- Spanish honey beeApis mellifera scutellata -- African honey bee
The duration of The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human is 1.47 hours.
No. Insect droppings are not that different from mammal faeces. Honey is regurgitated from the bee and made from nectar and pollen. Its function is to feed bee larvae.
From the honey bee as the name suggests we get honey. From the honey bee we also get our plants, grains, flowers and fruit trees pollinated.
A queen honey bee can live for three to five years. A drone honey bee can live for up to four months. Although it will die after mating, and any drones will be thrown out of the hive at the end of the season and will die. Worker honey bees can live up to six or seven weeks in summer, or up to about four months in winter.