Honey bees produce honey and bumble bees don't.
bumble bees= honey bees and the ones that pollinate things boring bees= the ones that sting you and then die
Bumble bees don't make honey in any quantity
Bumble bees do not have honey pots, the keep their honey in honey combs.
Bumble bees do not produce honey. Honey bees produce honey. They are two different species.
Yes, bumble bees are generally larger and are kind of fuzzy. Bumble bees do not lose their sting and die if they use it, as a honey bee will. (add) This is because bumble bees' stingers lack barbs, as honey bees do. This allows the bumble bees to sting repeatedly. The female bumble bee tends to be more aggressive than males(end). Honey Bees tend to be more aggressive. See Web Links to the left for images and info on both bees as well as a comparison between the two. That is right and the Bumble bee is of the genus Bombus, and includes various bees in the group. While the Honey bee is of the genus Apis, and includes several social bees that produce honey. Especially (A.mellifera), a widely domesticated source of honey and beeswax.
Honey bees collect honey. Bumble bees protect themselves
No honey bees for the honey.
Bumble bees can not but honey bees sure can!
Bumble bees and honey bees.
Yes, bumble bees are generally larger and are kind of fuzzy. Bumble bees do not lose their sting and die if they use it, as a honey bee will. (add) This is because bumble bees' stingers lack barbs, as honey bees do. This allows the bumble bees to sting repeatedly. The female bumble bee tends to be more aggresive than males(end).Honey Bees tend to be more aggresive
Bumble bees are dying out due to disease. They believe it is the same issue honey bees have contracted but the issue is worse with honey bees.
Honey bees and bumble bees
Yes, bumble bees do make honey, but only in small amounts. The average bumble nest will only have about a tablespoon of honey -- not enough to be worth harvesting.
Yes Bumble bees are herbivores because they eat honey and nectar
Bumble bees make honey by collecting pollen from flowers and bringing it to the hive and they SPIT all over it, and it turns into honey.
Bumble bees live on pretty much the same diet as honey bees: pollen and nectar (the basis of honey).
Honey bees are social insects and live in groups of a few tens of thousands, bumble bees live in small groups or even alone. Although both species make honey, only honey bees store a surplus for times when nectar is not available. Bumble bees make at most around a tablespoonful of honey. Honey bees remain active over winter, though they won't leave the hive if it is too cold or wet. Young bumble bee queens seek out a sheltered place in which to hibernate, and the other bumble bees die when winter comes.
Nectar and honey.
Honey bees do. Bumble bees do.
A difference in carpenter bees and bumble bees are that the male carpenter bees cannot sing and this type of bee also nests in wood.
Yes. One difference though is that a honey bee can only sting once while a bumblebee can sting multiple times.
yes, they do. All bees eat honey and collect pollen and nectar
Bumble Bees make their nest either on the ground, or in a hole in the ground, Carpenter bees make a hole in wood for their nest. These also more resemble honey bees in size.