it belongs to the kingdom group in taxonomic group..
Phylum Cnidaria is theit taxonomic group .
Taxonomy of the honey bee: * Kingdom: Metazoa * Phylum: Arthropoda * Class: Insecta * Order: Hymenoptera * Family: Apidae * Genus: Apis * Species: Apis mellifera
They're in the Apoidea group
i true believed is REPTILES.
Bees are flying insects.
dont know but my friend dose
MollusksMolluscs.Phylum: Mollusca.Taxonomic Class: Gastropod.
The bee is an insect and an arthropod, and all arthropods belong to the taxonomic domain of Eukarya.Eukarya covers all organisms in the Kingdom Animalia, as well as the Kingdoms Plantae, Fungi and Protista.
There are many different groups a giraffe can be said to belong to. It does not have a specific taxonomic group, but it can be grouped with mammals, with vertebrates, with herbivores, with ungulates, with African animals, with land animals, etc.
they belong to the order cervidae
Species is the lowest taxonomic group in zoology .
The Broadest taxonomic group is a Domain - there are three domains; Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya.
In the classification of living things, taxonomic rank is the relative level of a group of organisms. Kingdom is the second level of such grouping, below Domain and above Phylum. For instance all animals belong to the Kingdom "Animalia".
what group is arclic belong to what group is arclic belong to
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Monarda didyma.
Antelope are all part of the taxonomic family Bovidae. various subfamilies contain a diverse group of animals that range in size from a few pounds to nearly two tons,
A group of bee hives is called an apiary.
Bee Group Newspapers was created in 1877.
"Group" is not a taxonomic rank, such as Life, Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species. The other possible use of "group" is in reference to Cultivar Group, but an Oak Tree is not a Cultivar. Please restate the question.
The vertebrate group in which humans belong to is the mammal group.Humans belong to the Mammal group.
Not really. Apoidea is a superfamily within the hymenoptera group which includes the sphecoid wasps (ampulicidae, crabronidae, heterogynaidae, and sphecidae) and bees (andrenidae, apidae, colletidae, dasypodaidae, halctidae, megachilidae, megonomiidae, melittidae, and stenotritidae). Anthophila is an unranked taxonomic term which includes the bee group as above.