When a bee dies does it attract other bees?
NO. only when they attract with others.
Yes it can do. There is a pheromone (perfume) present in the bee stinger that will attract other bees and cause them to attack.
yes they do by smelling and feeling
It can do. There is a pheromone -- a special scent -- in bee venom called the alarm pheromone. It this is released it will attact other bees who may well be on the attack.
in the bee stinger that will attract other bees and causes problem.
If the queen bee dies, one of the worker bees will feed 1 of the larvae that is growing a royal jelly. This will turn the larvae into a queen bee. It does sound silly, but it's true.
1, the same as all other bees
it sends out a chemical to other bees which tells them to attack. I don't know what the chemical is called, its kind of complicated and im not a science expert.
The Bees Are Attracted To The Flowers Scent And Smell.
When a bee stings you, the bee injects a liquid that is painful to your skin. And when the bee injects the liquid, it dies
If a queen bee dies, the whole colony will die out soon, because there will be no more production of royal jelly. Royal jelly are needed for potential new queen. Queen bees are the only bees that can produces new drones and workers bees.
when the queen bee dies... she has other bees ready to take her place. the to-be +Queens sting each other and fight till theres only one more left alive and the rest are dead-
No because he is a bee and he can't get stung from the other bees
Worker bees attract nursing bees by order of the queen bee it started when a philosopher named Daniel Dennett worked on a bee farm and found it out on September 10th when he was only 9 years of age
a new queen is made from one of the worker bees
About 50 more or less.
Bees communicate with each other with a little dance. A bee will tell other bees where to find flowers. Then the bees will follow the directions they were given.
Hunny bees are dieing because flyes are laying there eggs in them ... do when they do hatch the bee dies and its called a "Zombee"
A worker honey bee is an infertile female bee and as its name suggests, does all the work in the hive and collects nectar and pollen for the colony. A drone is a male bee and its only purpose is to mate with a virgin queen - after which it dies.
A bee does not sting itself, but a wasp sometimes will. Bees will sting other bees if they are fighting.
probably, bees are suffering from ccd or "colony collapse disease". when a bee gets infected, it leaves the nest and soon dies
Apple cider vinegar has a sugar content that will attract bees. This is why apple cider vinegar has become useful when making bee traps.
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.
First, hornets are not bees, they are a variety of wasp. If a hornet colony loses its queen there will be no-one laying eggs, so the colony will eventually die out as the older workers are not being replaced.
When the queen bee dies one of the worker bees feeds a larvae some royal jelly and the larvae becomes the queen
I blocked entrance from the bees entering in to wall outside. will the queen bee die
When a bee loses its sting it cause quite severe internal injuries within the abdomen, and the bee dies from the effects of these injuries.
Carbon dioxide attracts many insects to humans including mosquitoes. Bees attracted to carbon dioxide include the Africanized honey bee.
Uhh it dies... Not all Always,it depends on the type of bee.... Wasps and bumble bees can sting more than once because they are able to pull out their stinger without injury to themselves. If you are stung by a wasp or bumble bee, the stinger is not left in your skin. Honey bees have barbs on their stinger which remain hooked in the skin. The stinger, which is connected to the digestive system of… Read More
It depends on how you kill the bees. If the bee is killed by being crushed it is quite possible that the venom sac is ruptured and the venom will leak out. One component of the venom produces a scent called the alarm pheromone and this could attract other bees which would be ready to sting.
Grounds bees are only dangerous if you have an allergy to bee stings. They are not more dangerous than other bee varieties.
A bee only dies if it loses its sting. If it can get away with its sting intact it will survive.
i don't know but if you smash a wasp, it gives off a scent so other wasps can find out where the dead wasp is and attack you. if a wasp stings you, it gives off a scent too and other wasps will come and join the attacking party ---- Bee venom contains a pheromone (chemical messenger) called the 'attack pheromone'. The purpose of this is to attract other bees ready to sting and help… Read More
Like most other flowers, sunflowers produce nectar, which bees consume and transform into honey. Sunflowers are particularly attractive mainly due to the sheer number of florets on a single sunflower; a bee can spend over an hour on the same plant.
The worker bees, the larva, and the queen bee. They are all females other then the drones who leave nest to mate with other queen bee.
The blue banded bee (Amegilla cingulata) has been known to sting. However, they are not as aggressive as other types of bees.
What they hate is if you get a fly swater and whack hard just to make it mad you get some bee/wasp poison and kill it then that usually will attract the rest of them then kill them no more bees
The queen bee lays eggs. No other bee in the colony does.
Because it is the only female and main bee.
Yes, a bit more then other flowers. No, its not really the smell, its the colors. Bees are attracted to bright, intricately patterned flowers.Hydrangeas are big, bold flowers with dark centers, and they are mostly flat flowers, meaning the bee doesn't have to go as far to get to the pollen.
The queen be stands out from all the other bees. They are black and yellow and live upto 4-5 years. They can sting more then once and are the mother of all bees. Their is only one queen bee and she is the most perfect bee of the hive. The queen bee stands out from all the other bees and has the largest abdomen.
wasp stings hurt a lot more and the wasp survives after stining and a bees sting is not as bad and the bee dies after stinging. also bees are slightly fluffy and less aggressive
Bees communicate things like that by chemical signals. A bee would send out a chemical scent, an alarm, that would be detected by other bees. The warning would be an alarm, and the other bees would shift into a defensive mode and prepare for confrontation.
No, it is not a good idea to leave a bee hive in an attic. An abandoned hive may attract foraging wildlife (including and other than bees) while a live hive may pose a real danger for domesticated pets and family members.
from my research the world famous "bumble bees" live in California. other type of bee is, a "solitary bee" I'm sure there are others but the majority is "bumble bees", and "solitary".
It is easier to say which do die after stinging. Only the honey bee worker dies after stinging because she has a barbed sting which is pulled out from the bee's body when she pulls away. All other bees and wasps have smooth stings and can withdraw them without damage to themselves. If a honey bee stings and then successfully withdraws the sting from the victim, she will not die.
No. A honey bee queen can only sting other bees - not people.
because when two female bees are larvae the worker bees give them special "jelly" so that it will grow and fight to the death with the other bee to decide who will be the queen
When possible, it is advised to avoid the nests of bees and wasps and to not eat sweet food or wear bright clothing, perfumes, or cosmetics that attract bees and wasps.
No. After a bee has stung its victim, when it pulls away the barbed stinger pulls out of the bee's body together with with the venom sac and the associated structures. The bee dies from its injuries.
There are no bees that have no purpose at all, but the drone bee is probably the closest. The drone bee has no father - literally. It is hatched from an unfertilized egg, meaning it only has the chromosomes from the mother (Queen) bee. . Drone bees have no stingers, and they do not gather food. They have antennae that they use to detect (smell) certain chemicals and enlarged eyes. These extra sensory capabilities enable… Read More