Why do honey bees live together?
honey bees live in colony's or hives
an a hornet and a honey bee live together
Honey bees do not live in the Arctic or Antarctic.
does honey bees live alone?
Yes honey bees live in Mexico
They do not live together, one has learned that if it shows the other where the bees' nest is, it gets to eat the scraps, the other has leaned that if you follow it, it will show you where bees' nests are located.
Honey bees do not live underground. They build their nests in trees or in holes in walls. Mining bees build their nests underground. Mining bees do not produce honey.
Honey bees live in a hive, bumble bees live in a nest.
A beehive has different sections. The main part is called a brood box and that is where the bees live and raise the young bees. The other part is known as a honey 'super' and that is where the bees store the honey.
Honey bees live everywhere in the world except for the Arctic and Antarctic.
Honey bees live in a hives the hives needs spots for their honey
Apiculture focuses on species of bees that are social and live and work together, because that is necessary for bee farming. In the Western world, the predominant species of honey bees used for apiculture is the apis mellifera.
Honey bees live in hives and are there year round.
Yes honey bee's are known to live in a colony.
They live in Alaska
They live in a hive. Whats a hive? A hive is a bees home made by honey cones honey cones is cold damp honey bees make their hive.
honey bees, bubble bees, wasp
There are honey bees in most areas of the world except for the arctic and antarctic.
to produce honey
honey bees live in hive on the tree
Africanized honey bees started in Brazil and have gradually worked their way north to as far as Texas.
Honey bees do not eat insects, they are completely vegetarian. They live on nectar and pollen collected from flowers.
You need to elaborate more with your question. A group of social insects are when they live together...An example are honey bees.
Honey bees live in an apiary
Honey bees live in colonies.
Honey bees live in hives, formed by the bees themselves, usually. Occasionally, however, apiaries, man-made beehives, will house many bees, so that the honey can be harvested.
forest or field
honey hence the name honey bees Honey bees also produce bees wax by converting honey.
Honey bees live for about 6 weeks in summer and 6 months in winter.
Bee Hive Only domesticated honey bees live in hives. Honey bees living in the wild will usually build a nest in the hollow of a tree trunk or under the eaves of someones house. Bumble bees very often nest in holes in the ground. Honey bees can live in a hive or in a hollow tree or in the attic of a house etc.
Bumble bees live on pretty much the same diet as honey bees: pollen and nectar (the basis of honey).
The natural home for the honey bee is in the hollow of an old tree. In urban areas they often live between the outer and inner wall of a building if they can get access which replicates a hollow in a tree. Beekeepers usually keep their bees in a hive and a group of hives together is called an apiary.
Honey bees live in a hive and a collection of hives (more than one) is called an apiary.
Honey bees live in a colony in the wild and in a hive in captivity. A group of hives is called an apiary.
Bees live virtually everywhere in the world except for the Artic and Antarctic.
No. Honey bees cluster together in the winter to keep warm. However, there are no bees in the Arctic and Antarctic.
Honey Bees tend to live in warm, but not tropical, environments where nature thrives most so they can efficient build hives, collect honey and reproduce.
the bears are the ones that eat the honey the honey bees make.they eat the honey bees
Honey bees queens lay eggs, they do not bear live young so can't be said to be pregnant.
Honey bees do make honey if you are wondering
How to live in an ordered society.
Never Kill honey bees The bees are an important threatened species In addition, if you poison bees you leave behind honey that will draw other pests when the bees are gone Honey Bee Swarm Removal Throughout the U.S. go here and find someone to remove them http://www.ebeehoney.com/swarmremovalmap.html
honey bees live in southern Canada, Northern U.S.A, Northern Africa, and southern China, as far as i know that is where there live but you might wanna check some other places too.
If there are only 200 to 300, they will be bumble bees. Honey bees live in much bigger colonies than that.
Honey comes from Bees like Honey Bees.
There is not enough space in a coke can for a honey bee colony. During summer, colonies can grow to up to 60,000 bees.
one produces honey faster than the other and one can live longer than the other after it stings
Do honey bees produce WHAT? If the question is "honey", then yes, HONEY bees produce HONEY. If the question is NOT "honey", I'm afraid I can't help you.
Not as such. Bees do eat pollen grains, but otherwise they live on honey and nectar.
Baby Bees just live in there and get fed and sleep until they develop into adult bees.
Only honey bees (Apis Mellifera) live in large colonies of up to 80,000 bees because they work as a team and are known as social bees. Other bees live individually or in small groups and are known as solitary bees.