1. worker bees of a certain age will secrete beeswax from a series of glands on their abdomens. 2.the flattend area on their hind legs is where the pollen basket is located.
Bees take pollen to make honey.
No. Bees make honey from nectar. Although the honey may contain a small amount of pollen from the flowers from which the nectar was collected, this is accidental.Bees do collect pollen and bring it back to the hive, but this is used as food, particularly for the developing larvae.
The mouths of drone bees are slightly larger than worker bees. The worker bees have more functional mouth parts used for building.
After the bees have made the honey, they store it in honeycombs; small cells sealed with wax. If these honeycombs are made a certain way, they can be remover and replaced easily. A beekeeper takes out the honeycomb, cuts the wax off, and lets the honey flow out into a collection container (then replaces the used honeycomb). The honey is then taken away and processed into what we see in the jars at the supermarket.
Honey bee is an insect that produces honey and wax. Honey is very sweet and available different flavours. It is used for nutrition and medicinal purposes. Bees wax is a naatual wax that is used for manufacture of smokeless candles, polishes etc. Bees also produce a material called royal jelly which is fed to normal bee larva to turn them into queen bee larva.
Bees make honey, and wax. The wax is used to make candles. The honey is used to make your tea sweet!Honey
they collect pollen from flowers and take it to there hive to make honey
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We use there honey
Body shape is different: a honey bee's body is similar to that of a wasp, while the bumble bee has a round body. The bumble bee is also known for it's hairy or fuzzy appearance. Honey bees, although having a fine hairs appear much smoother. Bumble bees are also usually black and yellow in colour, honey bees more shades of brown. Bumble bees are similar to honey bees in that a hive will consist of a queen, female worker bees, and male drones, who are responsible for mating with the queen. They do produce honey, but in very small amounts, so they are not used for commercial honey production. Another similarity is that only the females possess stingers. Bumble bees tend to live in fairly small nests, which are usually in the ground. For this reason, they do not swarm like honey bees. Bumble bees can thrive in colder climates than most honey bees because they can regulate their body temperature and they have furry bodies. With many bumble bee varieties, only the queen will survive over the winter, and she hibernates in her nest. Honey bees do not hibernate, and although the drones are evicted from the hive at the end of summer and die, the queen and workers over-winter in the hive, taking the opportunity to forage whenever the air temperature is high enough.
No, bees don't eat anything on a flower while standing on it, they gather its pollen on their legs and fly back to the hive where the pollen is used to make honey by eating it then vomiting it, the honey (product of the pollen) is fed to the pupas. That is the only eating of flower parts that is done by bees.
Making honey. If you buy a jar of honey in a supermarket, it has been produced by honey bees.The uses for honey bees are to produce honey
sugar was a luxury so instead they used honey to sweeten things
it got its name from the honey bees that used to be all around that area
It doesn't. Bees make honey from nectar. Pollen is used to feed the bee larvae.
Bees take pollen to make honey.