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  • Colony From Older Foraging Bees To Workers
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    The social Organization of Honeybees A truly striking aspect in the world of insects is the evolution of the honeybee colony. Apis Mellifera, the most widely distributed species of honeybee is know to flourish all over the earth's surface from the tropics to the sub-artic areas. There are however three other species of honeybee which are all found in South-eastern Asia. These species include Apis Flore a and Apis Dors ata, both of which build their single cones under the branch of a tree or on t...
  • String Around The Bee
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    It was a typical Saturday afternoon with nothing to do, and nothing going on. Michael, my cousin, had nothing to do, none of his friends were home, except for Joe who was at his house with him. Desperately searching for something to do before the day was over they went into his backyard. On his porch, and started to play war, a simple card game that practically never end's. Then out of the blue michael yell's "Dude, check that out!" , not knowing what he could be talking bout Joe looked toward w...
  • Lynns Bees
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    Bees to Honey Nearing my father-in-laws house, I was surrounded by a concrete jungle. Tax services, restaurants and shopping centers were closing in on me. I then turned the corner onto Cherry Street. This put me on a residential block. A man was walking his dog and a family with young children was returning home from an unknown adventure. Little did I know I was about to embark on a journey all my own. Over twenty-years ago, my father-in-law, Lynn Cheat um, was helping a neighbor cut down a dea...
  • Dance's Information To The Surrounding Worker Bees
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    Communication Among Honeybees In every bee hive there are three types of bees, a queen, drones, and many workers. The lone queen honeybee is a fertile female, while the drone honeybees are males that are exclusively used for reproduction. It is the many worker honeybees, infertile females, that are responsible for foraging for food. For hundreds of years biologists and naturalists have noticed that the worker honeybees do not all go out to search for food at the same time, but rather send out sc...
  • Next Day Gary
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    The story starts off with Gary Lutz sitting under his big oak tree in his back yard reading his comic books. Then Gary's pain in the butt neighbor, Mr. Andretti, keeps scaring Gary by telling Gary that Mr. Andretti's beehive has gone crazy. Gary falls for it every time because Gary is afraid of bees. All day, Gary reads his comic books because he hates to do anything else. No one likes Gary because they think he's a nerd, because he stinks at sports and looks weird. For instance, one time Gary w...
  • Beehive With Honey Like The Other Bees
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    La a beja hara gana Once upon a time in a beehive a bee that did not want to work. Its to say, she would fly fro tree to tree to take the nectar of the flowers; but instead of to converted in honey she just took it all. It was then, a beehive bee. Every morning, just when the sun started to warm up the air, the bee looked by the door of the beehive, she looked it was a good weather out and she brushed herself with her feet. Then she would fly very happy on a beautiful day while the other bees wo...
  • Hybridization From African Honeybees
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    The Africanized Honey Bee is actually a variety of honeybee derived by hybridization from African honeybees naturalized in the western hemisphere. Because they are highly defensive and will attack perceived intruders more readily than the common European honeybee, they are also known by the popular name of "killer bees". Brazilian scientists imported African honeybee queens in the 1950's in order to breed a honeybee for use in tropical climates. Some swarms escaped into the wild. Because they we...
  • Wax Chambers The Bees
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    Honeybees as a Resource Honeybees are very useful to humans. As their name suggests, they make the sweet, delicious treat known as honey that we enjoy. They also make beeswax from which we make many useful items. But the most important thing bees do for us is to pollinate the plants. The honeybee visits flowers, which secrete a sweet liquid called nectar. This water-like nectar is sipped from the blossoms by the bee and carried to the beehive. The raw nectar goes into the cells in almost the sam...

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