Honeybee Sex: A Male Bee Can Mate with the Queen Only One Time in Entire Life! (153)

Honeybee sex: Almost all types of animals are found to use the same sexual procedure. But dogs are different and unable to remove their genitals until become cool. Honey bees are further different than that. A Male can use his genital or sexual organ only one time in his entire life. Can you say how many times did you sex in your life? Perhaps nobody can say, even nobody try to count it. Correct answer is unlimited times. So, you should thanks your God for arranging you to use sex unlimited times in entire life. Learn more why a male bee can mate with the queen only one time in his whole life!

Honeybee sex: A Male Can Mate with Queen Only One Time in Entire Life!

While a Queen bee needs to mate, she flies and few male bees follow to reach her. They sex with Queen first come first basis in the fly as shown in the picture below. The Queen mates with several male bees in one fly and reach in the hive with huge (at least 70 Million) sperm.

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Before mating the males or drones extend their genitals into the Queen’s sexual organ. After completion of sex he is not capable to remove it. Honey bee sex is further different than that. A Male can use his genital or sexual organ only one time in his entire life. While a Queen bee needs to mate, she flies and few male bees follow to reach her. They sex with the Queen first come first basis in the fly.

Honeybee Sex: A Male Bee Can Mate with the Queen Only One Time in Entire Life
153/1: Male or drone bees sex with Queen first come first basis.

Before mating the males or drones extend their genitals into the Queen’s sexual organ. After completion of sex he is not capable to remove it. While a male tries several times to remove his genital, this organ breaks away from his body.  Next male will remove this genital from the Queen before mating and lose his one in the same way.

Honeybee Sex: A Male Bee Can Mate with the Queen Only One Time in Entire Life
153/2: The Queen reached in the hive after mating with several drones/males

After losing their genitals some of them can reach in the hive, but thrown out by the females or worker bees. Because they exist in the hive only for mating with the Queen. So, without genitals they are useless. A male can make the choice from any of these two: a life without sex or a one time sex with horrible death.

Honeybee Sex: A Male Bee Can Mate with the Queen Only One Time in Entire Life
153/3: A Male Can Mate with the Queen Only One Time in Entire Life!

The Queen was King bee

The Queen bee is fur more larger than all other bees. In 1660’s a Dutch biologist Jan Swammerdam discovered ovaries in the Queen bees. Before this, the Queen bee was known as King bee. Do you watch the sex of dogs ever? Finally dogs are capable to remove their genitals but bees are not.

Honeybee Sex: A Male Bee Can Mate with the Queen Only One Time in Entire Life
153/4: Genital or sexual organ of male bees or drones.

This is the arrangement of creator and we can do nothing against it.

Honeymoon

The term “honeymoon” came from an old northern European custom, where a newly wed couple was supposed to consume a cup of mead each day for a month. Mead is a special type of alcoholic beverage made with honey and people used to gauge time by the lunar cycles in the past. So, honey+moon or honey-moon came from there.

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There are so many interesting things about honey bees that you will hear it first time or never knew before. These are the result of long time research on honey bees and beekeepers gather from experience of several years. To know more about honey bee research and location of research centers, find here.

Honeybee Sex: A Male Bee Can Mate with the Queen Only One Time in Entire Life

Sources of information:

American Honey Producers Association
American Bee Journal
Experience of my own beekeeping project

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