Types Of Honey Bees Based on Gender, Species or Apiary, and Habit Of Stinging.

Types of Bees on the basis of species, Apiary, gender, and habit of stinging

Types Of Bees: Honey bees are originated from Europe. The ancient people brought them around the world. They are naturally not aggressive. They first try to prevent themselves and their hives from an intruder, and then sting. They are very organized and industrious and like to live together.

Different honey bees have different responsibilities based on their ages. Honey bees are mostly busy in summer and completely inactive in winter. They live long in winter because they cluster themselves to become warm.

Honey bees

The main suppliers of honey and beeswax for us are honey bees. On the base of the honey bee, huge beekeeping industries are grown up all over the world. Honey bees are more social and cooperative than any other insects. Winter is a little bit harder for them.

They like to live on stored honey during winter. They gather like a ball to get warm. They eat honey from the stores in winter. The new generation of bees is capable to swarm in the hive.

Types of Bees on the basis of Gender.

There are three types of honey bees such as queen bee, male bee, and worker bee. Worker bees are the most industrious among these three types. Let’s see in details of three types on the next page:

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