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Honey Bees

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Samantha Brunner

on 16 September 2015

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Transcript of Honey Bees

Smoker
Honey Bees
Bees
Colonies
Equipment
Honey
life cycle
Wings
insects
Legs
Eyes
Body
Antenna
Other
Insects
Not insects
How many legs do you see?
Honey Bee Legs
Head
Thorax
Abdomen
Adult insects
have 6 legs
Mouth
Egg
Larva
Pupa
Adult
Colony
Queen Bee
Drone Bees
Worker Bees
Drone Bee
Duties:
Mate with Queen
Larger than Worker Bees
Male Bees
Cannot sting
Queen Bee
Female Bee
Lays up to 2,000 eggs per day
1 Queen per colony
Has a longer abdomen than worker bees
Duties:
Lay all the eggs in a colony
Worker Bees
Female Bees
Cannot lay eggs
Duties:
Take care of young bees
Collect food
Groom the Queen
Protect the colony
Clean the hive
Beekeeping
Hive Tool
Protective Gear
Extractor
Hives
Frames & Honeycomb
Empty Frames
Frames in Hive Box
Honeycomb
How is honey made?
1. Collect Nectar
2. Return to Hive
3. Spit out the Nectar
4. Fan the Nectar
5. Cap the Cell
6. Enjoy
Pollination
Communication
What crops need insects?
North Dakota Department of Agriculture
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