The honeybee is not _ _ _ _ _ _ to Australia
Bees collect nectar and _ _ _ _ _ _ from flowers
When a bees nectar sac is full it returns to the _ _ _ _
Nectar is passed from mouth to mouth to form _ _ _ _ _
Honey is placed in storage cells and capped with _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Pollen is mixed with _ _ _ _ _ _ to make bee bread
The _ _ _ _ of a bee is often only six or seven weeks
The _ _ _ _ _ bee is the centre of the hive
These bees have no need for a sting
The hind legs of the _ _ _ _ _ _ bees have special spines for holding pollen
Where bees live
Where bees raise young
Box used in hive to hold honey
Bee protein source
Honey to a bee
Third stage of bee life cycle
Made into honey
Female bee, not the queen, who lays eggs
Wax that is made into storage cells
Group of 20,000-60,000 bees
Small apparatus that injects poison into an enemy from the bee’s body
Type of a bee’s life cycle
Midsection of a bee’s body
Keeps Queen out of the honeycomb
Scientific name for bees
Colony splits to form new colony
Keeps bees sedated when opening hive
Used to pry hive parts apart for hive inspections
Keeps bees from stinging you when you are working with the hive
Covers your head and face
Wax cells where honey is stored
Person who takes care of bees
Place where bees are raised
What is the longest section on the honey bee's antenna ?
Where is the "scape" on the honey bee located?
"Mandible" is part of what on the honey bee ?
The thorax includes 4 wings, 2 pollen baskets and _____________.
Workers around 6-12 days old produce what ?
Honey bee's have _____ compound eyes.
The scape is located under the what ?
What does pollen and nectar create ?
The sting has ________ preventing the sting to be pulled out ?
The pollen basket is located on the ________.
Hind leg, Front leg, _________ leg.
The front wings are larger then the ________ wings.
1.the transfer of pollen to a stigma, ovule, flower, or plant to allow fertilization
the substance transferred during pollination
a pollinator best known for it's production of honey
a pollinator that lives in caves and mostly comes out at night
a pollinator that flaps it's wings so fast, you cannot see them
the female plant sex organ
receives the pollen during pollination
the production of pollen within the plant
begin to grow and put out shoots after a period of dormancy
an animal, insect, or otherwise that aids in the pollinaiton of plants