Bees.social

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Hostname: 172.67.191.65
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Region: CA
City: San Francisco
Postal Code: 94107
Latitude: 37.76969909668
Longitude: -122.39330291748
Area Code: 415
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Bee Information For Kids: Bumblebee & Honey Bee Facts

Pestworldforkids.org   DA: 24 PA: 17 MOZ Rank: 41

  • Bees live in colonies that contain the queen bee, the worker bee and the drone
  • The worker bee and the queen bee are both female, but only the queen bee can reproduce
  • Worker bees clean the hive, collecting pollen and nectar to feed the colony and they take care of the offspring
  • The drone’s only job is to mate with the

Species List

Pollinator.cals.cornell.edu   DA: 27 PA: 47 MOZ Rank: 75

  • The total number of bee species in New York State is estimated to be 416 species in 47 genera
  • We assembled this list of New York bees using the American Museum of Natural History’s “ Arthropod Easy Capture ” database (Schuh et al
  • Data on New York bees were collected as part of an NSF-funded research grant to John

Wild Bees Of New York Pollinator Network @ Cornell

Pollinator.cals.cornell.edu   DA: 27 PA: 20 MOZ Rank: 49

  • Pollination is a valuable service provided by both managed bees (primarily honey bees, Apis mellifera) and wild, native bees
  • Bee pollination is essential for the production of fruits, nuts, vegetables, spices, stimulants (such as coffee), and edible oils (such as sunflower and canola)
  • Estimates of the economic contribution of pollination vary

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