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English Poetry


One Two three Four Five !
Lo! Let us look that hive !!
B Be Bee Beebee !!!
Let us go and see iv
Upside a mango tree !
We can very well see !!
Buzzing bees there be !!!
A virago is often any old Beebee iv
Cordial with ants and wasps, bees are flying insects,
Well known for their role in pollination and for producing
honey and beeswax regularly gathered just as assets !
There are about 20000 known species of bees in seven to nine
recognized families, though many are undescribed and the
actual number is probably higher. They are found in every
continent save Antarctica, in every habitat on the planet that
contains insect-pollinated flowering plants. Bees are adapted
for feeding on nectar and pollen, the former primarily as an
energy spource and the latter primarily for protein and other
nutrients. Most pollen is used as food for larvae. Bees have a
long proboscis (a complex “tongue”) that enables them to
obtain nectar from flowers. They have antennae almost
universally made up of 13 segments in males and 12 in females,
as is typical for the superfamily. Bees all have pairs of wings,
the hind pair being the smaller of the two; in a very few species,
one sex or caste has relatively short wings that make flight difficult
or impossible, but none are wingless. The smallest be is Trigona minima,
a stingless bee whose worker are about 2.1 mm (5/64″0 long. The largest
bee in the world is Megachile pluto, a leafcutter bee whose whose females
can attain a length of 39 mm (1.5″). Members of the family Halicitidae,
or sweat bees, are the most common type of bee in the Northern Hemisphere,
though they are small and often mistaken for wasps and flies. The best
known bee species is the European honey bee, which, as its name suggests,
produces honey, as do a few other types of bee. human management of this species is known as beekeeping or apiculture. Bees are the favorite meal of
Merops apiaster, the bee eater bird. Other common predators are kingbirds, mockingbirds, beewolves and dragonflies.
Osmia ribifloris (Blueberry bee)
Kingdom:                 Animalia.
Phylum:                   Arthropoda.
Class:                      Insecta.
Order:                      Hymenoptera.
Suborder:                 Apocrita.
Sperfamily                Apoidea.
Series;                     Anthophila.
Families;                  Andrenida.
:                              Apidae.
Stingless bees.
Honey bees.
Africanized honey bee.
Solitary bees.
Cleptoparasitic bees.

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