Honey-like documentary bees
Honey bee - description
The honey bee belongs to honey-beetle insects. He is one of the most well-known representatives of social insects.
The area of the original enlargement included Africa, the Middle East and Europe. To America, Australia and New Zealand
was brought up in 17. century, to the Far East until the beginning of 20. century.
They nest their nests in protected places, where the individual honeycombs are placed side by side. Among other types of bees, it is most economically exploited.
The bee belongs to the arthropod strain. Her body consists of three main parts - head, chest and butt. These parts are separated by a narrowing that allows them to move.
Bees live in a society we call a beehive. The colony is usually composed of one mother, many workers
and a certain number of tubes, depending on the strength of the colony, the availability of protein food (pollen) and the season.
To some extent, the rearing of the tubes is also conditioned by the genetic characteristics and the age of the mother. Individual members of the colony are dependent on one another without being able to perform their function and subsequently perish (eg lonely worker, mother,
or trumpet or fetus). There is a perfect division of labor among the bees
Mother - her job is to put eggs, which ensures the recovery of the colony
Trubec - Its job is to fertilize young mothers; if necessary, helps to heat the bee due to its higher body temperature than the worker
Workers - Perform all other necessary work for the hive, such as: searching and bringing food (nectar, honey, pollen, water), processing honey from nectar and honey, pollen conservation, casing building, feeding mother, trumpet and fetus, guarding the entrance to hive, cleaning and cleaning, ventilation and maintenance of the right temperature in the hive and many other activities.
The egg is honeyed by the honeybee honeybee to the worker or tuber cells of the honeycomb or to the mother's bowl. To bee cells
and the mother's bowl puts the eggs fertilized, into the tubes of the egg unloaded. The egg is white, rocky, slightly curved,
with a length of 1,3-1,8 mm and weight around 0,130 mg.
The larva hatched from the egg is not even the same as the bee, and it has to undergo a complete transformation before it becomes an adult (imago). The body of the larvae forms the head and 13 cells. The skin of the larva has a white shiny color. The larvae are approximately 1,5-2,0 mm long in the first hours, and their body narrows toward the head and the buttocks. In the cells, the larvae are rolled up inside the belly and grow to almost fill the cell.
She forewarns in her maternal cell, the so-called "mother-of-a-bitch", a snap made only on her hips and at the top of the cell. In this cocoon, the larva is entangled after the cell is cracked. The individual external parts of the body of the foretold are already beginning to grow into shapes of similar adult bees.