Articles about Bees

Prevent infestation with Bees

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Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, known for their role in pollination and, in the case of the best-known bee species, the European honey bee, for producing honey and beeswax. are small, flying insects; they belong to the order Hymenoptera, but can be grouped into as many as 20,000 known species and 7 recognised families. They are not as dangerous as wasps or ants.

Information about Bees

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Bees are flying insects that belong to the order Hymenoptera and the suborder Apocrita. They are very well-known due to the role they play in plant pollination and, in the case of certain species, in the production of honey and beeswax, which generally occurs because they need something to feed the younglings with, but also to eat, themselves, during winter.

How to get rid of Bees

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Bees are small, flying insects; they belong to the order Hymenoptera, but can be grouped into as many as 20,000 known species and 7 recognized families. Still, bees are capable of stinging when they consider themselves to be in danger, and no person should place themselves in a situation where they are unavoidably exposed to bee stings, especially when allergic.

Bees are flying insects closely related to ants and wasps, best known for their pollination role, and for their production of honey and beeswax, in the case of the European honey bee. They belong to the order Hymenoptera and the suborder Apocrita. There are almost 20,000 known bee species, and they thrive in any habitat on the planet that contains insect-pollinated flowering plants. The best knows species aside from the European honey bee are the bumblebees and stingless bees which also live in colonies and are social insects.