Basic Honey Bee Anatomy

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Basic Honey Bee Anatomy

 The more you know about the way bees are put together the more their behaviors make sense. Honey bees, because they have evolved to exist in the synergistic society called a superorganism (a cooperative collective of individuals comprising a self-sustaining unit), are guided by a combination of instinct and biological directives that a render their actions, to a degree, intelligible and predictable. The better we understand how and why honey bees do what they do, the better able we are to support them.

Table of Contents:

  • Anatomy
  • cuticle
  • antennae
  • eyes
  • mouth
  • legs 
  • wings
  • stinger
  • digestive system
  • respiratory system
  • nervous system
  • circulatory system
  • reproductive system female
  • reproductive system male
  • glands
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