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Honey Bees & Beekeeping

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4 This type of honeybee lays up to 2000 eggs per day.
6 The gland used to draw other foraging bees to a flower source.
7 These substances can poison bees through residues found in flowers and nectar.
9 Bees have multiple mini-brains throughout their bodies called ________.
10 He is known as 'The Father of American Beekeeping' and he developed the common hive used by beekeepers today.
11 This tool is used to remove wax from cells of frames in a hive.
12 Tiny openings that bring oxygen into the bee's body.
13 This is the favored breed of honeybee in America
14 Bees have specialized vision allowing them to see in this spectrum.
16 A parasitic mite that weakens bees by sucking their blood.
18 The resin that bees collect from tree buds and sap.
19 This substance, made by honeybees, has been used to make candles and lip balm.
20 This is the waterproof armor that covers a bee.
21 This piece of equipment is used to 'calm' the bees and drive them into the lower parts of the hive.
22 This happens when bees crowd together in the winter to keep the queen warm.
24 Bees land on many flowers in search of this liquid.
25 He translated the dancing communication of honeybees.
26 This organ allows the queen to choose whether her offspring will be male or female.
30 This is the stage in a young bee's life that ends with a cocoon being spun.
31 This type of honeybee is fatherless and has no stinger.
32 This sweet substance is twice regurgitated nectar that has been reduced to 18% moisture.
1 They took honeybees across the Rocky Mountains in the 1840's.
2 These are found at the base of a flower head and develop into fruit.
3 This breed of honeybee was developed by a monk to resist a type of tracheal mite.
5 This substance comes from the glands in a nurse bees head. It helps to develop a young bee into a queen.
7 This is the stage of a young bee's life in which it gradually metamorphasizes.
8 The name given to the mysterious occurrence of disappearing bee populations.
15 This part of a standard hive is used to collect surplus honey. You only need one of them in your first year of beekeeping.
17 This type of honeybee performs most of the tasks and can be seen foraging on flowers.
18 The male seed of flowers.
23 Honeybees have three body segments; the head, ________, and the abdomen.
26 This occurs when an old queen leaves the hive, with half the workers, in search of a new home.
27 Honeybees have two of these to feel and detect smells.
28 Honeybees use this to create static electricity to draw pollen to their bodies.
29 These are the tiny storage compartments where bees keep honey and where developing bees grow.
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