The Bee is part of the family of the Apes of the order of the Hymenoptera and, like all insects have six legs and has the body divided into three parts: head, chest, and abdomen.
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Its mouthparts are structured so that it has no difficulty in collecting the liquids that the insect mixes with the secretion of the salivary glands through the pharynx.
Once they enter the ingluvie or melaria bag, they undergo the action of the enzymes of saliva that changes the nectar into honey.
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In addition to the liquids, the indispensable element for melliferous is the pollen that provides substances rotate, this is collected and stored mainly in the legs.
The Bee lives in the hive, and its initial construction is entrusted to the youngest bees, who make a grouping of hexagonal wax cells to contain the larvae of the brood and to store honey and pollen.
The society of the bees is matriarchal, multiplies by swarms, and it is divided into three castes: queen, drones and worker bees.
The queen is a female destined to live in the nest laying the eggs there unless she has to swarm, that is, guide the swarm coming out from the hive, for this reason, the worker bees build more real cells, to have more queens who can guide them out of the colony.
The drones are male, come out from unfertilized eggs. They laid by the queen in big hexagonal cells, they are much more massive, covered by hair and precious of olfactory and tactile senses.
They are exclusively useful for mating with the queen bee. They live for about 24 hours.
The worker bees are females who do not lay eggs and can be divided into various categories depending on their age. The youngest ones are dedicated to the cleaning of the cells.
From the third day of life, they feed the larvae with honey and pollen, to the eleventh day of life they train to become foragers and guard the hive by placing themselves in front of the entrance to drive away any intruders.
Only on the twenty-first day of life do they become permanent foragers, collecting nectar and pollen.