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Insects, Oh Yes! -- Figure 21. Food which relies on pollination.

Insects, Oh Yes! -- Figure 21. Food which relies on pollination.

A queen larva afloat in a royal jelly.  Bees don't defecate as larvae, so can rest directly in their food, breathing through the exposed spiracles of their body.  The jelly is the "perfect food" - no other source of nutrition is necessary! The Scientific Beekeeper @ scientificbeekeeping .com

A queen larva afloat in a royal jelly. Bees don't defecate as larvae, so can rest directly in their food, breathing through the exposed spiracles of their body. The jelly is the "perfect food" - no other source of nutrition is necessary! The Scientific Beekeeper @ scientificbeekeeping .com

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To Get Users To Make Smarter Choices Now, Show Them Their Future

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Plant Adaptations For Pollination And Seed Dispersal-http://www.exploringnature.org/db/detail.php?dbID=26&detID=2795

Plant Adaptations For Pollination And Seed Dispersal-http://www.exploringnature.org/db/detail.php?dbID=26&detID=2795

It’s no wonder that the Guinness Book of Records has kept a category of “most pounds of bees worn on the body.” The bees are weighed rather than counted because depending on the honey bee strain, their weight can differ considerably.

It’s no wonder that the Guinness Book of Records has kept a category of “most pounds of bees worn on the body.” The bees are weighed rather than counted because depending on the honey bee strain, their weight can differ considerably.

Bees Crafts, Activities, Lessons, Games, and Printables | KidsSoup

Bees Crafts, Activities, Lessons, Games, and Printables | KidsSoup

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