Honey bees do serve an important role in pollination and ecology. They produce large amounts of honey and as pollinators, they are vital to the environment and food supply.
Honeybees like gardens where there is an array of flowering vegetation. In order for them to produce honey, they eat the nectar and the pollen from flowers.
When hives exist close to residential and commercial properties there is a potential for people and pets to get stung because these bees can become aggressive.
Because of the sting and the danger to those that are allergic, it is vital to get rid of these nests. Not only are they a medical threat, but they can also be a structural threat as well. It is highly recommended to hire a professional pest control company that can remove the nest correctly and relocate it.
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Honey bees are typically golden yellow with brown rings, however, the body color can vary between species. Some species can be mostly black.
Honey bees have 3 pairs of legs that are split into 6 segments. The front legs are used to clean their antennas, whereas the back legs are used to accumulate pollen. The tip of their legs is where their taste receptors are.
15 mm long
The body is oval-shaped with a stinger, antenna, legs and 3 segments of thorax and 6 visible segments of the abdomen.
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