English: Placing honeybees for pumpkin pollination, WOOD-BURN, CANBY OREGON.
English: A hive of Apis dorsata (giant honey bees) I photographed whilst in Mt Abu, India. This hive was situated right next to a glass window of a building enabling me to get close enough.
Honeycomb of Western honey bees (Apis mellifera) with eggs and larvae.
Bee on plum tree with pollen.
English: Honey Bee on Sedum Up until around a year ago the blooms of these flowers would be covered in honey bees. This year just one solitary bee is making its way round all the flower heads.
A honey bee collecting nectar from an apple flower.
A European honey bee (Apis mellifera) extracts nectar from an Aster flower using its proboscis.
English: European honey bees (Apis mellifera) on a honeycomb in the Wilhelma, Stuttgart, Germany. Deutsch: Westliche Honigbienen (Apis mellifera) auf Waben in der Wilhelma, Stuttgart, Deutschland.
English: A swarm of s or European honey bees (Apis mellifera).
English: Honey bees cleaning the last of the honey off of a comb which has been processed.
This image was selected as a picture of the week on the Malay.
Honey bee on Sedum autumn joy (Hylotelephium telephium)
Our bees pollinate fruit and veggies!
|Our bees do the pollination’s for all fruits and veggies !
Sweetclovers, white and yellow
The following crops set fruit or seed without insect visits but yields and quality may be improved by honey bees:
Honey bees visit several important crops but do not improve their yields of fruit or seed. These include the following:
| String or snap bean
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