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Drone (bee)

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A drone is a male bee that is the product of an unfertilized egg. Unlike the female worker bee, drones do not have stingers and do not participate in nectar and ...

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Aug 26, 2013 ... Drone honey bees are male. They do not have a stinger and really don't work in the colony at all. Their sole purpose is to be available in case a ...

Understanding the Role of the Drone Bee in a Hive - For Dummies

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What is a drone bee? - Healthy with Honey

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Mar 4, 2015 ... The answer to 'what is a drone bee' is quite simple: male bees. The bee males of the hive. The ones that ensure the perpetuation of honey bee ...

The Bee Journal: The Drone Honey Bee

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Jul 4, 2009 ... Most people--well, it's probably more accurate to say women--laugh when they hear that the drone doesn't do anything to help around the ...

Bees: The Individual and the Colony

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The honey bee colony includes both male and female bees for only a portion of the year. The males, or drone bees, are normally present in spring and summer.

Bee Hive Hierarchy and Activities | Big Island Bees

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Each of our hives each has about 50000 bees. Each hive has one queen, and 100 female worker bees for every male drone bee. The queen's only job is to lay  ...

Organization of a bee colony

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In the worker cells in the lower part of the comb, the bees rear worker brood; in the upper part of the comb, they store pollen and honey. In the drone cells, the ...

Drones & Queens - acbees apiaries

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Drones leave the hive each day to gather and fly in an area called the Drone .... pollen on bees and in cells, dead mouse, drone, and queen laying an egg

Why your drones are getting the boot | Bee Informed Partnership

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Nov 8, 2013 ... Drones, male bees, are not physically capable of doing work around the ... and could the drone bees, in fact, be left to remain for the winter?

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The Drone Bee: an overview of the life of a male honey bee

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he Drone Bee: about the life of the male honey bee and its role in the colony.

Beekeeping/Drone Bee - Wikibooks, open books for an open world

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The drone honeybee is the only male resident within a colony of bees. At the beginning of a spring season their population is often below one hundred, with a  ...

Bee Facts - Bee Magic Chronicles

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Bee Facts. There are three kinds of bees in a hive: Queen, Worker and Drone. Only the Queen in the hive lays eggs. She communicates with her hive with her ...