The life of bees: Honey bees live in groups, including the Queen Bee, Male Bee and Worker Bee.
Members of the bee colony:
Queen Bee: Normally, each colony of bees has only one queen bee. Queen bee of domestic salamander lays on average 400 – 600 eggs / day and night. Queen bee has the largest shape in the herd: balanced shape, elongated belly, newborn queen has a lot of fluff, smooth, and fast crawl. Queen bee is the only reproductive fish capable of reproducing to maintain herd and regulate the activity of the bee.
Male bees: Black and the only task is to mate with the queen bee. Male bees can live for 50-60 days. After mating, male bees die or when they lack food, they will go out and starve.
Worker bee: Has the largest number in the herd and has inadequately developed reproductive organs. Worker bees have a structure suitable for raising larvae, collecting honey and pollen … The life expectancy of worker bees only lasts from 5-8 weeks. When to raise many larvae, get more bile, the life expectancy is reduced and vice versa. Some worker bees are on a reconnaissance mission, fly away to find the source of honey and pollen and notify the harvested bees to smoke the honey for the reception bees. Bees receive the secretion of enamel on honey, fan the wind and gradually transfer the honey from the bowl at the bottom to the top of the cake.