Life of the Honeybee

Life of the Honeybee While a honeybee is well known for its sweet honey and painful sting other aspects of the honeybee s life may not be so familiar What tricks of navigation lead worker bees from the hive to the field

  • Title: Life of the Honeybee
  • Author: Heiderose Fischer-Nagel Andreas Fischer-Nagel
  • ISBN: 9780876144701
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
  • While a honeybee is well known for its sweet honey and painful sting, other aspects of the honeybee s life may not be so familiar What tricks of navigation lead worker bees from the hive to the field, and back again What kind of honeybee has no stinger In Life of the Honeybee, readers will find the answers to these questions and much as the Fischer Nagels stunningWhile a honeybee is well known for its sweet honey and painful sting, other aspects of the honeybee s life may not be so familiar What tricks of navigation lead worker bees from the hive to the field, and back again What kind of honeybee has no stinger In Life of the Honeybee, readers will find the answers to these questions and much as the Fischer Nagels stunning, full color photographs and straightforward text take them inside the bee colony.

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    1. There are some very nice pictures in this book. It does a good job of explaining the lifecycle of a Bee. This includes many nice pictures of the lifecycle. Use in the classroom for reports on insects. Although it has a lot of information, I am not sure that all of it is accurate and that it says that honey bee queen's produce 1500 eggs per day and that hive size is only 35,000 bees. Use this book with caution only or warn the children that it may not be wholly accurate.

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