Bees Know Their Numbers
A honeybee (Apis mellifera) forages for pollen on a daisy-like flower in a cultivated garden on a winter day in Africa.
Bees Do the Wave to Save Their Lives
Giant honeybees, native to Asia, can be twice the size of Western honeybees. This species performs a shimmering wave to ward off predatory wasps.
Busy as Bees: Reproductive Chaos after Queen's Death
This nest of Asian dwarf red honeybees is built as a single comb from a twig, making it accessible to invading workers from other colonies once the queen dies.
Fly larvae comes out of honeybee
An A. borealis larvae crawls out of a dead honeybee.