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Noun, 1. Apis mellifera - social bee often domesticated for the honey it produces.

Mellifera is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Mellifera books and related discussion.

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Varying degrees of Apis mellifera ligustica introgression in protected
Proboscis conditioning experiments with honeybees, Apis mellifera
mellifera caucasica, with butyric acid and DEET mixture as conditioned and unconditioned stimuli. Charles I. Abramson1a, Tugrul Giray2b, T.
The Biology of the Honeybee, Apis Mellifera
Apr 14, 2007 Species Apis mellifera. Honeybees probably originated in Tropical Africa and spread from South Africa to Northern Europe and.
The Biology of the Honeybee, Apis Mellifera
Apis Mellifera. NOTE: The images found in this document have been redrawn from Mark L. Winston.
Salvia mellifera Greene black sage LAMIACEAE Synonyms
mellifera” means “honey producing” and refers to its use by nectar foraging bees .

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Bee Awareness event today in Fort Myers
• They are the same species (Apis mellifera), but are classified as different races or subspecies. • European honeybees were first introduced to the Americas in the 1500s by European explorers.
In the Park
Now before you get any wrong ideas about my connections with people in high places let me explain that the “Queen” in question is not, you-know-who, from Balmoral but is Apis Mellifera, better known as the honeybee.
Help our honeybees
by Diarmuid Gavin, Daily Mirror 13/08/2011 In today's world, it is amazing to think that we still depend so heavily on the honeybee (Apis mellifera) for the pollination of our food crops.
National Geographic Bees Make DC a Little Sweeter
The NG bees are common Apis mellifera. Photo by Andrew Howley/NGS. Ian grew up in the Philippines, and as a child had decided he wanted to try the honey of the local bees.
Those are just regular honeybees you're seeing
There is only one species of honeybee (Apis mellifera) in the United States and Canada, but there are four species worldwide. What you have observed are honeybees with loaded pollen sacs found near the rear leg on each side.

Suggested Web Resources

Western honey bee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Western honey bee or European honey bee (Apis mellifera) is a species of honey bee.
mellifera: research and project blog of the mellifera project
Aug 6, 2010 mellifera : neoNascent is a rebirth of the mellifera environment on the OpenSim platform.
The Honey Bee (Apis mellifera), life-cycle structure and behavior
Bee - HGSC at Baylor College of Medicine
The HGSC has sequenced the honey bee, Apis mellifera. The version 4.0 assembly was released in March 2006 and published in October 2006.
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera)
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera). Click the speaker to hear the Honey Bee! What do bees look like?

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