Honey Bee


Honey Bee

Scientific Name: Apis mellifera

Honey Bees, Apis mellifera, play a vital role in pollinating plants and maintaining the ecological balance in Huntington Beach, California, and beyond. These social insects have yellow and black striped bodies, with females equipped with stingers for defense. Honey Bees are active year-round, though their activity levels vary with temperature and resource availability. They collect nectar and pollen from a wide range of flowering plants, contributing to the reproduction of numerous plant species. Honey Bees also produce honey and beeswax, which have been harvested by humans for millennia for various culinary and industrial purposes.

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