Life and reproduction of bees. - Stock image

Bee, Beeswax, Carrying, Cocoon, Colony

Life and reproduction of bees. royalty-free stock photo
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Upload date:October 05, 2012


Set aside in honeycombs by the uterus of egg, young (those, that does not yet fly) bees feed during a few days. Eggs in course of time transform in cher'vey. It is later than a cell closed by waxen lids (on a picture on the right). In 21 day of lid is bitten in and a young bee goes out from a cell. She is recognized on brilliance of wings.
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