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Honey Bee Honey bees, although one of the most popular bees, represent only a small percent of bee species. Honey bees are the only surviving group of bees from the Apini tribe, which is under the Apis genus. They are known for producing and storing honey, or liquefied sugar, as well as building impressively large nests using wax secreted by workers in a particular colony.<br />
The honey bee is one member of the insect class Insecta. These insects are members of the subfamily Apinae, which produce and store liquefied sugar, otherwise known as honey. Apini tribe,Apis cerana,Apis genus,Bangladesh,Eastern honey bee,Geotagged,Honey Bee,Winter Click/tap to enlarge Country intro

Honey Bee

Honey bees, although one of the most popular bees, represent only a small percent of bee species. Honey bees are the only surviving group of bees from the Apini tribe, which is under the Apis genus. They are known for producing and storing honey, or liquefied sugar, as well as building impressively large nests using wax secreted by workers in a particular colony.
The honey bee is one member of the insect class Insecta. These insects are members of the subfamily Apinae, which produce and store liquefied sugar, otherwise known as honey.

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''Apis cerana'', or the Asiatic honey bee , is a species of honey bee found in southern and southeastern Asia, such as China, Pakistan, India, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Bangladesh and Papua New Guinea. This species is the sister species of ''Apis koschevnikovi'', and both are in the same subgenus as the Western honey bee, ''Apis mellifera''.

Species identified by Birol Faisal
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By Birol Faisal

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Uploaded May 6, 2015. Captured Feb 4, 2015 08:54 in Unnamed Road, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Canon EOS 70D
  • f/4.0
  • 1/1000s
  • ISO200
  • 200mm