honey bee

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The honey bee came with the white man,—or rather, just preceded him.

The larva of Andrena (Fig. 29) is soft and fleshy, like that of the Honey bee.

In the tropics, the Honey bee is replaced by the Meliponas and Trigonas.

The honey bee unlike other insects in its colonizing habits.

The Orientals call the honey bee, Deburrah, "She that speaketh."

We might justly compare our industry to that of the honey bee.

A Cyclopdia of everything pertaining to the care of the Honey Bee.

But the stems of the mints are four-square, and the cells of the honey bee are six-sided.

The honey bee must be ranked next to the silkworm in economical importance.

The Honey Bee was imported from Europe and is not a native of this country.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR HONEY BEE

bee

nounhoney-making, stinging insect
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