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Are you looking for information about different types of bees? In fact, other people
have made search queries in Google for a similar topic. Thus you are the only one.
Effectively, there is more than one type of bees. Thus, it can be understood that,
different types of bees will present contrasting characteristics. In this article, I hope to
give you an overview of 4 types of honeybees. These species are: the: apis florae, the
apis dorsata, the apis cerana and the apis mellifera.

The apis florae is within these 4 Different types of bees

The apis florae is a type of honey bees that is not readily domesticated. In fact, this
specie of bees does not accept to be disturbed a lot, in contrast with domesticated
honey bees. Bees from the apis florae species have chances to leave the hive due to
disturbances. To use a proper term, it can be said that apis florae bees abscond or
abandon their beehive in response to disturbances. Bees of this species are not the
only ones that may display an absconding behavior. It could be remarked of the hives of
the apis florae that they are single combs hives.


Among the different types of bees is the apis dorsata


The apis dorsata is also another type of bees that is not readily domesticated. Like the
apis florae, the apis dorsata do not tolerate a high level of disturbance. Another
similarity between the apis florae and the apis dorsata is found in the way they both
create their hives. In fact, with the apis dorsata, once more, we have the single comb
hive. The apis dorsata hives can be found suspended from trees like those of the
precedent bee specie. These hives could be 5 meters above the ground and serve as a
form of protection against honey loving predators of a bigger size. The apis dorsata can
be found in dense forests. Moreover, the rock bees, another appellation of the apis
dorsata, are larger than other bees.


The apis cerana


This third type of bees is also called oriental honey bees. The oriental bees are
particularly active in pollination. Additionally, the area covered by the apis cerana is
actually bigger than that covered by the apis dorsata and the apis florae. The oriental
bee can be located in tropical regions among others. The apis cerana may also
abscond. This being this specie of bees can be raised and kept by human beings.
Where do bees from the apis cerana live? Actually, these bees dwell in cavities. This
being, concerning the size of bees from this species it is not really possible to give only
one, because their size varies. Why would their size vary? In reality, the size of these
bees is influenced by the fact that the oriental bees are found in more than one place
that have very different climates.


The last one in this List: The apis mellifera


The apis mellifera or European honey bee lives in cavities like the oriental bee. Despite
its name, the European honey bees are not only found in parts of western Europe but
also in te United states. Furthermore, the apis mellifera can also be located in Asia. Like
the apis cerana, the hives constructed by the apis mellifera are parallel combs. With this
species of bees, the division of labor is consistent. Moreover, the social hierarchy is well
maintained.

								
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