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Apis mellifera scutellata 1355021
 

 

 

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English: Apis mellifera scutellata
  • Common Name: Africanized honey bee
  • Photographer: Scott Bauer, USDA Agricultural Research Service, United States
  • Descriptor: Feature(s)
  • Description: Closeup of Africanized honey bees (AHBs) surrounding a European queen honey bee (EHB), marked with a pink dot for identification. Since AHBs arrived in Texas in 1990, they've mated with EHBs and spread throughout the Southwest. But rather than commingling, AHBs tend to replace EHBs, partly because EHB queen bees mate disproportionately with African drones.
  • Image taken in: United States
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Synanthedon culiciformis.jpg This image is Image Number 1355021 at Insect Images, a source for entomological images operated by The Bugwood Network at the University of Georgia and the USDA Forest Service.
Author Scott Bauer, USDA Agricultural Research Service
DomainEukaryota • RegnumAnimalia • PhylumArthropoda • SubphylumHexapoda • ClassisInsecta • SubclassisPterygota • InfraclassisNeoptera • SuperordoEndopterygota • OrdoHymenoptera • FamiliaApidae • GenusApis • SpeciesApis mellifera scutellata

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Public domain This image is in the public domain because it contains materials that originally came from the Agricultural Research Service, the research agency of the United States Department of Agriculture.

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Apis mellifera scutellata Common Name: Africanized honey bee Photographer: Scott Bauer, USDA Agricultural Research Service, United States Descriptor: Feature(s) Description: Closeup of Africanized honey bees (AHBs) surrounding a European queen honey bee (EHB), marked with a pink dot for identification. Since AHBs arrived in Texas in 1990, they've mated with EHBs and spread throughout the Southwest. But rather than commingling, AHBs tend to replace EHBs, partly because EHB queen bees mate disproportionately with African drones. Image taken in: United States Español: Apis mellifera scutellata


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