How to use Honeybees in a sentence

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  • There were no indigenous honeybees in any part of the New World - the Americas and Australasia.

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  • Researchers in Australia reported that both honeybees and crab spiders are frequently found on Japanese jasmine.

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  • This time of day ensures honeybees are not active and minimizes potential foliage damage that can occur when used in very warm weather.

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  • However, the so-called "killer bees," or Africanized honeybees, are far more aggressive and may sting in swarms.

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  • Wild honeybees live in honeycombs or colonies in cavities of buildings or in hollow trees.

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  • Africanized honeybees may nest in old tires or holes in the ground, in house frames, or between fence posts.

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  • For children who have a known allergy to the venom of honeybees, parents need to use caution (and consult with a physician) before using any honeybee products.

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  • Beeswax is a type of natural wax produced in the bee hive of honeybees.

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  • All bees are part of this group, including the typical bumblebee, honeybees and the "Africanized" bee, also known as the killer bee.

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  • Continue Reading Add comment Italians charmed by honeybees By Web Editor.

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  • The Governmentâs own survey, published in 2001 showed that honeybees contribute at least £ 120 million to the agricultural economy of the country.

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  • European settlers introduced European honeybees to New England in about 1638.

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  • Species common to the United States include fire ants, honeybees, bumblebees, yellow jackets, bald-faced hornets, brown hornets, and paper wasps.

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  • Honeybees have a fuzzy, rounded body with dark brown coloring and yellow markings.

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  • Honeybees are usually not aggressive and will only sting if provoked.

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