Drone Bee. By Andrew Flaherty and Laurent Sainte-Marie. The Drone Bee. What does it do?
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By Andrew Flaherty and Laurent Sainte-Marie
Drones will die off or are ejected from the hive by the worker bees in late autumn, and do not reappear in the bee hive until late spring.
Egg3 daysAdult dies after mating
Adult 24 days
85-86 days dies
Eats honey, nectar, and pollen.
6 ½ days
14 ½ days
Cell capped 10 days
Normand Talbot, J’aimeraisConnaitre… Les Abeilles, Vol. 2, Regenstiener Publishing Enterprises INC. Quebec, 1972