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Honey bee biology. Jamie Ellis, PhD – jdellis@ufl.edu Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory University of Florida. Epidermis + cuticle = integument. Johnston Organ. The fore and hind wings are held together with little hooks called hamuli. Honey bee hairs are branched.

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honey bee biology

Honey bee biology

Jamie Ellis, PhD – jdellis@ufl.edu

Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory

University of Florida

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Honey bee hairs are branched

corbiculum opposed to scopa

slide13

egg

fertilized?

male

not

queen

worker

not

well-fed?

slide26

9-oxodecenoic acid (9-ODA)

9-hydroxy-(E)-2-decenoic acid (9-HDA)

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41o F

86o F

88o F

66o F

95o F

95o F