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There are three types of honey bees in a beehive . They are QUEEN bee , FEMALE WORKER bee and  MALE DRONES. There will be on and only Queen bee , many FEMALE WORKER bees and many MALE DRONES.A bee hive contains nearly 10,000  to 60,000 bees. The life span of a bee is short . The Queen is the largest bee and lays all the eggs that maintain the hive population.The queens are developed from larvae selected by worker bees and specially fed in order to become sexually mature. There is normally only one adult, mated queen in a hive, in which case the bees will usually follow and fiercely protect her.Worker bee does not have well developed reproductive system as the Queen bee. Worker bee only collects the pollen grains from the flower with the help of pollen bags on its back legs.Unlike the female worker bee , drones do not have stingers and do not participate in nectar and pollen gathering. A drones' primary role is to mate with a fertile queen. Drones are the product of unfertilised egg.
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there are 3 types of bees..queen bee , drone bee and the workers .. the queen bee lay the eggs. the drones are male bees that fertilise the queen bee. workers collect the nectar from the flowers and convert it into honey besides maintain the comb..................hope I helped u!!!!
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there are three types of bees in a beehive . they are queen bee , drones and the worker bee. there is one queen bee and the its duty is to lay the eggs. the drones are the male bees which fertilise the queen bee. the workers perform the duty of collecting the nectar and converting into honey besides maintaining the comb.

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