Apoidea

Incertae sedis The superfamily Apoidea is a major group within the Hymenoptera, which includes two traditionally recognized lineages, the `sphecoid` wasps, and the bees. == Nomenclature == Bees appear in recent classifications to be a specialized lineage of crabronid wasps that switched to the use of pollen and nectar as larval food, rather than.....
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Apoidea

superfamily Apoidea noun bees
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Apoidea

Apoidea is the Bee super-family of insects of the sub-order Apocrita, order Hymenoptera. The mouthparts are transformed into a sucking tube of variable length to reach the nectar at the bottom of trumpet-shaped flowers. Most species are solitary, a few are social. Social species create colonies founded by a female (known as the queen). In solitary ...
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Apoidea

[n] - bees
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