Apidae

[n] - honeybees
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Apidae

family Apidae noun honeybees; carpenter bees; bumblebees
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Apidae

(from the article `bee`) ...noted for their elaborate nest structures; Anthophoridae (including carpenter bees and cuckoo bees), a large family that includes three ...
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Apidae

The Apidae are a large family of bees, comprising the common honey bees, stingless bees (also used for honey production), carpenter bees, orchid bees, cuckoo bees, bumblebees, and various other less well-known tribes and groups. Many are valuable pollinators in natural habitats and for agricultural crops. ==Taxonomy== The family Apidae presently i...
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