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The bee by txatxy

The bee sucks the nectar from the nectaries of the flowers and this is deposited in the melary crop that has in the thoracic region. This nectar has a high concentration of water and dilute sugars. It is the energetic food of the bee, which is deposited in the hexagonal cells of the wax honeycombs and slowly undergoes a process of dehydration until reaching the 18 percent humidity, giving rise to the honey. The harvesting of the nectar takes place throughout the day, following the schedules of delivery of the different species of plants.


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