Sopark's focal taxon

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My Focal taxa

Bees are a major group of the order Hymenoptera in the section Aculeata. Bees are similar to one group of wasps but bees are usually more robust and hairy than wasps.The importance of bee activities, in terms of benefits to human, is their pollination of natural plants and of course the products of honey bees. For example wax and honey plus small quantities of royal jelly.


Individual Determined by Date Taxon Genus Species Morphotype
Indiv225 Sopark 7 July 2010 Hymenoptera : Apidae Honey bees
Indiv225 Sopark 7 July 2010 Hymenoptera : Apidae Honey Bee Morphotype 2
Indiv226 Sopark 7 July 2010 Hymenoptera : Apidae Honey bee
Indiv226 Sopark 7 July 2010 Hymenoptera : Apidae Honey Bee Morphotype 3
Indiv227 Sopark 7 July 2010 Hymenoptera : Apidae Honey bee
Indiv227 Sopark 7 July 2010 Hymenoptera : Apidae Honey Bee Morphotype 4
Indiv228 Sopark 7 July 2010 Hymenoptera : Apidae Honey bee morphotype 5
Indiv230 Sopark 7 July 2010 Hymenoptera : Apidae Honey Bee Morphotype 6
Indiv231 Sopark 7 July 2010 Hymenoptera : Apidae Honey Bee Morphotype 7
Bee characters matrix





Bee tree