|Bees are familiar insects to most people. Bees live in complex colonies run by a queen bee that organizes colony behavior by passing chemical signals to worker bees. Worker bees are all females, daughters of the queen. Male bees, drones, are occasionally produced in the colony only when needed to mate with new queen bees.
Bee workers collect pollen and plant nectar which is used for food. Bees pollinate the plants they visit in order to collect pollen and plant nectar is transformed into honey for storage and is the colony's main food reserve. Plant pollen serves as the colony's protein food reserve.
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In general honey bees need to be preserved to pollinate, but in certain situations they can pose a great danger and need to be removed or exterminated. While some people are allergic to honey bee venom, stings from honey bees are far less common than wasp stings or yellow jackets.