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Honey bees are a species of Hymenoptera insects, which also includes wasps and ants, and are social insects

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Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Thomas Hendra Stapletons Beehives at Gwinear, Cornwall. 1912-1913

Thomas Hendra Stapletons Beehives at Gwinear, Cornwall. 1912-1913
Beehives belonging to Thomas Hendra Stapleton of Gwinear, a professional bee keeper and producer of children, having 12 or 13

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bee (Apis mellifera), internal anatomy, cross-section

Honey Bee (Apis mellifera), internal anatomy, cross-section

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Beekeeper, 1872. Artist: Kramskoi, Ivan Nikolayevich (1837-1887)

Beekeeper, 1872. Artist: Kramskoi, Ivan Nikolayevich (1837-1887)
Beekeeper, 1872. Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: A swarm of bees which settled at the foot of a pole on a bomb site in Victoria Street

A swarm of bees which settled at the foot of a pole on a bomb site in Victoria Street caused a large crowd to collect as PC Marshall, of Scotland Yard

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey bees, (Apis mellifera) honeycomb and life cycle, expanded cross-section and insets

Honey bees, (Apis mellifera) honeycomb and life cycle, expanded cross-section and insets

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bee - Queen & workers on comb

Honey Bee - Queen & workers on comb
JLM-9590 Honeybee - Queen & workers on comb John Mason Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Sun bear - showing long tongue. Such a tongue may be advantageous in its diet of honey

Sun bear - showing long tongue. Such a tongue may be advantageous in its diet of honey, colonial insects eg
AUS-1762 Sun bear - showing long tongue Range is tropical rainforest from Burma to Sumatra with smaller subspecies in Borneo

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Shakespeares Bees by Pauline Baynes

Shakespeares Bees by Pauline Baynes
William Shakespeare, lost in thought, and inspired by a swarm of honey bees as he writes Henry V

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey bee on a flower

Honey bee on a flower
Honey bee (Apis mellifera) on a flower

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Beehive / Bee / Honey 1926

Beehive / Bee / Honey 1926
A beehive, and one bee

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: European Bee-Eater

European Bee-Eater
ROY-381-m European Bee Eater - Perched with a honey bee in its bill being approached by a Eurasian Hoopoe (Upupa epops) attempting to steal the bee Aragon - Pyrenees - Spain Merops apiaster Roy Glen

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bees - on comb & brood cells

Honey Bees - on comb & brood cells
JLM-8126 Honeybees and Brood Cells Apis mellifera John Mason Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bee, Apis mellifera, bees on wild honey cone, Welder Wildlife Refuge, Sinton

Honey Bee, Apis mellifera, bees on wild honey cone, Welder Wildlife Refuge, Sinton, Texas, USA

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Queen Honey Bee Clipped wings, UK

Queen Honey Bee Clipped wings, UK
SPH-320 Queen Honeybee - Clipped wings, UK Apis mellifera Steve Hopkin Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bee Hives In forest in winter

Honey Bee Hives In forest in winter
PPG-429 Honey Beehives In forest in winter Pascal Goetgheluck Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Beekeeping / Diderot

Beekeeping / Diderot
Various procedures of apiculture

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bees - tending honeycomb - UK

Honey Bees - tending honeycomb - UK
SPH-288 Honeybee - workers tending honeycomb UK Apis mellifera Steve Hopkin

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honet Bee - tending honeycomb UK

Honet Bee - tending honeycomb UK
SPH-300 Honey Bee - tending honeycomb UK Apis mellifera Steve Hopkin Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey bee macro and flower

Honey bee macro and flower
Honey bee collecting nectar from our backyard basil plant

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: European honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeding on ice plant flowers (Sedum spectabile)

European honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeding on ice plant flowers (Sedum spectabile), Monmouthshire, Wales, UK. September

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeding from Lavender (Lavandula) flowers, Mayfield Lavender Farm

Honey bee (Apis mellifera) feeding from Lavender (Lavandula) flowers, Mayfield Lavender Farm, North Downs, Surrey, UK, July

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Englands oldest beekeeper, 85-year-old Mr C

Englands oldest beekeeper, 85-year-old Mr C. T. Overton of Crawley, Sussex who has been keeping bees since 1882 is exhibiting at the National Honey Show at the Horticultural Hall, Westminster

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bee Apis mellifera on thistle Norfolk summer

Honey Bee Apis mellifera on thistle Norfolk summer

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: GM1E62A1CZM01

GM1E62A1CZM01
Worshippers gather around candles, stuck to jars with honey, during a religious mass in the church of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin in the city of Blagoevgrad

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Anatomy of the Apis, No. XXVII, Leuckarts Zoological Wall Chart

Anatomy of the Apis, No. XXVII, Leuckarts Zoological Wall Chart
HMB306152 Anatomy of the Apis, No.XXVII, Leuckarts Zoological Wall Chart, 1877-98 (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); 137x101 cm; Humboldt-Universitaet, Berlin

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Rosicrucian Allegory, copy of an engraving by Johann Theodore de Bry (c

Rosicrucian Allegory, copy of an engraving by Johann Theodore de Bry (c
STC202580 Rosicrucian Allegory, copy of an engraving by Johann Theodore de Bry (c.1598), used in a History of Magic, published late 19th century (engraving) by French School

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Beekeeping

Beekeeping (or apiculture, from Latin: apis bee ) is the maintenance of honey bee colonies, commonly in hives

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Carpenter Bee collecting nectar, Kentucky

Carpenter Bee collecting nectar, Kentucky

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: France-Environment-Bees

France-Environment-Bees
Bees on a honeycomb in the Oblats Park in Nantes. / AFP PHOTO / GEORGES GOBET

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Rural scene with honeysuckle and poppies

Rural scene with honeysuckle and poppies
A pretty rural scene with pink honeysuckle, yellow primroses and red poppies growing by a stone wall, with a cornfield and a windmill in the background

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bee - feeding on Rudbekia flower in garden, Lower Saxony, Germany

Honey Bee - feeding on Rudbekia flower in garden, Lower Saxony, Germany
USH-4354 Honey Bee - feeding on Rudbekia flower in garden Lower Saxony, Germany Apis mellifera Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Sunflowers with honey bees. UK

Sunflowers with honey bees. UK
DOW-277 Sunflowers with honey bees. UK Helianthus Steve Downer Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bee Worker tending honeycomb, UK

Honey Bee Worker tending honeycomb, UK
SPH-2203 Honeybee - Worker tending honeycomb UK. Apis mellifera Steve Hopkin Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey bees -Apis mellifera var carnica-, worker bees in panic formation on a comb with eggs

Honey bees -Apis mellifera var carnica-, worker bees in panic formation on a comb with eggs

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Western honey bees -Apis mellifera-, a large swarm of bees

Western honey bees -Apis mellifera-, a large swarm of bees

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bee worker Feeding on ivy showing pollen sack Bedfordshire UK

Honey Bee worker Feeding on ivy showing pollen sack Bedfordshire UK
BB-730 Honeybee worker - Feeding on ivy showing pollen sack Bedfordshire UK Apis mellifera Brian Bevan Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: A beehive in Cockermouth, Cumbria, UK that has been infected and damaged by the Varoa mite

A beehive in Cockermouth, Cumbria, UK that has been infected and damaged by the Varoa mite
Ashley Cooper / SpecialistStock

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Upstate New York Snow VIII

Upstate New York Snow VIII
Bethany Young

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Bee yourself

Bee yourself
Elle Belle Art

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Honey Bee

Honey Bee
Danny Mendoza

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Bees and the Honeycomb

Bees and the Honeycomb
Andreas Magnusson

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: City of Bees

City of Bees
Niyazi Gürgen

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Thirsty

Thirsty
Fahmi Bhs

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Venus with Cupid Stealing Honey, 1530. Creator: Lucas Cranach the Elder

Venus with Cupid Stealing Honey, 1530. Creator: Lucas Cranach the Elder
Venus with Cupid Stealing Honey, 1530

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: The Capture of a Swarm of Bees in a Farmyard, 1578/1605. Creator: Joannes Stradanus

The Capture of a Swarm of Bees in a Farmyard, 1578/1605. Creator: Joannes Stradanus
The Capture of a Swarm of Bees in a Farmyard, 1578/1605

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Provincial Industrial Exhibition of Canada, held at Montreal - the South Hall, 1850. Creator: Smyth

Provincial Industrial Exhibition of Canada, held at Montreal - the South Hall, 1850. Creator: Smyth
Provincial Industrial Exhibition of Canada, held at Montreal - the South Hall, 1850. Display...principally devoted to agricultural produce and machinery...Here are bundles of wheat, barley, oats

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: a family gathering

a family gathering
Wahyu Winda

Background imageHoney Bee Collection: Milk & Honey Pattern

Milk & Honey Pattern
Gemma Bardot



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Honey Bee Collection

Honey bees are a species of Hymenoptera insects, which also includes wasps and ants, and are social insects, living in large colonies of up to 50,000 individuals. Honey bees play an important role in the environment by pollinating plants and flowers. They collect nectar from flowers and use it to make honey, which is their main source of food. Honey bees have three castes within their colony: workers, drones and queens. The queen bee is responsible for laying eggs and producing new generations of honey bees; the workers take care of the hive's needs such as cleaning, collecting nectar from flowers and building wax comb; while the drones' only purpose is to mate with a queen bee from another colony, and are essential for our environment as they help maintain biodiversity by pollinating plants that produce fruits and vegetables that we consume daily.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Honey Bee collection from Media Storehouse features a variety of stunning images showcasing the beauty and importance of these Hymenoptera insects. Our collection includes wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that capture the intricate details of honey bees in their natural habitat. These products are perfect for bee enthusiasts or anyone who appreciates nature's wonders. Honey bees play a crucial role in pollinating plants and crops around the world, making them an essential part of our ecosystem. The images in our collection highlight their unique physical characteristics such as their fuzzy bodies and delicate wings while also showcasing their behavior within hives. Whether you're looking to decorate your home with beautiful artwork or searching for a thoughtful gift for someone special, the Honey Bee collection offers something for everyone. With high-quality printing techniques used on all products, each item is sure to be a treasured addition to any space.
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What are Honey Bee (Hymenoptera Insects Animals) art prints?

Honey Bee art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork featuring the iconic honey bee. These prints showcase the beauty and intricate details of these fascinating insects, from their distinctive black and yellow stripes to their delicate wings and fuzzy bodies. These art prints are perfect for anyone who loves nature, insects, or simply appreciates beautiful artwork. They make great additions to any home or office decor, adding a touch of natural beauty and sophistication to any space. Whether you're looking for a single print or a collection of several pieces, Honey Bee art prints offer something for everyone. With a variety of styles and sizes available, there's sure to be a print that fits your unique taste and style. So if you're looking for stunning artwork that celebrates the beauty of one of nature's most important creatures, look no further than Honey Bee art prints from Media Storehouse.
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What Honey Bee (Hymenoptera Insects Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Honey Bee art prints that you can choose from. These prints feature stunning images of honey bees captured in their natural habitats, including close-up shots of the insects and their hives. You can find both color and black and white prints, as well as various sizes to fit your needs. Some popular options include macro photography that captures intricate details on the bee's wings or body, while others showcase the bees at work pollinating flowers or collecting nectar. Additionally, there are also artistic interpretations of honey bees such as watercolor paintings or stylized illustrations. Whether you're looking for a print to decorate your home or office space with nature-inspired artwork, we have something for everyone who loves these fascinating creatures. With so many options available, you're sure to find the perfect Honey Bee art print that suits your style and taste.
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How do I buy Honey Bee (Hymenoptera Insects Animals) art prints?

To purchase Honey Bee art prints from Media Storehouse, you can follow a few simple steps. Firstly, visit the website and search for 'Honey Bee' in the search bar to view all available options. You can then select the print(s) you wish to purchase and add them to your cart. Once you have finished selecting your items, proceed to checkout where you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment details. It is important to ensure that all information entered is accurate before submitting your order. We offer a range of sizes and framing options for their prints so be sure to choose the one that best suits your needs. Once your order has been processed, it will be shipped directly to you. Buying Honey Bee art prints from Media Storehouse is a straightforward process that allows you to easily add beautiful artwork featuring these fascinating insects into your home or office decor.
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How much do Honey Bee (Hymenoptera Insects Animals) art prints cost?

The cost of Honey Bee art prints varies depending on the size, quality, and type of print. We offer a wide range of options for customers to choose from, including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints. The prices are competitive and affordable for most budgets. You can select their preferred artwork from a vast collection that features different styles and themes. Whether you're looking for realistic depictions or abstract interpretations of honey bees, there's something for everyone. Media Storehouse also provides customization options such as cropping or resizing images to fit specific requirements. This allows customers to tailor their purchases according to their preferences. The cost of Honey Bee art prints at Media Storehouse is reasonable considering the high-quality products available. It's an excellent option for anyone looking to add some nature-inspired decor to their home or office space without breaking the bank.
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How will my Honey Bee (Hymenoptera Insects Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Honey Bee art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives in pristine condition. Depending on the size of your order, we may ship it flat or rolled up in a sturdy tube. Our team works diligently to process and prepare your order for shipment as quickly as possible. Once your package is ready, we will send you an email confirmation with tracking information so that you can monitor its progress. We partner with trusted shipping carriers to deliver our products worldwide. Our standard shipping options include both domestic and international delivery services. Rest assured that we will do everything within our power to get your Honey Bee art prints delivered safely and efficiently. Westrive to provide a seamless experience from start to finish when it comes to delivering your Honey Bee art prints.