. Beekeeping; a discussion of the life of the honeybee and of the production of honey. Bees; Honey. The Life Processes of the Individual 137. Fig. 72. — Mouth parts of the worker: A, tip of glossa; B, same from above; C, small piece of glossal rod; D, parts forming the proboscis, flattened out, ventral view; E, cross-section of glossa; F, end of mentum (MQ and bases of ligula (Lg) and labial palpi (LbPlp) ; G, lateral view of proboscis, showing parts on left side; H, lateral view of glossa with its rod detached. that the wax is changed chemically when it is manipulated by the mandibles. A seco

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. Beekeeping; a discussion of the life of the honeybee and of the production of honey. Bees; Honey. The Life Processes of the Individual 137. Fig. 72. — Mouth parts of the worker: A, tip of glossa; B, same from above; C, small piece of glossal rod; D, parts forming the proboscis, flattened out, ventral view; E, cross-section of glossa; F, end of mentum (MQ and bases of ligula (Lg) and labial palpi (LbPlp) ; G, lateral view of proboscis, showing parts on left side; H, lateral view of glossa with its rod detached. that the wax is changed chemically when it is manipulated by the mandibles. A second gland (Fig. 71, 2MdGl) is found in workers only on the inner wall of the postgena {Pge) with an opening at the base of the mandibles.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Phillips, Everett Franklin, 1878-1951. New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co. , ltd.

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