. Langstroth on the hive and honey-bee. Bees. GENERAL CHARACTEEISTICS. 21 tractor linguas muscle, which, as it contracts, diminish<;s the space above the salivary valve, and so pumps out the saliva, which mixes with the nectar as it rises, by methods we now. Fig. 12. TONGUE AND APPENDAGES. (Magnified. After Barbd.) a, tongue; b, labial palpi; c^ maxilla. understand. Bees, it has often been observed, feed on thick syrup slowly; the reason is simple. The thick syrxip will not pass readily through minute passages without thinning by a. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned p

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. Langstroth on the hive and honey-bee. Bees. GENERAL CHARACTEEISTICS. 21 tractor linguas muscle, which, as it contracts, diminish<;s the space above the salivary valve, and so pumps out the saliva, which mixes with the nectar as it rises, by methods we now. Fig. 12. TONGUE AND APPENDAGES. (Magnified. After Barbd.) a, tongue; b, labial palpi; c^ maxilla. understand. Bees, it has often been observed, feed on thick syrup slowly; the reason is simple. The thick syrxip will not pass readily through minute passages without thinning by a. 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.. Langstroth, L. L. (Lorenzo Lorraine), 1810-1895; Dadant, Charles, 1817-1902; Dadant, C. P. (Camille Pierre), 1851-1938. Hamilton, Ill. : Dadant