. The bee-keeper's guide : or Manual of the apiary . Bee culture; Bees. Lahjum of ^neen, a Ligula. d d Paraglossae. b Labial palp i.. / Tibia / f Tarsal joints. Part of Leg of ^ugettt magnified, after Duncayi. p Broadened tibia and basal tarsus. are those of the worker bees. Her jaws (Fig. 42, 5) or mandibles are weaker, with a rudimentary tooth, and her tongue or ligula (Fig. 27, a), as also the labial palpi (Fig. 27, 3) and maxillse, are considerably shorter. Of the four pairs of glands (Fig. 38) so elegantly figured, and so well described by Schiemenz, the queen has the first pair very rudimentary, and the others well developed. Her eyes, though like, yet hardly as large as the same in the worker bee (Fig. 6), are smaller than those of the drones, and do not meet above. So the three ocelli are situated above and between the compound eyes. The queen's wings (Fig.. 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.. Cook, Albert John, 1842-1916. Chicago, Ill. : George W. York & Co.