The Asian honeybee (Apis cerana) has several native names in the Philippines Apis cerana make their home in enclosed areas which includes old trees, holes and small caves in the ground or possibly in human dwellings such as roof spaces etc.
Ligwan foragers tend to collect either pollen or nectar from a single species of plant, continuing to collect pollen or nectar from that plant throughout the day.
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The wild bees also called for its native name,“PUKYUTAN”.
Also known for its two subspecies (APIS DORSATA and APIS BREVILIGULA) for its white / black stripes in the abdomen. These foreging bees are 2 cm long and flies high at quite speed between flowers to colonies. The “furry body” which helps them gather and spread pollen. Their legs are the “pollen baskets”that carries the pollen to the colony. These bees, are usually found in the wild, hanging by trees, or even cliffs. A colony makes large combs, and the bees usually bigger that covers the entire hive. Pukyutan honeybees can survive and exist in a tropical and healthy environment. Almost 75% of crops and plants are (foraged) and pollinated by bees. The only time they sting or attack is when their coloney is attacked.
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