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  • Delma Tapley Dennis

    The honey bee (apis mellifera) was designated official state bug of New Jersey in 1974. Bee pollination is critical to plant and human survival - beeswax and honey are just surplus gifts from this tiny wonder of nature. The plant world expends a lot of energy attracting bees and other insects with brilliantly colored flowers and sweet nectar (nectar is produced solely to attract pollinating insects). The honeybee is recognized as an official state symbol in seventeen states (see State Insects),

  • National Heritage Inn

    Kentucky State Agricultural Insect -- Honeybee