About Apis florea
The dwarf honey bee, Apis florea, is one of two species of small, wild honey bees of southern and southeastern Asia. It has a much wider distribution than its sister species, Apis andreniformis. First identified in the late 18th century, Apis florea is unique for its morphology, foraging behavior and defensive mechanisms like making a piping noise. Apis florea have open nests and small colonies, which makes them more susceptible to predation than cavity nesters with large numbers of defensive workers. These honey bees are important pollinators and therefore commodified in countries like Cambodia.
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More information General information about this species can be found in Wikipedia
Taxonomy ID 7463
Data source Baylor College of Medicine
This species currently has no variation database. However you can process your own variants using the Variant Effect Predictor: