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Drone eggs. The drones are male honey bees and they develop from eggs that have not been fertilized, and they cannot sting, since the worker bee's stinger is a modified ovipositor (an egg laying organ). Imaged next to the forest Valea Fagilor close to Macin Mountains National Park. Somewhere between Horia village and Tulcea, Romania.
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Drone eggs. The drones are male honey bees and they develop from eggs that have not been fertilized, and they cannot sting, since the worker bee's stinger is a modified ovipositor (an egg laying organ). Imaged next to the forest Valea Fagilor close to Macin Mountains National Park. Somewhere between Horia village and Tulcea, Romania.