morphology of a honeybee: worker 
Organ of flight attached to the thorax. In the bee, the front and rear wings on each side are attached and beat together.
Segmented posterior portion of a bee’s body containing the major vital organs.
Nonspecialized articulated member attached to the central segment of the thorax; it has a motor function and is used to clean the thorax and the wings.
Articulated member attached to the first segment of the thorax; it has a motor function and is used to clean the eyes and the antennae.
Sensory organ made up of several segments and having mainly tactile and olfactory functions.
Organ of vision made up of thousands of facets that perceive shapes, colors, motion and distance.
Portion of a bee’s body divided into three segments housing the motor appendages, such as the legs and wings.
Highly specialized articulated member attached to the terminal segment of the thorax; it has a motor function and is used to collect and transport pollen.
Hollow bordered by long curved hairs and located on the outer side of the tibia; it is used to transport pollen.
Pointed retractable organ located at the terminal end of the abdomen; venom flows through it from the venom sac.
Appendages used for grasping and ingesting food and adapted to the collection of nectar.