Crochet Hexagon Blanket Beehive


The Beehive Hexagon Knitting Blanket has beautiful stitches and a hexagonal shape, with a very delicate and perfect final effect, I believe it will make you happy. With beautiful tones, it is a perfect work to decorate the environment due to its cheerful and beautiful colors. Comfort and beauty are easy to make. Crochet is very useful for decoration pieces, as it can comfortably complete the look of the house and make everything very elegant, like this piece full of beautiful bees. This beautiful decoration for sofas and beds has been used more and more and has become part of many home decorations today.

Use your creativity to make beautiful crocheted pillows with the same theme to match the blanket, and add a touch of charm and good taste to your living room or bedroom according to your preferences. For people who are very fond of it, this can be a nice gift. Blankets are a very elegant and creative way to decorate sofas and beds, of any style. With its beautiful colors, it is a perfect piece to decorate the room with its bees and hexagons. Comfortable and beautiful it is very easy to make.

Bees are extremely important animals for the environment, since they are responsible for the pollination of several species of angiosperms. They belong to the group of arthropods, more precisely to the class of insects and the order Hymenoptera. Some species live in society and present a work organization. In a beehive we observe the presence of the queen, the drone, and the workers. It is worth noting that there are several species of bees in the world, and that currently a total of more than 20,000 species are known. In this text we will talk a little more about the Apis mellifera bees, the most well known, studied and also bred species in the world.

General characteristics of bees – Bees are animals from the phylum Arthropoda, so they inherit some typical characteristics of this group, such as the fact that they have an exoskeleton that surrounds their body. They belong to the class Insecta, and therefore have a body divided into three parts (head, thorax, and abdomen), three pairs of legs, a pair of antennae, and two pairs of wings. The head houses the structures responsible for the animal’s senses, such as the antennae, which are connected to smell and hearing. It is also on the head that we find the eyes, two compound eyes located laterally and three ocelli located in the frontal region, arranged in a triangular arrangement. The compound eyes are responsible for forming images, while the ocelli are capable only of detecting light.

The bees’ mouth apparatus, also located on the head, ensures that this animal is able to absorb liquids and also chew. The jaws help the bees to cut and manipulate the wax and propolis they produce, as well as to ingest pollen and remove unwanted particles from the hive. The structure that ensures the absorption of liquid substances, in turn, is called the proboscis or tongue.

The legs and wings, which are the locomotor organs of bees, are on the thorax. The legs are found in numbers of six (three pairs), each pair in a segment, and are responsible, besides locomotion, for transporting pollen, handling wax and propolis, and cleaning the bee’s body. The wings are found in number of 4 (two pairs) and ensure the flight of the animal. The forewings are larger than the hindwings. The thorax of the bees is rich in hair, which helps in fixing the pollen. Most of the organs are found in the abdomen of the bees, such as the honey vesicle, which ensures the transformation of nectar into honey; wax glands, which produce wax; stomach and intestine. In the final portion of the abdomen, there is also the stinger, which is used in the worker for defense and in the queen as a guide during laying. The drone does not have one. It is worth noting that the stinger is connected to the venom sac, which releases a complex mixture of different substances called apitoxin.

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