May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Fig 01- A bee collects flower’s nectar


At previous posts, we have talk about possible sex traits in organisms such as birds and turtles:
- Health and Dynamic Life: Why Turtles Produce almost All Female Hatchlings Recently? - Nature and Wildlife 10.



As reported by Jason Bittel in National Geographic (August 5, 2020) that a beekeeper spotted “a bee” which has both female and male sex organs.


What?


Gynandromorph is a scientific term refers to this kind of organisms (own both male and female traits).


As you might know that there are 3 types of bees in nature:

- queen
- workers
- drones


Fig 02- One of favorite flowers to bees


Fig 03- Source of foods for bees


Queen bee is the same with worker bees in respect to sex traits that all are females.


Drones are male bees, another different with a worker bee that drones have:

- larger compound eyes
- no stings.


All bees: queen, workers and drones have similar eyes:

- normal size of eyes.
- black eyes


A bee which has both male and female sexes has:

- abnormal size of eyes
- creamy yellow peepers eyes


Why could this happen?


The answer is: a genetic mutation!


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    1. Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
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      Fig 01- A bee collects flower’s nectar

      At previous posts, we have talk about possible sex traits in organisms such as birds and turtles:
      - HEALTH AND DYNAMIC LIFE: WHY TURTLES PRODUCE ALMOST ALL FEMALE HATCHLINGS RECENTLY? - NATURE AND WILDLIFE 10.

      - HAVE YOU SEEN A HALF-MALE HALF-FEMALE BIRD? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

      As reported by Jason Bittel in National Geographic (August 5, 2020) that a beekeeper spotted “a bee” which has both female and male sex organs.

      What?

      Gynandromorph is a scientific term refers to this kind of organisms (own both male and female traits).

      As you might know that there are 3 types of bees in nature:
      - queen
      - workers
      - drones

      Delete
  2. This is fascinating to read and I enjoyed your photos also. Thank you so much!

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  3. Great information - thanks for sharing! Bees are so important to the world so we need to be kept informed. Stay safe!

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      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
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      Fig 02- One of favorite flowers to bees

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  4. Bees are important for nature. Thanks for sharing this information.

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  5. These are great information and your photos of these beautiful flowers are great.

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  6. Do you have Asian bees there? they are huge and their bite kills a person, they are a plague, I already have them in my garden and they scare me !!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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    1. Yes, indeed....


      Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
      -
      Fig 03- Source of foods for bees

      Queen bee is the same with worker bees in respect to sex traits that all are females.

      Drones are male bees, another different with a worker bee that drones have:
      - larger compound eyes
      - no stings.

      All bees: queen, workers and drones have similar eyes:
      - normal size of eyes.
      - black eyes

      A bee which has both male and female sexes has:
      - abnormal size of eyes
      - creamy yellow peepers eyes

      Why could this happen?

      The answer is: a genetic mutation!

      Delete
  7. Interesting post.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  8. Interesting post

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

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    1. Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
      -
      Fig 01- A bee collects flower’s nectar

      At previous posts, we have talk about possible sex traits in organisms such as birds and turtles:
      - HEALTH AND DYNAMIC LIFE: WHY TURTLES PRODUCE ALMOST ALL FEMALE HATCHLINGS RECENTLY? - NATURE AND WILDLIFE 10.

      - HAVE YOU SEEN A HALF-MALE HALF-FEMALE BIRD? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

      As reported by Jason Bittel in National Geographic (August 5, 2020) that a beekeeper spotted “a bee” which has both female and male sex organs.

      What?

      Gynandromorph is a scientific term refers to this kind of organisms (own both male and female traits).

      As you might know that there are 3 types of bees in nature:
      - queen
      - workers
      - drones

      Delete
  9. Omg!
    I love this post
    Thanks for sharing
    Kisses ♥

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  10. Oh, the stories of bees are very interesting, indeed!

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    1. Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
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      Fig 02- One of favorite flowers to bees

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  11. wow like always new and interesting facts here xx

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    1. Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
      -
      Fig 03- Source of foods for bees

      Queen bee is the same with worker bees in respect to sex traits that all are females.

      Drones are male bees, another different with a worker bee that drones have:
      - larger compound eyes
      - no stings.

      All bees: queen, workers and drones have similar eyes:
      - normal size of eyes.
      - black eyes

      A bee which has both male and female sexes has:
      - abnormal size of eyes
      - creamy yellow peepers eyes

      Why could this happen?

      The answer is: a genetic mutation

      Delete
  12. Oh very informative post, I am learning about bees
    xx

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  13. I like your posts because every time I learn something new.

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    1. Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
      -
      Fig 01- A bee collects flower’s nectar

      At previous posts, we have talk about possible sex traits in organisms such as birds and turtles:
      - HEALTH AND DYNAMIC LIFE: WHY TURTLES PRODUCE ALMOST ALL FEMALE HATCHLINGS RECENTLY? - NATURE AND WILDLIFE 10.

      - HAVE YOU SEEN A HALF-MALE HALF-FEMALE BIRD? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

      As reported by Jason Bittel in National Geographic (August 5, 2020) that a beekeeper spotted “a bee” which has both female and male sex organs.

      What?

      Gynandromorph is a scientific term refers to this kind of organisms (own both male and female traits).

      As you might know that there are 3 types of bees in nature:
      - queen
      - workers
      - drones

      Delete
  14. I wish you a wonderful weekend.

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  15. Oh yes I love the colour too =) Thank you.

    Really interesting post, thanks for sharing.
    Have a wonderful weekend

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    1. Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
      -
      Fig 02- One of favorite flowers to bees

      Fig 03- Source of foods for bees

      Queen bee is the same with worker bees in respect to sex traits that all are females.

      Drones are male bees, another different with a worker bee that drones have:
      - larger compound eyes
      - no stings.

      All bees: queen, workers and drones have similar eyes:
      - normal size of eyes.
      - black eyes

      A bee which has both male and female sexes has:
      - abnormal size of eyes
      - creamy yellow peepers eyes

      Why could this happen?

      The answer is: a genetic mutation

      Delete
  16. wonderful post! really inspiring :)
    Greetings from Poland!

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  17. ¡¡Hola!! Desconocía totalmente que algunas abejas podían tener ambos sexos, algo nuevo que he descubierto gracias a tu post. Saludos.

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    1. Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
      -
      Fig 03- Source of foods for bees

      Queen bee is the same with worker bees in respect to sex traits that all are females.

      Drones are male bees, another different with a worker bee that drones have:
      - larger compound eyes
      - no stings.

      All bees: queen, workers and drones have similar eyes:
      - normal size of eyes.
      - black eyes

      A bee which has both male and female sexes has:
      - abnormal size of eyes
      - creamy yellow peepers eyes

      Why could this happen?

      The answer is: a genetic mutation

      Delete
  18. Pięknego weekendu. Wiosna jest piękna zwłaszcza kiedy budzą się do życia zwierzęta

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  19. Danke für die sehr interessanten Fakten. LG Romy

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  20. If I were a bee, I would definitely be attracted to that patch of brilliant pink flowers and live there forever!!

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    1. me too...


      Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
      -
      Fig 01- A bee collects flower’s nectar

      At previous posts, we have talk about possible sex traits in organisms such as birds and turtles:
      - HEALTH AND DYNAMIC LIFE: WHY TURTLES PRODUCE ALMOST ALL FEMALE HATCHLINGS RECENTLY? - NATURE AND WILDLIFE 10.

      - HAVE YOU SEEN A HALF-MALE HALF-FEMALE BIRD? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

      As reported by Jason Bittel in National Geographic (August 5, 2020) that a beekeeper spotted “a bee” which has both female and male sex organs.

      What?

      Gynandromorph is a scientific term refers to this kind of organisms (own both male and female traits).

      As you might know that there are 3 types of bees in nature:
      - queen
      - workers
      - drones

      Delete
  21. I haven't known it! Very interesting information.

    Kisses

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  22. wow very interesting informations:)

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  23. I was unaware of the bees that have male and female sexes! I loved the photos :)

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    1. Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
      -
      Fig 02- One of favorite flowers to bees

      Fig 03- Source of foods for bees

      Queen bee is the same with worker bees in respect to sex traits that all are females.

      Drones are male bees, another different with a worker bee that drones have:
      - larger compound eyes
      - no stings.

      All bees: queen, workers and drones have similar eyes:
      - normal size of eyes.
      - black eyes

      A bee which has both male and female sexes has:
      - abnormal size of eyes
      - creamy yellow peepers eyes

      Why could this happen?

      The answer is: a genetic mutation

      Delete
  24. Interesting information :)

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  25. I follow your blog but I could not see your name in my blog follow list :)

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    1. Thanks-
      May an Organism has both Female and Male Sexes?
      -
      Fig 01- A bee collects flower’s nectar

      At previous posts, we have talk about possible sex traits in organisms such as birds and turtles:
      - HEALTH AND DYNAMIC LIFE: WHY TURTLES PRODUCE ALMOST ALL FEMALE HATCHLINGS RECENTLY? - NATURE AND WILDLIFE 10.

      - HAVE YOU SEEN A HALF-MALE HALF-FEMALE BIRD? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

      As reported by Jason Bittel in National Geographic (August 5, 2020) that a beekeeper spotted “a bee” which has both female and male sex organs.

      What?

      Gynandromorph is a scientific term refers to this kind of organisms (own both male and female traits).

      As you might know that there are 3 types of bees in nature:
      - queen
      - workers
      - drones

      Delete
  26. Very interesting. Thank you for sharing.

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