Bees reproduce in a process known as “swarming”. During swarming, male bees mate with the female bee – normally, with several males mating with the female at one time. After the act of mating has concluded, the female bee either goes back to a shelter to spend the winter, or goes back to her nest to lay eggs immediately.
From here, reproduction proceeds differently based on the type of bee. Solitary female bees lay one egg inside a nest that they construct. Social female bees lay thousands of eggs inside of their hive’s brood; they can choose whether these eggs are male or female.
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