Definition of Carniolan bee
1. Noun. Greyish highly productive European honeybee that has a quiet disposition.
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Literary usage of Carniolan bee
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1. A Dictionary of Practical Apiculture: Giving the Correct Meaning of Nearly by John Phin (1884)
"Carniolan bee. — A. race of bees found in the mountains of Southwestern Austria. The workers are light grey, and are remarkable for the gentleness of their ..."
2. The Antananarvio Annual and Madagascar Magazine (1892)
"... and, like the Carniolan bee, which has been introduced into England from south-western Austria, ..."
3. Report by New Hampshire Board of agriculture (1886)
"... the Syrian bee; the Cyprian bee; the yellow, Egyptian bee; the amiable, Carniolan bee, of Africa; the superbly beautiful Dalmatian bee; ..."
4. Nature Study and Life by Clifton Fremont Hodge (1902)
"Carniolan bee, 239, 241. Carpenter ant, 416. Carpet beetle, 75-78, 76, 78, 484. beetle, black, 78. beetle, remedies, 77. Carpocapsa pomonella, 181, 182. ..."