<p>European honeybees prefer habitats that have an abundant supply of suitable flowering plants, such as meadows, open wooded areas, and gardens. They can survive in grasslands, deserts, and wetlands if there is sufficient water, food, and shelter. They need cavities (e.g. in hollow trees) to nest in.<span> (Milne and Milne, 2000; Winston, Dropkin, and Taylor, 1981)</span></p> <p><strong>Habitat Regions: </strong>Temperate; Tropical; Terrestrial</p><p><strong>Terrestrial Biomes: </strong>Desert or dune; Savanna or grassland; Chaparral; Forest</p><p><strong>Wetlands: </strong>Swamp</p><p><strong>Other Habitat Features: </strong>Urban; Suburban; Agricultural</p>
- Milne, M., L. Milne. 2000. National Audubon Society: Field Guide To Insects and Spiders. New York, Canada: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc..