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Scientific Names

Accepted Names

Apis mellifera Linnaeus 1758
Recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Reference taxon: Apis mellifera Linnaeus 1758 according to Catalogue of Life via Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)
Apis (Apis) mellifera
Apis mellifera
Recognized by iNaturalist, Iran Species List, US Virgin Islands Species List, United Kingdom Species List, South Atlantic Species List, Afghanistan Species List, Indian Ocean Species List, North Pacific Species List, South Pacific Species List, North Atlantic Species List, The Netherlands Species List, Slovenia Species List, South Africa Species List, South Korea Species List, Swaziland Species List, Sweden Species List, Switzerland Species List, Turkey Species List, United States Species List, Uruguay Species List, Venezuela Species List, Zambia Species List, Zimbabwe Species List, New Caledonia Species List, New Zealand Species List, Nicaragua Species List, Nigeria Species List, North Korean Species List, Panama Species List, Papua New Guinea Species List, Paraguay Species List, Peru Species List, S o Tom and Pr ncipe Species List, Saudi Arabia Species List, Poland Species List, Portugal Species List, Romania Species List, Senegal Species List, Serbia Species List, Singapore Species List, Rwanda Species List, Puerto Rico Species List, Martinique Species List, Mariana Islands Species List, Ireland Species List, Israel Species List, Italy Species List, Jamaica Species List, Jordan Species List, Kenya Species List, Luxembourg Species List, Madagascar Species List, Mauritania Species List, Lithuania Species List, Mexico Species List, Morocco Species List, Mozambique Species List, French Polynesia Species List, Guam Species List, France Species List, Hungary Species List, Guatemala Species List, Finland Species List, Estonia Species List, Fiji Species List, El Salvador Species List, Ecuador Species List, Germany Species List, Ghana Species List, Greece Species List, Guyana Species List, Haiti Species List, Indonesia Species List, Hong Kong Species List, Bonaire Saint Eustatius and Saba Species List, Costa Rica Species List, Belarus Species List, Belgium Species List, Benin Species List, Bhutan Species List, Bolivia Species List, Bulgaria Species List, Burkina Faso Species List, Burundi Species List, Cameroon Species List, Dominican Republic Species List, Czech Republic Species List, Democratic Republic of the Congo Species List, Croatia Species List, Colombia Species List, Anguilla Species List, Albania Species List, Angola Species List, Antigua and Barbuda Species List, Armenia Species List, Argentina Species List, Austria Species List, Afghanistan Species List, Australia Species List, Denmark Species List, India Species List, Norway Species List, AmericanInsects, Barcode of Life Data Systems, AnAge, Flickr Group, Wikimedia Commons, Wikimedia Commons, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology DwCA, CalPhotos, BioImages, the virtual fieldguide, UK, Sting Pain literature, Brazil Species List, Canada Species List, China Species List, Japan Species List, Philippines Species List, Russia Species List, AnAge articles, wikipedia Italiano, Alaskan Arthropods, wikipedia Español, Paleobiology Database, wikipedia, Animal Diversity Web, EOL authors, wikipedia 中文维基百科, wikipedia Français, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia русскую Википедию, wikipedia 한국어 위키백과, wikipedia Deutsch, Chile Species List, NCBI, wikipedia NL, wikipedia POL, wikipedia VI, wikipedia CZ, Wikidata, Wikidata, Wikidata, Global Biotic Interactions, Global Biotic Interactions, wikipedia FI, wikipedia Norwegian, wikipedia RO, wikipedia UK, wikipedia CA, wikipedia SV, wikipedia PT, Central African Republic Species List, Namibia Species List, and Simpson et al 2018

Synonyms

Apis mellifera Linnaeus 1758
Recognized by NCBI
Apis mellifica
Recognized by NCBI

Common Names

Afrikaans

Heuningby

Arabic

نحل العسل الغربي

Armenian

Մեղրատու մեղու

Azerbaijani

Bal arısı

Bashkir

Бал ҡорто

Basque

Erle arrunt

Belarusian

Меданосная пчала

Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål

europeisk honningbie

Bosnian

Pčela

Bulgarian

медоносна пчела

Catalan; Valencian

abella de la mel
Abella de la mel
Recognized by franpax1
Abella europea
Recognized by franpax1
Abella occidental
Recognized by franpax1

Croatian

Pčela

Czech

včela medonosná

Danish

Honningbi

Dutch; Flemish

honingbij

English

Honey bee
Recognized by AnAge, Wikidata, and Simpson et al 2018
honey bee, honeybee
Recognized by Flickr Group
Abeille domestique
Recognized by Flickr Group
Abeille europenne
Recognized by Flickr Group
Abeja europea
Recognized by Flickr Group
Abelha
Recognized by Flickr Group
Abelha-do-mel
Recognized by Flickr Group
Abelha-domstica
Recognized by Flickr Group
Abella europea
Recognized by Flickr Group
Ape europea
Recognized by Flickr Group
European Honey Bee
Recognized by Flickr Group
European Honeybee
Recognized by Flickr Group
European honey bee
Europese honingbij
Recognized by Flickr Group
Honey Bee
Recognized by Flickr Group
Honeybee
Recognized by Flickr Group
Honigbiene
Recognized by Flickr Group
Honinbij
Recognized by Flickr Group
Medonosna ebela
Recognized by Flickr Group
Mehilinen
Recognized by Flickr Group
Pi honi
Recognized by Flickr Group
Tarhamehilinen
Recognized by Flickr Group
Western Honey Bee
Recognized by Flickr Group
Western honey bee
Recognized by Flickr Group
Western honeybee
Recognized by Flickr Group
western honey bee
Recognized by Paleobiology Database

Estonian

Meemesilane

Fijian

oni
Recognized by dkenolio

Finnish

tarhamehiläinen
Tarhamehiläinen
Recognized by christinaflann

Galician

Abella do mel

Georgian

მეთაფლია ფუტკარი

German

Westliche Honigbiene

Hebrew

דבורת הדבש

Hungarian

háziméh

Icelandic

Alibýfluga

Japanese

セイヨウミツバチ

Kazakh

Бал арасы

Kirghiz; Kyrgyz

Бал аары

Kongo

Nyosi

Latvian

Eiropas medus bite

Lithuanian

Naminė bitė

Macedonian

медоносна пчеча

Malay

Lebah Eropah

Norwegian Nynorsk; Nynorsk, Norwegian

Europeisk honningbie

Ossetian; Ossetic

Мыдыбындз

Persian

زنبور عسل اروپایی

Polish

pszczoła miodna

Portuguese

Abelha-europeia

Pushto; Pashto

شاتو مچی

Russian

медоносная пчела

Samoan

lago meli
Recognized by dkenolio

Serbian

медоносна пчела

Slovak

Včela medonosná

Slovenian

Medonosna čebela

Swedish

Honungsbi

Tajik

занбӯри асал

Tatar

Бал корты

Tonga (Tonga Islands)

hone
Recognized by dkenolio

Turkish

Bal arısı

Ukrainian

Бджола медоносна

Unspecified

Alghina
Europäisches Biili
Im
Miodnô pszczoła
Pipiyōlin
Westerne hunigbēo
Westliche Honnigimm
ᱧᱮᱞᱮ

Vietnamese

Ong mật phương Tây

Western Frisian

Huningbij

i18n: Bar

Imp

i18n: Diq

Hınge

i18n: Hw

nalo mele
Recognized by dkenolio

i18n: Lbe

Най

i18n: Pcd

É

i18n: Sgs

Bėtės

i18n: Sh

Zapadna medonosna pčela

i18n: Stq

Ieme

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