"The Anatomy of the Honey Bee" is a vintage treatise first published in 1910. It deals in detail with the physiognomy, anatomy, and natural history of the honey bee, making it ideal for those with a serious interest in bees and bee-keeping. Contents include: "General External Structure of Insects", "The Head of the Bee and Its Appendages", "The Structure of the Head", "The Antennae and their Sense Organs", "The Mandibles and their Glands", "The Proboscis", "The Epipharynx", "The Thorax and its Appendages", "The Structure of the Thorax", "The Wings and their Articulation", etc. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. This book has been selected for reproduction due to its educational importance, and we are proud to be republishing it now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on Bee-keeping.