A 1985–86 field study in the Fitzgerald River National Park found it to be an occasional food source for the nectar-feeding
Armillaria gallica (synonymous with A. bulbosa and A. lutea) is a species of
honey mushroom in the Physalacriaceae family of the Agaricales order.
B. integrifolia produces a dark amber-coloured
honey of middling quality and therefore low commercial value.
Banksia ilicifolia has been recorded as a source of nectar for the
honey possum (Tarsipes rostratus) in winter to early summer (May to December), from field studies in the Scott National Park, replaced by Adenanthos meisneri in the summer.
Furthermore, Petroc Sumner and colleagues have investigated the cone photoreceptor cells of
honey possums and compared them with the colour changes of B. attenuata.
In addition to orchards and herb gardens in the moated enclosures, it is likely that beehives were maintained for the production of
Insulation is provided by fur between the spines, which ranges in colour from
honey to a dark reddish-brown and even black; the underside and short tail are also covered in fur.
It flowers very heavily and is an excellent producer of
Like all invertebrates, the
honey bee is susceptible to many viral infections.
Maple syrup can also be used as a replacement for
honey in wine (mead).
Other prey include the larvae of beetles and western
honey bees that have located their hives in termite mounds.
People also consumed dates, raisins, jujubes, pears, plums, apricots, pear juice, lychee-fruit juice,
honey and ginger drinks, pawpaw juice, spices and seasonings of Sichuan pepper, ginger, pimento, soy sauce, oil, sesame oil, salt, and vinegar.
Saffron's aroma is often described by connoisseurs as reminiscent of metallic
honey with grassy or hay-like notes, while its taste has also been noted as hay-like and sweet.
Salutations, prayers, and sacrifices such as grain, wine, and
honey are offered to him (the name badnjak is of masculine gender in Serbian); he is consistently treated not as a tree but as a person.
Since sugar and
honey were both expensive, it was common to include many types of fruit in dishes that called for sweeteners of some sort.
Slow lorises in captivity eat a wide variety of foods including bananas and other fruits, rice, dog food, raw horse meat, insects, lizards, freshly killed chicken, mice, young hamsters, and milk formula that is made by mixing instant baby food with egg and
The baby was initially hesitant, but relented after the crew brushed a large amount of
honey onto the nipple.
honey fungus Armillaria luteobubalina has killed plants in Torndirrup National Park, and aerial canker (Zythiostroma) has decimated populations at Waychinicup National Park east of Albany.
honey fungus infected and killed many plants near tuart trees (Eucalyptus gomphocephala) which had been cut down near Kings Park in suburban Perth.
The Mexican Indians eat the replete workers, or living
honey-pots, of the honey ant (Myrmecocystus).
The nectar and pollen of the durian flower that
honeybees collect is an important honey source, but the characteristics of the honey are unknown.
They also gathered
honey, fruits, bird and crocodile eggs, mushrooms, edible seeds and roots, and brewed alcoholic beverages from honey and sugar cane juice.
Wounds were treated by bandaging with raw meat, white linen, sutures, nets, pads, and swabs soaked with
honey to prevent infection, while opium was used to relieve pain.