Forest Bee

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"Originally a marshland species, the 'Forest' Bee has since migrated to lusher forests. It continues to build in trees - a survival trick originally used to protect the hive from swamp water."

The Forest Bee is a Tier 1 species found naturally in Beehive Item.png in the Forests.

It's one of the first three species that players come across at the start of the game along with Common and Verge.

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Forest Bee

Anatomy
Normal SpriteBlessed Sprite

Special Produce

Sticky Pearl Item.png


Microscope Item.pngTraits

These are the different Traits that the Forest Bee can spawn with.

When a trait has multiple values one is picked randomly when the bee is created.

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Lifespan Normal

Productivity Slow

Fertility Fertile

Stability Normal

Behaviour Diurnal

Climate Temperate


Book2 Item.pngHints

Although the Forest Bee is found naturally and already 'discovered' when the player starts the game, there is a hint listed in the game files:

This species builds elevated hives amongst the trees - look for camouflaged hives.

As this species isn't found by cross-breeding, Beenjamin doesn't give any hints for it.

Frame1 Item.pngSpecial Produce

When a Forest Bee is used in an Apiary and fills Frames, they can produce Sticky Pearl Item.png when extracted.

Hive1 Item.pngCross-breeding

When Cross-Breeding the Forest Bee with the following other species there is a chance for the offspring to mutate into a new species!

As with all mutations, the offspring of the hybrid queen needs to also be a hybrid, so this can effect the chances listed below.

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Forest Bee.png
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Common Bee.png

During Daytime
(40% chance)
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Verdant Bee.png
Forest Bee.png
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Verge Bee.png

While Raining
(32% chance)
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Misty Bee.png
Forest Bee.png
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Uncommon Bee.png

During Dawn or Dusk
(35% chance)
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Drowsy Bee.png