The Spanish honey bee population is dwindling, but they are still a powerful pest in the country.
They are the species of the genus that are considered to be most pollinating for honey bees.
According to the EU, honey bees are pollinating up to 50 percent of the country’s crops, but that figure could go as high as 75 percent if they are not properly managed.
The Spanish government has tried to stem the decline of honey bees, but a recent report found that a significant number of the farms that produce honey have not kept up with their efforts.
The government has asked for help from outside help to restore the population of the honey bees in the countryside.