melliferous

mel·lif·er·ous

 (mə-lĭf′ər-əs) also mel·lif·ic (-lĭf′ĭk)
adj.
Yielding or having to do with honey: melliferous plants.

[From Latin mellifer : mel, mell-, honey; see melit- in Indo-European roots + -fer, -fer.]

melliferous

(mɪˈlɪfərəs) or

mellific

adj
(Zoology) forming or producing honey
[C17: from Latin mellifer, from mel honey + ferre to bear]
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Honey color reflects the melliferous flora harvested by bees and varies according to the seasons, the harvesting technics, and the treatment of honey [23].
However, the palynological studies applied to these biological control agents are still scarce, mainly when compared to pollinator insects, such as the melliferous bees (Jones and Jones, 2001; Medeiros et al., 2010).
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