The bee’s stinger with the venom sac
Junction betwwen the fore wing and the hind wing sohwing kind of hooks called hamuli
Varroa destructor, an external parasitic mite which attaches to the body of the bee to suck the hemolymph. Varroa also transfers viruses to the larva that are responsible for deformation of the wings in adult bee.
Detail of the compound eye of a bee