Here, we will explain the various availabilities of species.
All creatures are obtainable through trading and auctions. Sometimes retired species are released again multiple times.
One file in the Archives reveals information about the Bemiee. You read carefully to learn about this creature and obtain more knowledge about the mysterious species of Ark.
Available Apr 1 - Apr 30, 2022.
Cash Shop Park
85% female, 10% male, 5% non-binary
#953 of 983
Bemiee eggs are laid on stems of flowers, right under the petals, where they are sheltered from rain. Parent Bemiees will stick the eggs to the stem using tree sap. In addition to the tree sap holding the egg secure, the egg's tail will gradually wrap its tail tight around the stem as well. If disturbed by another creature, the eggs wings will beat fiercely which causes the eye-stinging "bumble-dust" to release from its tail flower, which will cause any curious creature to think twice before disturbing another egg.
Bemiee are small winged rodents and are often referred to as fairy bees. They usually travel in groups referred to as pods. Pods of Bemiee usually develop a liking to a specific flower type over time, and will commonly lay eggs in the favored flower patches. Contrary to most beliefs, Bemiee do not make honeycombs or gather nectar. Instead, Bemiee are actually looking for water that collects on flowers. In the process of them obtaining the water, pollen gets stuck to their fur and gets transported to other flowers. Many flowers have evolved to has a sweet secretion emit from their petals so Bemiees, who love sweet liquid, will drink from their flowers more; thus pollinating more.
Bemiees do not have a stinger for self-defense. Instead, they have a flower at the end of their tails which can release a cloud of "bumble-dust", which has a sharp sent that gives a stinging sensation to eyes if it comes in contact. Bemiee are also known to use tree sap to attach other flowers and leaves to their fur. Bemiees take great pride in their flower decor and care for their flowers endlessly. Bemiees will only remove a flower from their fur for another they love and care for. Isn't that charming?