Are Bees Territorial Pollinators? Do they share the Pollen or do they guard it in the wild?
I have flowers and gardens and notice a variety of insects around, particularly Bees. Do they "Acquire" a certain area as their territory or are they open to sharing? If there is a local active hive, do they allow other insects and bee colonies to share in their spoils or do they claim it and make it their own, reacting to other species/colonies that take from the same sources? What is a typical bee behavior for a local/favorite spot in relation to other bee and insect colonies?
While I don't know a lot about bees, I think that it would depend on the species. The male bees of some varieties will guard a particular patch of flowers to prevent others "stealing" their nectar. Honey bees can be defensive of their hive, and will defend it against other bees who don't have their specific hive "scent".