I have posted about the various types of bees and wasps I feed to my female veieled chameleon. I have always removed their stingers before feeding despite being told several times on these forums that there is no need to remove the stinger. I’m sorry to say that information isn’t entirely correct. I fed my cham two honey bees today, which I shook up and stunned within my powder shaker cup. Against my better judgment I didn’t remove the stingers. It wasn’t long before her face turned bright yellow and then partially black, which can be an indication of injury. She’s not showing obvious signs of distress, like tongue swelling, face rubbing, or the inability to swallow but regardless, bees can and will sting your chams and those stings can cause injury. I’ll let you know how quickly her mouth heals. The first pic is what she looks like normally, the next few pics are just minutes after eating the bee, and the third is several hours after eating.