Has the common Honey Bee evolved a stinger designed for penetrating human skin so it will cause as much damage possible even if it means death? A honey bee can sting other insects and mammals more than just once, but that is not the case when inserted in the skin of a human it will be the bee's first and last sting. http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/04/differences-bees-wasps-hornets/
The current form of the honey bee's stinger has evolved barbs. These barbs will cause the bee to lose its stinger in human skin giving the stinger more time to eject the apitoxin and apis virus into the nervous system causing extreme pain and for some anaphylaxis a severe allergic reaction.
Question- With the information and references I have provided, is there evidence that the Honey Bee's stinger has evolved specifically to be more effective against humans?