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Bee Entomology

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  2. KOLO

    MADE IN NEVADA: Hall's Honey
    KOLO
    "The varroa mite is a parasitic mite that attaches itself mostly to the under-part of the honey bee," Gilmore said. Only 10 years after their entrance in the United States in 1987 from southeast Asia, they killed off nearly 100 percent of the wild ...


  3. The Daily Evergreen

    Researchers look to save collapsing bee colonies – The Daily...
    The Daily Evergreen
    Two WSU researchers won $10000 in a competition for their development of a food supplement that protects honey bees from toxic molecules in pesticides, insecticides and herbicides. Waled Suliman, a postdoctoral researcher in the biological systems ...

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  4. The Press

    Native bees - small, solitary and under threat | Stuff.co.nz
    The Press
    They're mostly tiny, boringly black and don't make honey or live in hives. But they have evolved to pollinate our native plants, and they're under threat. Amid endless news stories devoted to the risks of varroa mite and colony collapse to introduced ...

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  5. National Geographic

    These Australian Stingless Bees Have Spiral Hives—Here's Why
    National Geographic
    Watch How Australian Stingless Bees Make Their Hives February 2, 2018 - These spiral hives are the work of a type of Australian stingless bees. Tetragonula carbonaria is the only species to build upward, in a spiral pattern. Called "sugarbag bees," the ...

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  6. Coos Bay World

    Honey Lovers Festival in Yachats is Feb. 17 | South Coast...
    Coos Bay World
    YACHATS — The first ever Oregon Coast Honey Lovers Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Yachats Commons. The event will feature.

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  7. EurekAlert (press release)

    Dr. Gene Robinson Awarded 2018 Wolf Prize in Agriculture
    EurekAlert (press release)
    "The new science of genomics has truly revolutionized how we study all organisms, including honey bees, whose intricate social life enables them to play a vital but often overlooked role in world agriculture as the premier pollinator on the planet ...