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Bee Entomology

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  1. The Daily Collegian Online

    Bug enthusiasts swarm to the Great Insect Fair
    The Daily Collegian Online
    Stations lined the arena with activities for bug enthusiasts young and old, including honey tasting, insect-related crafts, a butterfly tent, and educators excited to share their knowledge. “It's our department's way of reaching out to the public to ...


  2. Entomology Today

    Field Tour Gets First-Hand Look at IPM and Pollinator Health in...
    Entomology Today
    Participants in the ESA Plant-Insect Ecosystems Section's Science Policy Field Tour in August sampled university cotton test plots for tarnished plant bug, Lygus ...

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  3. The Bug Collection: A Brief Tour of the Essig Museum of Entomology
    CALIFORNIA
    Due to the much-publicized colony collapse disorder, in which vast numbers of worker bees simply vanish from a honeybee colony, Oboyski says there has been a spike of interest in native pollinators. “We're not sure what's going to happen with honeybees ...


  4. NBC4 Washington

    Maryland Beekeepers Fight to Keep Honeybee Colonies Alive...
    NBC4 Washington
    The honeybee population in the U.S. is stable, but a recent study conducted by the University of Maryland showed that beekeepers continue to lose a high ...

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  5. Kenosha News

    Beekeeper sets up hive in St. Joseph cafeteria
    Kenosha News
    Above, beekeeper Dan Klemm, left, shows Rachael Wood a piece of bee honeycomb Wednesday at St. Joseph Academy's Upper Campus, where he brought his bees in a plexiglass hive and honey products for students to check out during their lunch periods. At ...


  6. Entomology Today

    Insect Astronauts: Eclipse Watchers Learn About Entomology in Orbit
    Entomology Today
    Among these insects were the common house fly (Musca domestica), the European honey bee (Apis mellifera), and the velvetbean moth (Anticarsia gemmatalis). All three of these insects have provided spectacular insights on the effects of zero gravity on ...


  7. Frederick News Post (subscription)

    Maryland beekeepers fight to keep honeybee colonies alive
    Frederick News Post (subscription)
    The University of Maryland has found that without treatment, most honeybee colonies will die within three years of a varroa mite infestation, Steinhauer said. The university detects varroa mites in more than 90 percent of all colonies, and expects to ...