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Bee Entomology

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  1. Purdue Extension releases new publications in Protecting Pollinators series
    Greensburg Daily News
    WEST LAFAYETTE - Purdue Extension has released two new publications in the Protecting Pollinators series: The Complex Life of the Honey Bee and Biology and Control of Varroa Mites in Bee Hives. These new... Members of Purdue's Protecting Pollinators ...


  2. NPR

    No Offense, American Bees, But Your Sperm Isn't Cutting It : The Salt...
    NPR
    U.S. bees are in trouble, and one of the major threats is a deadly parasite called varroa mite. So researchers are importing sperm from European bees resistant ...
    BUZZ OFF: Varroa mite hurting NY honeybee coloniesIthaca Journal

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  3. CBS News

    Honeybee crisis linked to common pesticide
    CBS News
    The bee hives in the Hungarian and British fields that used pesticide-treated seeds did worse surviving through the next winter, the researchers found. In Hungary, the honeybee colonies near treated fields had 24 percent fewer worker bees the next ...
    Large study links key pesticide to weakened honeybee hivesKRQE News 13
    Field Studies Confirm Neonicotinoids' Harm to BeesThe Scientist
    Canadian, European studies link key pesticide to weakened honeybee hivesTodayville.com (registration)
    Science -Science -Bayer Bee Care
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  4. Twin Falls Times-News

    Large study links key pesticide to weakened honeybee hives...
    Twin Falls Times-News
    WASHINGTON — A common and much-criticized pesticide dramatically weakens already vulnerable honeybee hives, according to a new massive field study in ...

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  5. Clemson Newsstand

    South Carolina 4-H'ers excited about new honey bee project
    Clemson Newsstand
    Raising honey bees as part of the South Carolina 4-H Pollinator Program is a family affair for John, Wilson, Catherine and Mary Rae Oxner of Leesville. Wilson and Mary Rae are some of the first participants in the... One component of the program, the ...


  6. The Scientist

    The Evolutionary Roots of Instinct
    The Scientist
    “We don't have a general theory for the mechanics of instinct as we do for learning, and this is something that has troubled me for a very long time,” says University of Illinois entomologist Gene Robinson. He studies social evolution in the Western ...


  7. Isthmus

    Bee alert
    Isthmus
    We've heard a lot about how habitat loss and pesticide use is affecting honey bee and monarch butterfly populations, but wild bee populations are feeling the impact as well. In March, the rusty patched bumble bee was listed as an endangered... While ...