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Monsanto's global weedkiller harms honeybees, research finds ... - The Guardian

The Guardian



Here's how clumps of honeybees may survive blowing in the wind - Science News

Science News

Here's how clumps of honeybees may survive blowing in the wind
Science News
A team of scientists built a movable platform with a caged queen in the center, around which honeybees clustered in a hanging bunch. When the researchers shook the platform back and forth, bees moved upward, flattening out the clump and lessening its ...

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Mum poses with 16000 honeybees for extreme maternity shoot - Metro

Metro

Mum poses with 16000 honeybees for extreme maternity shoot
Metro
Emily Mueller isn't scared of bees. In fact, she invited them to swarm all over her face for a maternity photoshoot. In one picture, she's painted gold and swathed in Egyptian-inspired jewellery as Cleopatra, while 12,000 bees are crawling on her face ...



How honeybees maintain protective clumps under stressful conditions - Phys.Org

Phys.Org

How honeybees maintain protective clumps under stressful conditions
Phys.Org
A team of researchers at Harvard University has discovered the means by which honeybees keep their temporary clumps intact during adverse weather conditions. In their paper published in the journal Nature Physics, the group describes their study of ...



Keeping honeybees doesn't save bees ? or the environment - The Conversation UK

The Conversation UK

Keeping honeybees doesn't save bees ? or the environment
The Conversation UK
High numbers of honeybees can actively harm wild bee populations, because they compete directly for nectar and pollen. That's not a problem when flowers are plentiful, but in environments where resources are limited, wild bees can be outcompeted. A ...



Actually, Honey Bees Aren't the Only Insect to Produce Nectar - Inverse

Inverse

Actually, Honey Bees Aren't the Only Insect to Produce Nectar
Inverse
This association is also supported by the Codex Alimentarius, the international food standards established by the United Nations and the World Health Organization. The Honey Codex mentions only ?honey bees? and states that honey sold as such should not ...

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How Humans Are Messing Up Bee Sex - National Geographic

National Geographic

How Humans Are Messing Up Bee Sex
National Geographic
During her nuptial flights, the honeybee queen accumulates sperm in a special chamber in her abdomen called the spermatheca. She'll use that genetic material throughout her life to produce workers?fertilized eggs develop into females, while ...



Honeybee clusters act as 'super-organisms' to keep everyone safe during bad weather - ZME Science

ZME Science

Honeybee clusters act as 'super-organisms' to keep everyone safe during bad weather
ZME Science
Researchers from the Harvard University (HU) report that honeybees make a group effort to keep the colony safe during their travels. The study looked into the mechanisms by which the insects keep their temporary clumps intact during adverse weather ...



Military contractor site in Austin also home to honeybees - News & Observer

News & Observer

Military contractor site in Austin also home to honeybees
News & Observer
In a dense bit of East Austin forest, beneath a long abandoned helicopter-blade test pad and a pair of cottonwood trees, hundreds of honeybees are going about their honey-making business. The Austin American-Statesman reports the land belongs to ...

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Help our honeybees, help ourselves - Arizona Daily Sun

Arizona Daily Sun

Help our honeybees, help ourselves
Arizona Daily Sun
Dear EarthTalk: What can I do to help bees back from massive die-offs in recent years? ?Bill Gorman, Albuquerque, NM. Major declines in populations of bees in North America and beyond is a big problem for farmers who depend on this free natural ...




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