Globally we are witnessing a decline in pollinators, such as wild bees, honeybees and hover flies, caused by the destruction and fragmentation of habitats, agricultural intensification and use of pesticides, introduction of novel diseases and...
NEWS.com.au'Zombie'?More Like "Alien" For BeesScience 2.0 (blog)Such zombies were first discovered in California in 2008 by San Francisco State University biologist John Hafernik who now runs a website ZombeeWatch.org that is aided by a network of...
Ensuring the monarch butterfly's survival by saving its milkweed habitat could result from U.S. Department of Agriculture studies initially intended to improve detection of boll weevils with pheromone traps.
For a decade, scientists have fretted over the disappearance without a trace of huge colonies of bees. Now the answer seems to be at hand. But can we change human behavior enough to restore the bee population?
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