Posts tagged with: Honeybee Foraging

To us human observers, the bee’s path often seems random, as it drowsily loops and buzzes about in forests and fields. Yet here, we’d be wrong. Yet here, we’d be...
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“Flowers are hotspots for parasite spread between and within pollinator populations,” said Peter Graystock, a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Entomology at the University of California, Riverside and a member of...
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Bacteria in flowers may boost honeybees’ healthy gut microbes Honeybees were into probiotics way before they were cool, a new study suggests. The hipster insects serve up beneficial bacteria that...
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