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Bee Entomology

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  1. Pacific Standard

    Bee-Harming Pesticides Show Up in Honey Samples
    Pacific Standard
    The study found that the majority of honey samples from across six continents—75 percent—tested positive for at least one type of neonicotinoid, a type of pesticide that has been linked to bee colony collapse, and almost half of the samples had two ...
    Controversial pesticides found in honey samples from six continentsNature.com
    Honey tests reveal global contamination by bee-harming pesticidesThe Guardian
    Bee-harming pesticides in 75 percent of honey worldwide: studyPhys.Org

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  2. 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 ...


  3. Bees and Brews event to fundraise for new UF honey bee lab | The...
    The Independent Florida Alligator
    Join bee fanatics and beer lovers alike at First Magnitude Brewing Company for an afternoon of beers, honey tasting and honeybee education.

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  4. Community Idea Stations

    What's That Bug?
    Community Idea Stations
    Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and 88.9 WCVE producer Steve Clark lament that although honey bees and bed bugs are regularly featured in the press and social media, most Americans surveyed can't pick them out of a lineup or identify other ...


  5. Colony collapse disorder hurting bee populations
    Jefferson City News Tribune
    The bees just disappear. Something overcomes the hives, and they just get up and leave." With declining populations, at least a few probably succumbed to colony collapse disorder. That honeybee concern is less noticeable than if, for example, she found ...


  6. Experts study how 'wild' bees help 'managed' bees
    Daily Democrat
    UC Davis Department of Entomology and Nematology Professor Neal Williams is looking for what he calls a more sustainable crop pollination system, using both wild and managed bees. The research, funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, involves ...


  7. Wisconsin Honey Producers Association Fall Conference
    Jacksoncountychronicle
    Keynote speakers will be Ross Conrad, author of Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture; David Tarpy, Professor at UNC and Extension specialist in honey bee biology and beekeeping; and .Dr. Marla Spivak, University of Minnesota Bee ...