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To Bee or Not to Bee: Boys Charged for ‘Senseless’ Killing of Half a Million Honeybees

15 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

"They knocked over every single hive, killing all the bees. They wiped us out completely," said Justin Engelhardt, co-owner of Wild Hill Honey.

200,000 bees die when vandals topple beehives, pour gas on them

A Prunedale, Calif., man says vandals toppled 100 beehives and killed hundreds of thousands of bees after dousing them with diesel fuel. Mike Hickenbottom told KSBW-TV that the Italian and Russian honeybees on his property were attacked Saturday. Hickenbottom says the bees are stored on his property...

Circadian regulation in the honey bee brain

Circadian clocks regulate the behaviour of all living things. Scientists from the University of Würzburg have now taken a closer look at the clock's anatomical structures and molecular processes in the honeybee.

Clockwork under the microscope

How does the honeybee manage to visit the flowers that bloom exactly at the right time? How do bees find their way back to the hive even when the sun, which they use as reference point, has changed its position in the sky? How do they...Show More Summary

Bees Gone Wild

Feral honeybees pose a danger to native bees and the ecosystems that depend on them -- Read more on

Honeybee Netflix documentary

Netflix has a good documentary series called Rotton.The first episode is about honeybees. They talk about struggles of a beekeeper, adulterated honey and how it happened and the theft of several thousand beehives over four years.

Smell of death tells undertaker bees it’s time to remove corpses

Undertaker honeybees get rid of the bodies of dead nestmates, but only those with a good sense of smell are able to do it

The buzz around Denver: Broncos host to 100,000 honeybees

Plenty of buzz around Denver, with Broncos now host to 100,000 honeybees        

Can Honeybees Monitor Pollution?

The tiny pollinators are useful sentinels of what’s going on in an ecosystem, and might just be environmentalists’ best asset

What Is It Like to Be a Bee?

You're a honeybee. Despite being around 700,000 times smaller than the average human, you’ve got more of almost everything. Instead of four articulated limbs, you have six, each with six segments. (Your bee’s knees, sadly, don’t exist.) You’re exceptionally hairy. Show More Summary

New Jersey needs a State Fiber Artist. I recommend Amy Wilson.

New Jersey has a State shell, the Knobbed Whelk. A state animal, the Horse. State bird, Eastern Goldfinch. State bug, Honeybee. State butterfly, the Black Swallowtail (status tirelessly advocated for by my friend Jeannie Geremia). State fish, Brook  State tree, Northern...Read more

A Clue in the Bee Death Mystery

Domesticated honeybees get all the buzz, but wild bumble bees are in decline too, both globally and here in the United States. What gives? It’s an important question, because while managed honeybees provide half of the pollination required by US crops, bumble and other wild bees deliver the other half. Insecticides used in agriculture are one […]

Which square is bigger? Honeybees see visual illusions like humans do

When a human looks at a distant skyscraper, it appears small to the eye. It's a visual illusion, and we use other contextual information to know the building is actually tall.

Correctly used neonics do not adversely affect honeybee colonies, new research finds

The three most widely used neonicotinoid pesticides for flowering crops pose no risk to honeybee colonies when used correctly as seed treatments, according to new studies by University of Guelph researchers.

Correctly used neonics do not adversely affect honeybee colonies, new research finds

(University of Guelph) Amid mounting controversy over use of neonicotinoids and declining bee population, a new analysis by U of G scientists of previously unpublished studies and reports commissioned by agri-chemical companies Bayer...Show More Summary

Ohio woman whose bee maternity shoot went viral suffers stillbirth

2 months agoNews : USAToday: News

Emily Mueller posed with a swarm of honeybees in an August maternity shoot and in no time everyone around the world was buzzing about the photos.        

Woman in viral maternity photos shares devastating news

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

MASSILLON, Ohio (WGN) -- The Ohio woman whose viral maternity photo shoot featured a swarm of honeybees has announced some devastating news. Read more...

Miitomo - content update for Nov. 14th, 2017

Creepy crawlies can be cute too! Itty-Bitty bug fashion #2 now available in Miitomo Drop! - butterfly hair clip - long butterfly dress - winged honeybee tee - honeybee shorts

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