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YouTube Where Are The Bees? – YouTube
Much has been said of late regarding the disappearance of the bees, but just what is causing it? Colony Collapse Disorder … View Video

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YouTube Not The Bees – YouTube
Another stinger: Cage's immortal line "Not the bees!!!!!" From the 2006 version of The Wicker Man … View Video

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From the T&LR Spring 2006. A while back I was listening to a presentation by a Lewis & Clark interpreter. He was telling how the expedition brought candle molds with them and when they ran out of candles they were able to gather bee’s wax [and honey] along the way to replenish their candles. … Visit Document

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Not all bees are social and live in hives. Some are solitairy and make their nests by digging tunnels deep into the ground. To learn more, visit askabiologist.asu.edu/explore/desert-digger-bees. Title: Ask A Biologist – Desert Digger Bee – Coloring Page … Access Doc

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A simple and distinctive microbiota associated with honey bees and bumble bees VINCENT G. MARTINSON,* BRYAN N. DANFORTH,† ROBERT L. MINCKLEY,‡ OLAV RUEPPELL,§ SALIM TINGEK– and NANCY A. MORAN**,1 … Access Full Source

Wikipedia Apoidea – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The superfamily Apoidea is a major group within the Hymenoptera, which includes two traditionally recognized lineages, the "sphecoid" wasps, and the bees. Bees appear in recent classifications to be a specialized lineage of crabronid wasps that switched to the use of pollen and nectar as larval … Read Article

Wikipedia Talk:Beekeeping – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Single Queen. As the article stands it now states that hives can "have only one queen," which is important information that hasn't been relayed to the bees. … Read Article

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YouTube Honey bees – Natural History 2 – YouTube
Http://www.youtube.com/user/backyardbugs Bees are called social insects because they live and work together as a community. Thousands of female bees, called worker bees, live … View Video

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Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources • Oklahoma State University F-7317 Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Fact Sheets are also available on our website at: … Content Retrieval

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What are bees, wasps and hornets? Bees are fuzzy, flying insects with yellow and black stripes. There are two types of bees common in Manitoba: the honeybee (left) and … Doc Retrieval

Wikipedia Italian bee – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
It is the most widely distributed of all honey bees, and has proven adaptable to most climates from subtropical to cool temperate, but it is less satisfactory in humid tropical regions. … Read Article

About Create A Honey Bee Hive – How To Create A Honey Bee Hive Video
If you begin too late – first of all you might not be able to find bees, second of all you wouldn't be able to bring the hive to strength. In order for them to produce excess honey for you and in order for them to have enough wears to survive the winter. … Read Article

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Common Questions and Answers about Bees. Q. Why would I want to attract bees? A. Pollination Power! Bees are important to the pollination process for many plants and flowers. … Content Retrieval

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Bounce Passes Gianna Addario If you haven't caught an Ipswich High girls game this season, then you're missing out on seeing some serious hoop talent. Since losing to Pentucket last year in the Division 3 North final, the Tigers have won eight strai … Read News

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