Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Insecticides damage bee socialization and learning skills, study reports


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Researchers find that bees fed with thiacloprid (a neonic) significantly reduces their social interactions, suggesting that foraging bees that encounter high doses of insecticide in the field may be less likely to recruit others to nectar sources. Story here.

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