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Denver :: CO :: USA | 1 year ago

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A pair of studies recently published in the journal Science raises fresh and dire warnings about the continued decline of crop-pollinating insects all over the world, and what this means for the future of the world's food supply. Both studies

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Tōkyō :: Japan | 1 year ago

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Most flowers use a combination of two or more of these tactics. Fragrances are designed by the flowers that use them to appeal to the discriminating taste of specific pollinators...A few are even quite objectionable to people because they are

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Denver :: CO :: USA | 1 year ago

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The world's crops are being placed at increasing risk due to declines in populations of wild pollinators, and the problem cannot be solved merely by increased reliance on honeybees, according to a study conducted by an international research team and

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 1 year ago

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Geraldine Wright A bee at a citrus flower, among the plants that attract pollinators with caffeine-laced nectar...But birefringence the property of splitting a light ray into two pieces that travel at different speeds and are polarized at right

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Santa Clara :: CA :: USA | 1 year ago

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Courtesy Photo Apis mellifera Save the Bees Plants Depend on the Flying Pollinators for Survival Monday, March 4, 2013 Article Tools While honeybees seem to belong on the scene, they are relative newcomers in the California landscape. Beekeeping is

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Rio Negro :: Brazil | 1 year ago

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Michael Kooren/Reuters The decline of wild bees and other pollinators may be an even more alarming threat to crop yields than the loss of honeybees, a worldwide study suggests, revealing the irreplaceable contribution of wild insects to global food

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Sydney :: Australia | 1 year ago

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Certain native flowers are turning red to entice birds as pollinators, shifting away from insects that did the job earlier, says a new research. Mani Shrestha from the Monash School of Biological Sciences, Australia, who led the study, said bird-

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Seattle :: WA :: USA | 1 year ago

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Mapes Etheral, otherworldly witch hazel lives up to its name. The time to see this spectacular plant in bloom is now, in the Witt Winter Garden at the Washington Park Arboretum . Like other species of very early flowering plants, witch hazel really

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Washington :: DC :: USA | 1 year ago

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Anne Leonard, who studies bees at the University of Nevada, says our understanding of pollinator-flower communication has been expanding for decades. "Flowers do a lot of things you might not expect," Leonard says. "We observe they have these

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 year ago

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21 February 2013 Seeing a large bumblebee inside a bright flower is a common sight over the warm summer months. It has long been known that bees are attracted to the flowers by their bright colours and enticing fragrances. However, it has now emerged

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