A Tale of Two Pollinators: More Evidence of Neonicotinoids’ Effect on Wild Bees

eparate studies on bumble bees—such as the common eastern bumble bee (Bombus impatiens), shown here—and mason bees exposed to imidacloprid add to the body of evidence that wild bees may be particularly vulnerable to neonicotinoid insecticides. (Photo by David Cappaert, Bugwood.org)

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eparate studies on bumble bees—such as the common eastern bumble bee (Bombus impatiens), shown here—and mason bees exposed to imidacloprid add to the body of evidence that wild bees…

Source: Entomology Today

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