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Colony Collapse Disorder and the Ever-Evolving Plight of the Honeybee

Summer months in the American countryside bring with them a number of reassuring sensations: sweltering heat offset by welcome storms; the clanking of bullfrogs in creeks and ponds; luminous songbirds flickering about in the treetops; and from field and hedgerow, coming and going with an earnest symmetry, the droning buzz of the industrious honeybee. From wild hives in hollow snags ...

William H. Funk | Nov 22, 2013

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