5 thoughts on “Neonicotinoids killing bees

  1. Pingback: Deadly Risk to Bees Ignored, Say British MPs Regulators ignored “data on the danger that one of the world’s biggest selling pesticides could pose to bees and other pollinators,” says committee chair – Andrea Germanos, staff writer

  2. Thanks to Andre Nemesio of the Universidade Federal de Uberlândia (Brazil), nerds everywhere can share this piece of taxonomic trivia with their friends of average intellect. Nemesio has named a newly described species of orchard bee Euglossa bazinga, an homage to television’s patron saint of geniuses, Dr. Sheldon Cooper. And if you don’t get the joke, you’re not a fan of The Big Bang Theory.

    http://insects.about.com/b/2012/12/17/bazinga-bee-named-to-honor-dr-sheldon-cooper.htm

  3. Pingback: Neonicotinoids threaten bees, new report | Dear Kitty. Some blog

  4. Pingback: Birds, bees, aquatic life killed by neonicotinoids | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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