Bees use invisible heat patterns to choose flowers

                             Floral heat patterns from rock rose.  Credit:Read More

Radar tracking reveals how bees develop a route between flowers

A bumblebee eats a food reward presented on an artificial flower. Five such feeders each contain 1/5 of the amountRead More

Tiny bees play big part in secret sex lives of trees

This map shows how bees carried pollen from numerous father trees to a specific mother tree, often traveling from moreRead More

Pesticides may cause bumble bees to lose their buzz, study finds

Pesticides significantly reduce the number of pollen grains a bumblebee is able to collect, a new University of Stirling studyRead More

In bee decline, fungicides emerge as improbable villain

Fungicides particularly chlorothalonil — appear to be impacting bee health. Credit: © Zacarias da Mata / Fotolia When a Cornell-ledRead More

Study of Bee Health finds that “No natural medicine in once-promising compound”

Ph.D. student Evan Palmer-Young and advisor evolutionary ecologist Lynn Adler had hoped an earlier finding of reduced parasite load withRead More