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Synonyms for bumblebee

robust hairy social bee of temperate regions


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In a study published today in the journal Ecology Letters, researchers examining three subalpine bumble bee species in Colorado's Rocky Mountains found that, for some bumble bees, a changing climate means there just aren't enough good flowers to go around.
Since 1980 the number of pollinating insects in Scotland - honey bees, bumble bees, the solitary bee, butterflies and hoverflies - have declined by an estimated 51%, leading to fears of a negative impact on agriculture, food security, the economy and human health.
Bumble Bee continues to expand its business by also providing high-quality frozen seafood, so this year a greater emphasis will be placed on the frozen side of our business--Anova Food," says Dave Melbourne, senior vice president, consumer marketing and corporate social responsibility at Bumble Bee Seafoods, based in San Diego.
Placing the bumble bee on the endangered species list was previously set to take place Feb.
As they sat on a bench, with Charles gently holding the creature in both hands, the bumble bee flew at Camilla, who brushed it away - but it then flew up the heir to the throne's double breasted jacket.
The company said it was on track to achieve a sales target of $8 billion in 2020, despite the delay in the Bumble Bee deal.
On top of Bumble Bee Foods' payout, two of its safety employees are now facing criminal charges and possible prison time.
19 December 2014 - Thailand-based canned seafood company Thai Union Frozen Products Public Co Ltd has agreed to acquire US-based canned tuna brand Bumble Bee Seafoods for USD 1.
The Thai company said it has entered into a binding agreement which will see it acquire 100 percent of Bumble Bee Seafoods in a deal worth 1.
A MESSAGE about the plight of the bumble bee was being delivered to youngsters in Middlesbrough in July 2004.
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation and its partners have launched the Bumble Bee Watch website to track sightings.
Her image of a dahlia flower visited by a bumble bee pollinator is the May photograph.
The Flight of the Bumble Bee is a kid-friendly app, which allows children to experience Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov's famous composition as an exciting adventure, complete with animated story and interactive cartoon visuals.
Frankby BUMBLE Bee Workshop and Walk in Royden Park tomorrow from 10.
Three-year-old Ayrton Hughes-Johns still carries the scars, both physical and emotional, after suffering friction burns, cuts and bruises while on the Bumble Bee ride at Stourport-on-Severn's Treasure Island attraction.