bumblebee


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  • noun

Synonyms for bumblebee

robust hairy social bee of temperate regions

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Scientists were surprised to receive more bumblebee sightings from volunteers in city centres than in either the countryside or suburbs.
The 'Big Bumblebee Discovery' is the perfect summer activity to help them do both.
If the optic flow suddenly becomes stronger in the right eye than the left, the bumblebee will turn left to reduce the risk of a collision.
Some plants, however, do not produce nectar, yet Bumblebees are drawn to their color, smell or even the electric charge of the plant.
The tree bumblebee, Bombus hypnorum, has recently colonised in Britain and will often use bird nest boxes | If you want to become a beekeeper, details of county beekeepers' associations and courses can be seen on www.
Farmers and landowners around Simonside in the Coquet Valley are supporting a new Northumberland National Park scheme to protect bumblebees.
Caption: Investigators spiked jewelweed flowers with aluminum and nickel to test the effect on bumblebee behavior.
Colorful and Festive Ladybug and Bumblebee Cakes Add Flair to Innovative Cake Lineup
WOOLTON volunteers have helped to protect tens of thousands of threatened bumblebees by planting bee-friendly wildflower meadows at Woolton Wood and Camp Hill - and are aiming to go on to make Liverpool the UK's first citywide "bumblebee haven".
1 continues the saga of Bumblebee and his fellow autobots after the war for Cybertron.
While scientists work to pinpoint the causes of colony collapse, anyone with a yard or garden can help native bees, including the sweat bee, the orchard mason bee and the bumblebee.
Bumblebees spend a lot of time buzzing around flowers.
Good news then, that over the last few years a new species of bumblebee has made its way to Britain and seems to be thriving here.
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Just this week we were told the familiar bumblebee faces extinction through inbreeding, while another report warned global warming was threatening bees and other flying insects to such an extent that some species of plants were facing a 50% drop in pollination rates.