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Honey Bees are becoming extinct

 
Beetlejuice

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01/23/2013 04:24 PM

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Honey Bees are becoming extinct
What’s happening to our bees? Since 1990 the population of bees has declined dramatically to date for 2013 the population of European and American honey bees has now declined by 50% which is extremely concerning for many agriculturists, horticulturists, environmentalists, but most importantly our natural wildlife that depend on such insects to pollinate some millions of flowering nectar plants that then continue the growing process of wildflowers, trees, maize, corn, to critically endangered species of flowering plants such Alliaceae Agardh endangered in Czech Republic, to the Colchicum autumnale one of the most endangered species of Crocus bulbs in the world.

There are no theories or stories regarding the decline of the honey bee, and the fact stands at this with evidential proof that the honey bee is now moving up to becoming a “vulnerable” species of insect that should we lose then we will be viewing some catastrophic agricultural and economical loss and failure that will have a knock on effect within the hypermarkets from grains, barley’s to cereal crops and even florists and more.

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Here this is what Albert Einstein said if all of bees were to dissapear. The quote goes:
"If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would only have four years of life left.
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1 of the reasons...
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01/23/2013 04:39 PM

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Re: Honey Bees are becoming extinct
Worth watching:

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01/23/2013 04:41 PM
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cell phones possibly
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Re: Honey Bees are becoming extinct
They are being over run by killer bees.

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cell phones possibly
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JUST HERE

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01/24/2013 05:32 PM

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01/24/2013 05:40 PM
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we have not seen any decrease in any of our colonies
Sloane

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01/24/2013 05:42 PM

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We need our honeybees!

Parasites are the primary reason honeybees are endangered. The "one-two punch" of the tracheal and varroa mites poses an ominous and ongoing threat. Introduced in North America in 1982 and 1987, respectively, these two mites spread quickly via pollination and commercial bee industry migration. The tracheal mites live inside the trachea of honeybees and suck bees' blood from the inside, whereas varroa are relatively large external parasites that reproduce inside of hive cells where young bees are being raised.

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We need our honeybees!

Parasites are the primary reason honeybees are endangered. The "one-two punch" of the tracheal and varroa mites poses an ominous and ongoing threat. Introduced in North America in 1982 and 1987, respectively, these two mites spread quickly via pollination and commercial bee industry migration. The tracheal mites live inside the trachea of honeybees and suck bees' blood from the inside, whereas varroa are relatively large external parasites that reproduce inside of hive cells where young bees are being raised.

[link to www.pbs.org]

:bumblebee:
 Quoting: Sloane


hf
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We need our honeybees!

Parasites are the primary reason honeybees are endangered. The "one-two punch" of the tracheal and varroa mites poses an ominous and ongoing threat. Introduced in North America in 1982 and 1987, respectively, these two mites spread quickly via pollination and commercial bee industry migration. The tracheal mites live inside the trachea of honeybees and suck bees' blood from the inside, whereas varroa are relatively large external parasites that reproduce inside of hive cells where young bees are being raised.

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Amen to that

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