Bees

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Bees, Wasps And Ants Recording Society
... BWARS, the Bees, Wasps and Ants Recording Society, is a British society dedicated to recording bees, wasps and ants ...
List Of Threatened Fauna Of Michigan - Insects - Bees
... There are two species of threatened bees in Michigan, both of which are members of the genus Bombus and are listed as species of special concern ... There are no federally listed bee species with populations in Michigan ... Species Common name State status Bombus affinis Rusty-patched bumble bee Special Concern Bombus terricola Yellow banded bumble bee Special Concern ...
List Of Crop Plants Pollinated By Bees
... whereby pollen is distributed by insects, particularly bees, Lepidoptera (e.g ... Note that honey bees will pollinate many plant species that are not native to areas where honey bees occur, and are often inefficient pollinators of such plants ... product of pollination Pollinator impact number of honey bee hives per acre Geography of cultivation Okra Abelmoschus esculentus Honey bees (incl ...
School Diva - Schools
... A queen bee in a school setting is sometimes referred to as a school diva or school princess ... These queen bees are often stereotyped in media as attractive, charismatic, manipulative, and wealthy, holding positions of social status such as head cheerleader, prom ... The phenomenon of queen bees is common in finishing schools ...
St Bees Lighthouse
... St Bees Lighthouse is a lighthouse located on St Bees Head near the village of St Bees in Cumbria, England ...

Famous quotes containing the word bees:

    The farmers crowd to the fair today in obedience to the same ancient law,... as naturally as bees swarm and follow their queen.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    As bees their sting, so the promiscuous leave behind them in each encounter something of themselves by which they are made to suffer.
    Cyril Connolly (1903–1974)

    Imagine spending four billion years stocking the oceans with seafood, filling the ground with fossil fuels, and drilling the bees in honey production—only to produce a race of bed-wetters!
    Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)