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Bee tongues shrink as climate warms -
Bees in some parts of the US Rocky Mountains have evolved shorter tongues, probably in response to a decline in flower populations caused by climate change. Nicole Miller-Struttmann. Nicole Miller-Struttmann at SUNY College in Old Westbury, New York, ...

With bees' help, schools cross-pollinate to create scientists - Standard-Examiner

The bee experience was part of an effort by WSU's zoology department to cross-pollinate with local schools to create future scientists. “My biggest emphasis is that I encourage interest in science,” said Karl Lye, a WSU student employed as the zoology ...

Foundation professor to give inaugural lecture, 'Biogeography and Primate ... - Lawrence Journal World

Lawrence Journal World
K. Christopher Beard, Foundation Distinguished Professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, will present “Biogeography and Primate Evolution: Scientific Constraints on Improbable Events” at 5:30 p.m. at the Kansas Room in the Kansas Union, 1301 ...

Biogeography of the Honey Bee (Apis mellifera)

San Francisco - United States

Project by Kristen Coker on this insect, its natural history, evolution and distribution.

Apis mellifera: Honey Bee
United States

Several photographs and some insect facts.

The Honey Bee (Apis mellifera)
United Kingdom

Information on the bee including its anatomy, the organization of the colony, the roles of queen, worker and drone, their development and other aspects of the lives of bees and that of the colony.

European Honey Bee: Apis mellifera
United States

Research project by Colin Natrop on this domesticated insect including its classification, habitat, reproduction, adaptations, nutrition and interactions with other species.

Apis mellifera scutellata: Africanized Honeybee
United States

Photographs of this species and information on its taxonomy, description, habitat and distribution, life history, community biology, physical tolerances, ecology and invasive information.

United Kingdom

An account of the life and biology of the bee, and the activities of the colony throughout the year. [PDF]

United States

Discussion of swarming activity from the University of Nebraska.

Insect Insights: The Honey Bee
United States

Photographic study by Dave Walker on the hairy eyes and amazing legs of this insect.

Interactive Honey Bee Worker
United States

Diagram of a honey bee and downloadable images of the different body parts.

Honey Bee Research at the University of Illinois
United States

Research in Gene E. Robinson's lab that studies the mechanisms of social behavior in honey bees.

Africanized Honey Bee Education Project
United States

From the University of Arizona.