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Bumblebees are important pollinators for wild flowers and agricultural crops. North China is a region of varied geomorphology and… Expand Currently, there is concern about declining bee populations and some blame the residues of neonicotinoid pesticides in the nectar… Expand Habitat fragmentation can have severe effects on plant pollinator interactions, for example changing the foraging behaviour of… Expand The first fossil bumble bee (Apinae: Bombini) from the Miocene Randeck Maar of southwestern Germany is described and illustrated… Expand Greenways have recently been established in some intensively farmed areas of South Sweden in order to enhance recreation… Expand The bumblebee Bombus terrestris is not only an effective pollinator, but also a potential invasive alien species outside its… Expand Il n'est pas possible d'identifier avec precision les especes de bourdons d'apres leurs caracteres morphologiques ou leurs… Expand Summary: In this study we describe colony development, larval development, worker reproduction and mating frequency of the queen… Expand Regulation of nest temperature is important to the fitness of eusocial insect colonies. To maintain appropriate conditions for… Expand Can. Ent. 123: 283-293 (1991) Bumble bees rely on stored nectar to maintain high colony temperatures. This study examines some of… Expand