Passion for Bees, Compassion for Beekeepers
TweetMichigan went from winter to summer (20-30s) then back to winter last two days (below freezing at some point). but… read more Crabapple blooming, with bees
Tweet1. March 20th. There is one cherry tree between Mason hall and Natural Science, almost ready to bloom. Yesterday (March… read more Cherry blossoms and bees (2).
Tweet1. Today (March 20th), one cherry was blooming, the tree is next to Mason Hall. 2. Without the flash, the… read more Cherry blossoms and bees (1)
TweetPhotos shot today, March 11, 2012. About 1 week earlier than 2010 (March 17, 2010, I posted a first bees… read more First foragers of 2012
TweetThe “Harvard bee” refers to a bee photo I published on Arnoldia, which is a journal from the Arnold Arboretum,… read more The Harvard bee, Davidia and spicy honey
TweetI am forcing myself to start a series of photos taken at various botanic gardens. Otherwise the photos from tens… read more Flowers and Bees from NCSU and Duke Gardens
TweetWell, it is Valentines day (almost gone though) so I will post some photos of bee-kissing. The technical term is… read more The amorous (Aussie) bees
Tweet16. Carbon dioxide anesthesia reduces virulence of Nosema ceranae in North American A. mellifera. Milbrath, M.O.1, X.B. Xie2, Z.Y. Huang1…. read more ABRC-talks
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