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How To Recognize The Two Most Common And Economically Damaging Carpenter Bee Species In The Southeast

February 6th, 2020

The Xylocopa genus is comprised of around 500 documented bee species, including several species that are considered structural pests due to their destructive habit of carving out nesting galleries within structural wood, cosmetic wood, and other types of woodwork. Most bees in the Xylocopa genus excavate nests in both live and dead wood found in…

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Do Any Bees Produce Harmful Forms Of Honey?

September 12th, 2018

The fact that bee populations are decreasing around the globe is bad news considering that many of our agricultural food products would not make it into our mouths if it were not for the many bee species that pollinate the world’s crops. In addition to providing the food necessary to keep the world fed, bees…

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Managed Bees Make Diseases Within Bee Populations Much Worse

January 26th, 2017

There are “wild” bees and “managed” bees. Wild bees are, of course, the bees that dwell entirely outdoors and without being pestered by human intervention. Managed bees are bees that are bred through human manipulation and are meant to be shipped to bee deprived areas around the globe. It sounds like this is a good…

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Guy Forces Bee Invader to Watch Bee Movie with Him

June 20th, 2016

After a bee flew into the home of a Canadian prankster known as “White and Faded” on Twitter decided that a bee that invaded his home deserved some kind of punishment for its rudeness. After “White and Faded” found a bee on the floor of his apartment he took a picture of the insect crawling…

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