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Bumblebee

Slang; a needlessly cumbersome financial statement, especially one that obscures the true financial statement. The term is most common in the context of small Christian churches and ministries.
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Management of Bombus atratus bumblebees to pollinate lulo (Solanum quiotense L), a native fruit from the Andes of Colombia.
Bombus hortulanus inicia su actividad de forrajeo a las 06:00 h, y a diferencia de A.
Bombus handlirschi Friese fue observada visitando flores de Halenia postrataH.
After combining their data with information collected by a team of University of Illinois scientists led by entomologist Sydney Cameron, the researchers now have a large database containing information on more than 80,000 Bombus specimens representing 10 species throughout the country, including B.
Recently, Bombus species have shown sharp decline in their abundance in many parts of the globe especially in the last 50 years, which is intensifying day by day as the loss of any bumblebee species may result in cascading impacts on native fauna and flora.
Aunque con frecuencia y constancia baja, vale la pena comentar que en el presente estudio, fueron encontradas las siguientes especies de himenopteros: Bombus morio (Swederus) (8), Melissodes sp.
Another response to the crisis has been the modification of European bumblebee sub-species, bombus terrestris dalmatinus, a highly effective pollinator that's been used by indoor fruit and growers for more than 20 years but banned from outdoor use by wildlife legislation.
Mae'r cacwn, y 'bumble bee' yn Saesneg yn perthyn i'r genws Bombus, ac i'r teulu Apidae, ac mae 'na tua 250 o rywogaethau yn hemisffer y gogledd.
Bombus franklini, a North American bumblebee, was last seen on August 9, 2006.
which mainly attracted honey bees and Bombus as well as lower frequencies of Xylocopa and leafcutting bees (Megachilidae).