AN international research team has some good news about the struggling honeybee and for the people who depend on them to pollinate crops and other plants.
These pollinators have faced widespread colony losses over the past decade, largely due to the spread of a predatory mite called Varroa destructor. However, the bees might not be in as dire a state as it seems, according to research recently published in
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