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13 October 2016 New publication on neonicotinoids harming bumble bee populations
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13 October 2016 New publication on neonicotinoids harming bumble bee populations

This new British study shows that chronic exposure to field realistic levels of neonicotinoids induces a reduction in the production of males and queens by bumble bee colonies. That can explain why wild bees are declining in many areas of Europe for years.

 

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