Southern Crop

Southern Crop

No Flowers? No Problem.

What’s a bee to do when there are very few flowers available and it needs a sugar fix? Wild bees may be responding to climate change and urban expansion by relying on insects to get the sweet stuff, according to a study by Joan Meiners, a Ph.D. student in the University of Florida IFAS School of Natural Resources and Environment.

 

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