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Re: Bees 'pick up electric signals'

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  • mdudley
    Seems about right. I notice that quite often when an article is on honeybees, they put up a picture of a hornet s nest. I would suspect that this would also
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      Seems about right. I notice that quite often when an article is on honeybees, they put up a picture of a hornet's nest.

      I would suspect that this would also apply to honeybees. I doubt a plant can tell what specifically pollinated it.

      Marshall

      --- In Beekeeping@yahoogroups.com, Terence Planke <plater122@...> wrote:
      >
      >  Hmmm!
      >
      >   Couldn't help but notice that all of the research mention pertained to
      >   bumblebees yet earlier today, when the article was initially posted,
      >   it contained a picture of a frame of honey bees.
      >
      >   It seems the newspaper grabbed the wrong "stock photo" to
      >   accompany the bumblebee-related research.   <g>
      >
      >   Glad to see they corrected the problem.
      >
      >   Now the question is does this research also apply to honey bees?
      >
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