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Entomology Program and Laboratory:: Research related to pest insects in the southwest Florida agricultural community at the Southwest Florida Research and Education Center of the University of Florida.

Bohart Museum of Entomology:: The R. M. Bohart Museum of Entomology, founded in 1946, is located on the University of California, Davis campus. The museum is dedicated to teaching, research and service. We have the seventh largest insect collection in North America, and is worldwide in coverage. The collection holdings total more than seven million specimens of terrestrial and fresh water arthropods. The museum is also home of the California Insect Survey, a storehouse of the

UCD Entomology Apiculture Newsletters:: The Apiculture Newsletter- Entomology at University of California, Davis.

Veterinary Entomology Expert Systems:: Free software for house fly management in confined animal production systems, poultry pest diagnosis and management, and livestock pest diagnosis and management.

Department of Entomology at Volcani ARO:: Descriptions of the research undertaken in insect management, taxonomy, ecology, toxicology and control.

It's All About Bees!:: It’s All About Bees! is a small local family-owned business. We specialize in creating our own unique reipes based on old-fashioned favorites as well as new and exciting food experiences. We are known for unique and all-natural products: • Local and Varietal Honey • Reduced Sugar Jam & Jelly • Delicious Sauces & Salsa • Natural Body Care Products • Beneficial Beeswax Candles • Beautiful Gift Baskets & More!

Bees:: Bees are four-winged insects, usually with a sting. There are over 12,000 species, but only about 600 of them are social in habit. Among the social bees are the honeybee (or hive bee) and the bumblebee. The bumblebee is round and furry and moves around slowly. The honeybee has a more streamlined body and moves around much faster (about 15 miles/hour). Bees have been producing honey for at least 150 million years. Bees create honey by repeatedly r

A Spring without Bees:: Provides information on a book by journalist Michael Schacker which examines the evidence linking IMD to Colony Collapse Disorder and offers a plan to save the bees.

Bees-Online:: Information resource about honey bees and their value to mankind, written to inspire and encourage people to keep bees themselves.

Enemies of Bees:: Information on the most common bee diseases that occur in the United States with suggested treatments.

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