Pathogens threaten the health of New Zealand’s bees and could be the reason for increased bee mortality in some regions.
A protein found in Varroa mites offers insight into the evolution of host-parasite-interactions.
A diversity study covering five continents confirms that wild crop-pollinators can easily be enhanced by simple conservation measures.
Researchers from Australia and Canada have been working together to find a solution to an interesting problem
Bumble bees are important pollinators for Alaskan berries, nuts and seeds, but a new study finds that they are affected by the Nosema parasite.
When it comes to wild bees as pollinators, numbers count, rather than diversity.