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bumblebees

Drug slang
A regional term for amphetamines, which is related to their ability to give a person a “buzz”.
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She hesitated when labeling a few bumblebees as Bombus neoboreus, a species found in the arctic tundra of Alaska and Canada: "There were several specimens of neoboreus that didn't look quite right," she said.
Hasbro has a lot riding on the Bumblebee character, set to star in the first Transformers spin-off, which is due in theatres at Christmas 2018.
Rare sight: A bumblebee collecting nectar from a flower - as 9% of us say we rarely spot a bee in the UK
The rusty patched bumblebee was originally set to be designated as endangered on Feb.
The important stage in rearing of bumblebee on commercial scale is the stimulation of mother queen for egg laying.
Caption: Rising temperatures are compressing the habitat ranges of bumblebees, such as this rusty-patched bumblebee (Bombus affinis).
There are several hundred species of bumblebee, of which about 25 are found in Britain.
The study found a belt of land 185 miles wide has lost 67 types of bumblebee in the last 110 years as conditions have warmed up.
A total of 30,000 people, mostly schoolchildren, took part in the study this summer, recording more than 4,000 bumblebee sightings from across the UK.
com)-- Despite only having two years' worth of experience in the business world, hybrid car battery seller Bumblebee Batteries is already being featured on network television.
That's why Sridhar Ravi of Harvard University is studying the flight of the bumblebee.