The Problem with Honey Bees (via Scientific American)

“By introducing tens or hundreds of beehives, the relative density of honey bees increases exponentially compared with wild native pollinators,” Valido explains. This causes a drastic reduction of flower resources—pollen and nectar—within the foraging range. “Beekeeping appears to have more pervasive, negative impacts on biodiversity than it was previously assumed,” says Jordano.

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