Neonicotinoids linked to fall in wild bee population

A group of insecticides has caused more than half the wild bee population losses in England between 1994 and 2011, according to a CEH study

by José Rojo and Rachel Salvidge
bee on flower neonicotinoids
bee on flower neonicotinoids

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