Queen bees less likely to lay eggs, start colony after insecticide exposure

Monday, August 14, 2017 - 13:32 in Biology & Nature

Queen bumblebees exposed to thiamethoxam, a commonly used insecticide, may never lay eggs, something that would threaten the insect population, according to researchers.

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