- n. Plural form of bumblebee.
“Wild insects such as bumblebees and tropical flies still account for 15 percent of pollination, including crops such as cacao (chocolate).”
“But you should know that we are not named 'bumblebees' by rights, but”
“It's the locals versus the FIFOs - or the "bumblebees", as the multitudes of yellow-shirted, fly-in fly-out resources industry workers are known.”
“England have declined by 54 per cent in the past 20 years while numbers of wild bees such as bumblebees have also plummeted”
“Insects such as bumblebees, butterflies and moths are used to cold winters, as Martin Warren of the charity”
“Lacewings and ladybirds, earwigs and spiders as well as pollinating beasts such as bumblebees and Mother Shipton moths will be accommodated, providing a boost for surrounding wildlife and plants.”
“Dr Simon Potts, from the school of agriculture at the University of Reading, has revealed new findings indicating that wild bees such as bumblebees and solitary bees are responsible for the bulk of crop pollination.”
“The latest research has revealed that managed honeybee populations in England have declined by 54 per cent in the past 20 years while numbers of wild bees such as bumblebees have also plummeted.”
“Bilodeau said that users adapt to where bandwidth is best, and that many users are "bumblebees," an industry term referring to those who roam, but with predictable pattern.”
“He points to the proficiency of local pollinators, such as bumblebees, to take care of crops such as squash and cucumber.”
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