A new study from Florida International University found that nonnative tropical bees were harder hit by a record South Florida cold spell in 2010, providing a better understanding about how cold can define species’ boundaries as the planet warms.
A new study from Florida International University found that nonnative tropical bees were harder hit by a record South Florida cold spell in 2010, providing a better understanding about how cold can define species’ boundaries as the planet warms. contributed
A new study from Florida International University found that nonnative tropical bees were harder hit by a record South Florida cold spell in 2010, providing a better understanding about how cold can define species’ boundaries as the planet warms. contributed

Brrr, tropical bees can’t take the South Florida cold, study finds

May 06, 2016 04:03 PM

UPDATED May 07, 2016 05:14 PM

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