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Posted on November 6 at 4:29 p.m.
Really interesting to read how the mite, fungus and virus may have come together in a 'perfect storm' for the poor bees. And good to hear that the organic bee keepers have an advantage in this fight! Here in Boulder (Colorado), most of our apiculturists are organic (as are most of our farmers).
On Decline of the Honey Bees
Posted on October 25 at 7:47 a.m.
Wowie! This is the most I've ever read about decomposition processes in one morning.....
On A Plague of Vampires
Posted on December 6 at 11:05 a.m.
what a great article on rats! I had no idea that "rat fancy" groups were so recent (now I'm wondering how new guinea pig fancier groups are!) (both species of great phenotypic plasticity, and both used in medical research for humans).
On Ancient Origins of Pet Rats
Posted on November 30 at 3:49 p.m.
what a terrific article on stem cells! I went to graduate school in biophysics years ago, and I learned a lot from this. Thank you!
On Showtime for Stem Cells
Posted on October 14 at 9:50 a.m.
Another great website for people interested in keeping chickens is mypetchicken.com -- they have a good "breed selector tool" on their website, and excellent info on raising backyard chickens. Nice article!
On Chickens in the City
Posted on October 5 at 2:09 p.m.
Nice history, and a great Senegal photo! I've had parrots for years, and I learned a lot here. I hope all readers note the need for a specialized diet for their bird -- not seed only -- as this is a common, potentially fatal mistake on the part of the bird's caregiver. Thanks for a great column!
On The Pleasures of Pet Parrots