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Aussie Bee Bulletin
Rare photos and intriguing facts on the secret lives of Australian Native Bees.

Issue 6 (May 1998)

THIS ISSUE'S
FEATURED BEE

Reed Bee
(Exoneura)

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

THE SECRET SOCIAL BEES THAT LIVE IN LANTANA - Discover the delightful, miniature reed bees are sadly often accidentally destroyed in bush regeneration campaigns.

WILL YOU JOIN OUR BUMBLE BEE WATCH - Bumble bees are on the march and will eventually reach the Australian mainland. Dr Brian Faulkner explains how they can be identified. (For more information, click here.)

BOXING THE STINGLESS BEE AUSTROPLEBEIA SYMEI
- Box construction tips for this important Queensland stingless native bee by expert Tom Carter.

STINGLESS BEE HONEY - A BUSHFOOD WITH A FUTURE - Native bee honey as a gourmet food is exciting great interest in Australia and abroad.

CROP POLLINATION WITH NATIVE BEES - Some crops are better pollinated by native bees than by commercial bees. Dr Tim Heard reveals the latest research.

GARLIC CHIVES AND STINGLESS BEES - Aussie Bee member, Eddie Synstra, reports his discoveries about the bees visiting his garden.

PLANTS LOVED BY NATIVE BEES - THE FULL LIST SO FAR! - Over 200 plants loved by native bees across Australia, as nominated by Aussie Bee readers in our surveys.

-- SORRY THIS BACK ISSUE IS NOW SOLD OUT!


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