Scott Hoffman Black

Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation

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Executive Director of Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation

Scott Hoffman Black on KCRW

Three times in the past 120 years, honeybees have
disappeared for mysterious reasons. Twice since the 1980's, there have been
infestations of bee-killing mites. But those episodes…

Mysterious 'Colony Collapse Disorder' Threatens Food Chain

Three times in the past 120 years, honeybees have disappeared for mysterious reasons. Twice since the 1980's, there have been infestations of bee-killing mites. But those episodes…

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