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Comment from: fred aster [Visitor]
probably was what is commonly known as a yellowjack a type of ground bee
2007-05-10 @ 19:03
Comment from: Turlough [Visitor] Email
Here's the best explanation of the honeybee decline you are likely to get at present: http://www.newswise.com/articles/view/529966/

And, yes, I'd agree that a yellowjacket is much more likely to investigate sweet drinks than a honeybee -- but the yellowjacket isn't a bee at all. It's quite a different beastie.

He was a brave or foolhardy man to continue. As a beekeeper, I'd certainly seek help if I was stung in any orifice! Swellings in mouth, nose etc can lead to serious repercussions.
2007-05-13 @ 11:02

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