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Related to Bombus: Bombus vosnesenskii
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Noun1.Bombus - bumblebeesBombus - bumblebees        
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
Apidae, family Apidae - honeybees; carpenter bees; bumblebees
bumblebee, humblebee - robust hairy social bee of temperate regions
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She hesitated when labeling a few bumblebees as Bombus neoboreus, a species found in the arctic tundra of Alaska and Canada: "There were several specimens of neoboreus that didn't look quite right," she said.
micans, pollen loads were not significantly different from those of Bombus spp.
Condition-dependent virulence of slow bee paralysis virus in Bombus terrestris: are the impacts of honeybee viruses in wild pollinators underestimated?
In Virginia, most research on bee pollinators has focused on honey bees, bumble bees, Bombus spp.
AFTER receiving calls about wasp nests invading people's homes and bird boxes, The Tree Bee Society found that these weren't wasps at all, but a new species of bee to the UK called Bombus Hypnorum or the 'Tree Bee'.
Our field studies on Hainan Gesneriaceae also found that Bombus and Amegilla were the most frequent pollinators, with no bird- and moth-pollinations were observed (Shao-Jun Ling & Ming-Xun Ren, unpublished data).
Acute lethal effect of the commercial formulation of the insecticides Imidacloprid, Spinosad y Thiocyclam hidrogenoxalate in Bombus atratus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) workers.
Instead, Bombas, which takes its name from bombus, Latin for bumblebee, has stayed focused on innovation.
Also, the fortuitous presence of flowering-seed formation bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum Flugge; Poales: Poaceae) in the plot understory and the addition of commercial colonies of Bombus impatiens Cresson (Hymenoptera: Apidae) were used to advantage to investigate the spatial distribution and response behavior of B.
Por otro lado, un estudio [21] evaluo el potencial de la especie de abejorro nativo de Colombia Bombus atratus como polinizador del tomate (Lycopersicon esculetum) en condiciones de invernadero, utilizando colonias criadas en cautiverio.
I recorded visits to flowers of primarily beetles, bees, and moths, with the principal pollinator species being Chauliognathus pensylvanicus (Pennsylvania leatherwing beetle; Coleoptera: Cantharidae) and Bombus impatiens (common eastern bumble bee; Hymenoptera: Apidae).