Monday, December 12, 2011

#Bees Head For The Hills To #Mate

We know little about bee's mating behaviour but 'hilltopping', when males and females seek mates  on the tops of hills,  has been observed before in butterflies, flies, and wasps. Professor Dave Goulson from the University of Stirling noticed large numbers of bees  in the hills near the university.  He presumed they weren't foraging but looking for mates as the hills are windswept and flowerless. However nobody seems to have told the females. Though male bumblebees from four species were found females didn't seem to be taking advantage of the gathering. 


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