I want to know how microbes, including things like mites, ticks, ants, fungi, other algae. How exactly do they appear and get into the soil
1. Mites can live in the trachea of a bee. These mites obtain nutrients from bee tissue. Beekeepers worry when mite populations reach numbers that have the potential to destroy the entire bee colony. The relationship between bees and mites is
a) interspecific competition
d) intraspecific competition
2. If the grizzly bear population is 0.4 bears / 200km^2, calculate the grizzly bear population in an area of 5000 km^2. Record number as an whole. ________________ grizzly bears
3. The moose population of a study area at the beginning of the year was 500. If there were 35 births and 5 deaths throughout the year, what was the per capita growth rate for the moose population during the year?
4. Some whales have barnacles living on their backs. As the whales move through the ocean, the barnacles are exposed to new sources of their food, plankton. Whales are unaffected by the presence of the barnacles. The relationship between the barnacles and the whales is
It looks like a mosquito bite, but it’s not..and it hurts whenever I it touch or move my hand. I’ve got stung by a bee, but is it possible i cwould’vegot stung without realizing it? (I was inside all day from school, but just went outside for gym.) I just found it when I went to go take a shower, if it helps my kitten USED to have mites, but he’s at my dad’s house and I just came here today and he already got rid of the mitdeodorant not hard.. it is a little I guess.. could it be from my deoderant or shaving too close?
Please help, I’m only 13 and I read somewhere it could be cancer or something?
I have ruled out bots and mites. Could be a fly of some kind but I’m not sure, they look like itty bitty black and grey bees and they have brutalized her belly overnight! I put swat on them but what exactly are they? Shes perfect and I hate seeing her this miserable!
I am not a beekeeper, but I have a wild honeybee hive in one of my trees. Today the bees swarmed and alighted in another of my trees in a big mass. All day I noticed a higher than normal amount of bees flying back and forth and all over the place on my property. After about 4 hours, the mass swarmed again and flew off. I went and checked the original tree with the hive and there seems to still be acitivity there with bees flying in and out of the hive. But I also saw many smaller, blondish, kind of fuzzy bees walking around on the ground by the hive. They did not appear to be sick, but they couldn’t seem to fly. So what happened? Was another queen born and the hive split up? I hope it doesn’t mean that the hive is sick. I did not seem to see any mites on the “fuzzy” bees on the ground.