Re: Good bee/bad bee
- Subject: Re: [cg] Good bee/bad bee
- From: "Mike McGrath" MikeMcG@PTD.net
- Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 12:06:31 -0400
Well, the first expansion is that those nasty actors--that look a lot like
honey bees--are WASPS, not bees.
The vast majority of so-called 'bee stings' are, in fact, caused by these
VERY aggressive wasps.
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Subject: Re: [cg] Good bee/bad bee
This is interesting to me too, because a lot of the "volunteers," bee-wise
I've seen in Manhattan have usually been "yellow jackets" hovering near
garbage cans or suddenly descending on a kid's Popsicle.
Please share your sources, this is fascinating.
Thanking you in advance, looking forward to expanding my etymological
Hell's Kitchen, NYC
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