Neonicotinoids on bees

Honey bee on flower

Scientists from the University of Dundee have produced new research showing that some neonicotinoids are damaging bees.  In an article by Claire Marshall, BBC Environment Correspondent entitled Banned pesticides 'not equally harmful' to bees (28th April 206) it reveals that the largest field study so far into the group of pesticides called neonicotinoids has concluded that each acts differently on the brains of bees.