Invasive bees defy logic to build 10,000 colony strong population

Updated March 2 2024 - 2:27pm, first published 1:00pm
Invasive Asian honeybees have defied evolutionary expectations and established a thriving population in North Queensland. Picture Rosalyn Gloag
Invasive Asian honeybees have defied evolutionary expectations and established a thriving population in North Queensland. Picture Rosalyn Gloag

Invasive Asian honeybees have defied evolutionary expectations and established a thriving population in North Queensland during the past decade, much to the chagrin of the honey industry and biosecurity officials.

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