The European honeybee has been in Australia for almost 200 years and its presence is often seen as benign, even beneficial. But that may not always be the case.
- Feral European bees may outcompete native bees for floral resources
- Scientists do not fully understand the impacts and say more research is needed
- An Indigenous station owner in the Top End believes he is seeing the effects firsthand
Feral populations of European honeybee may disrupt nat…