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Florida scientists find rare bee species in new locations
by Natalie Van Hoose
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8 June 2021
On 8 June 2021 The Associated Press reported:
Florida Museum of Natural History scientists have found the first nest of Florida's extraordinarily rare blue calamintha bee and added a new location to its known range: the Ocala National Forest. ... Last year's news that scientists had found the blue calamintha bee unexpectedly rocketed the insect to international celebrity status when many people were under COVID-19 lockdowns and spending more time outside.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Kimmel and Daniels' inboxes flooded with reports of blue bee sightings. None thus far have been confirmed as the blue calamintha bee -- Florida is also home to a number of more common blue bee species -- but the researchers were bowled over by the amount of public interest in such a little-known insect.
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