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    Re: Anyone raise Stingless Bees in USA?

    I really think this could be a very interesting research topic for US specialists. I read many people is now installing hives for bumblebees and carpenter bees in order to keep pollination running or...
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    Re: Anyone raise Stingless Bees in USA?

    I believe there would be no trouble if stingless bees themselves were imported to the USA, as they have lived along with honey bees in Latin America for centuries without causing any known problem to...
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    Re: Anyone raise Stingless Bees in USA?

    Hi,

    You should be interested to know that here in Brazil we have plenty of species of stingless bees, both Trigonini and Melipona. There are about 300 species already identified, and from 25 to...
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    Re: Stingless bees from Philippines

    Maybe this species from Philippines produces only 500g, but many species in Brazil are a lot more productive. Only to mention some examples we do have:

    - Manduri (melipona marginata): Up to 3...
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    Re: New entusiast from Brazil

    Its nice to hear about your interest, ThaiRockshop.

    Ive been very busy organizing my new apartment and preparing the former one for renting, thats why I still did not open the new topic. But I...
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    Re: New entusiast from Brazil

    Hi Samoadc;

    My idea is exactly to share the information I gathered when researching to choose my own stingless bees, as well as to tell about my experiences with them after I get my colonies...
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    Re: New entusiast from Brazil

    Thank you for your warm welcome. Rio de Janeiro is my city, my whole family still lives in there. I go there all my vacations.


    Best regards.
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    New entusiast from Brazil

    Hello All,

    In the next days I am moving to a new apartment with a very nice balcony facing the woods, and I decided to install a few swarms of stingless bees in there, just as a hobby. This is...
  9. Re: Australian Stingless Native Bee for pollinating

    There are also many species of south american stingless bees, some of them able to produce considerable amounts of honey besides performing pollination work. Some of the species are almost as big as...
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