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    Well 35 miles north of Shreveport is fairly close to the Arkansas line so for all practical purposes they are there also. The location would also correspond to a major north/south bee migration route. I hope the africans enjoy the forest of small pump jack that dot the area mentioned. It has been some years since we have had a significant freeze during the winter month so I guess it is quite reasonable that they are slowly moving north. Just look at it as another side benefit of global warming.

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    Yeah there was a thread about this in this forum on 17 Jun 05 that Jon Mcfadden let us know from the folks at our friendly neighborhood Arkansas Plant Board (their the ones who deal with us here in Arkansas). Enjoy there's some good reading there.
    David

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