Honeybees Self-Medicate with Anti-Fungal Resin

Research from North Carolina State University shows that honey bees "self-medicate" when their colony is infected with a harmful fungus, bringing in increased amounts of antifungal plant resins to ward off the pathogen. Source: North Carolina State University - Discipline: Evolution

Honeybees Self-Medicate with Anti-Fungal Resin

Mon 2 Apr 12 from Discover Magazine

Bees 'self-medicate' when infected with some pathogens

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When they get sick, bees take precautions to limit the spread of their infection.

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