Global Wildlife AIDS
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Neonicotinoid Insecticides



The following is an in-depth look at the impact of neonicotinoid insecticides and also Aquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDs) in bees, butterflies, moths, bats, birds, and amphibians. The work also includes information about general environmental impact as well as impact on human health.

The article was written by Dr Rosemary Mason and Palle Uhd Jepsen, and published here with permission.

Part 1 - Introduction And About The Authors

Part 2 - Immunity Deficiency In Honey Bees

Part 3 - Immunity Deficiency In Amphibians

Part 4 - Immunity Deficiency In Bats

Part 5 - Immunity Deficiency In Bumblebees

Part 6 - Immunity Deficiency In Butterflies And Moths

Part 7 - Immunity Deficiency In Birds

Part 8 - Impact Of Neonicotinoids On The Environment

Part 9 - Neonicotinoids And Human Health

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