Most of the bees in UK hives come from imported sub-species, but now research by the Bee Improvement And Bee Breeders' Association (Bibba) has revealed that the native black honey bee is holding on in parts of the UK where it was thought to be extinct.
What does BIBBA stand for?
BIBBA stands for Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders' Association
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Most of the bees in UK hives come from imported sub-species, but research by the Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders' Association has revealed the native black honeybee is holding on in parts of the UK where it was said to be extinct.
The Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders' Association (Bibba) started life in 1964 as the humble Village Bee Breeders' Association when its founder, Beowulf Cooper, argued that pure race native bees were desirable both for biodiversity and producing hardier bees.