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Waco, Texas: Homeowners, Pest Control Buzzing About Killer Bees

Stinging Insects

Companies say they’re encountering hybrid cases in which Africanized bees are interbreeding with European honeybees.

| July 1, 2011

Waco, Texas — Homeowners and pest control companies say they’re seeing more infestations of the dangerous Africanized bee this summer.

One company has received three calls about the bees since last week.

The companies say they’re also encountering hybrid cases in which Africanized bees are interbreeding with European honeybees.

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