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Bees can be classified as 'fish' in California conservation law, court says

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California Supreme Court finds that bumblebees can be protected under the law as a type of fish. The decision may carry deep consequences for the state's agriculture industry. The court said late Wednesday that it would not hear arguments over whether the California Fish and Game Commission can consider granting protections to a number of bumblebee species.
Bees can be classified as 'fish' in California conservation law, court says
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California fish conservation law could protect bees

The California Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the state to consider protecting threatened bumblebees under a conservation law listing for fish.

11 days ago·United States
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Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles Times

Bumblebees can be classified as 'fish' under California conservation law, court says

Although the state Endangered Species Act does not name insects, sections of the law suggest invertebrates may be grouped under the category of fish.

9 days ago·Los Angeles, United States
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California fish conservation law could protect bees

The California Supreme Court is allowing the state to consider protecting threatened bumblebees under a conservation law listing for fish.

11 days ago·Sacramento, United States
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Phys.orgPhys.org

Bumblebees can be classified as 'fish' under California conservation law, court says

In a move that could allow a broad range of insects to be considered for endangered species status, the state Supreme Court has found that California bumblebees can be protected under the law as a type of fish.

9 days ago·United Kingdom
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The Billings GazetteThe Billings Gazette

Bees can be classified as 'fish' in California conservation law, court says

A ruling that California bumblebees can be protected as a type of fish could allow a broad range of insects to be eyed for endangered species status.

9 days ago
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SF ChronicleSF Chronicle

Yes, bumblebees may be fish, California Supreme Court agrees

The state Supreme Court will allow a California wildlife agency to consider...

10 days ago·S F, United States
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