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A pan-European epidemiological study reveals honey bee colony survival depends on beekeeper education and disease control

Reports of honey bee population decline has spurred many national efforts to understand the extent of the problem and to identify causative or associated factors. However, our collective understanding of the factors has been hampered by a lack of joined up trans-national effort. Moreover, the impacts of beekeeper knowledge and beekeeping management practices have often been...

Introduction of Aethina tumida (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) in the regions of Calabria and Sicily (southern Italy)

Aethina tumida (small hive beetle, SHB) was first detected in September 2014 in Calabria region, southern Italy, and in a single apiary in Sicily in November 2014. In September 2015, SHB was again recorded in Calabria, and in 2016, only sentinel honey bee nucleus colonies were found to be infested. Its phylogenetic relationship and possible origin were investigated comparing the...

RNA 1 and RNA 2 Genomic Segments of Chronic Bee Paralysis Virus Are Infectious and Induce Chronic Bee Paralysis Disease

declare no conflict of interests. Authors’ Contribution Ibrahim Youssef, Eric Dubois, Magali Ribière-Chabert, Hervé Darbon, and Richard Thiéry conceived and designed the experiments. Ibrahim Youssef, Frank ... Ribière-Chabert,1 Hervé Darbon,2 Richard Thiéry,1 and Eric Dubois1 1Anses Sophia Antipolis, Unit of Bee Pathology, 105 route des Chappes, CS 20111, 06902 Sophia Antipolis, France 2Architecture et Fonction

Demographics of the European Apicultural Industry

Over the last few years, many European and North American countries have reported a high rate of disorders (mortality, dwindling and disappearance) affecting honeybee colonies (Apis mellifera). Although beekeeping has become an increasingly professional activity in recent years, the beekeeping industry remains poorly documented in Europe. The European Union Reference Laboratory...