The Australasian Beekeeper – December 2018 – Vol. 120, No. 6

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Published December 2018

Featuring:

  • Bee Drift and Mite Dispersal: Randy Oliver Explores the Question of Just How Much Drift Occurs
  • African(ized) Bees: Their History and Future – A Different Point of View
  • • White Eyed Drones: Jeff Kearns Found One Hive Contained Something he had Not Encountered Before

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FEATURING
• In the Apiary – Empty Cells in the Brood Nest
• African(ized) Bees: Their History and Future – A Different Point of View
• Comparative Pollination Efficiencies of Five Bee Species on Raspberry Flowers Show Honey Bees Doing Just Fine
• White Eyed Drones: Jeff Kearns Found One Hive Contained Something he had Not Encountered Before
• Bee Drift and Mite Dispersal: Randy Oliver Explores the Question of Just How Much Drift Occurs.
• A Buzz About the Islands: Jaden Wood, a 12 Year old Beekeeper from Vanuatu shares his passion.
• How do Bees Collaborate to Stabilize Swarm Clusters:
Harvard University Explores When it’s a Good Idea to
Shake a Bee Swarm

This magazine is Posted FREE within Australia, Overseas postage based on weight – please contact: office@theABK.com.au or phone: +61 7 4580 1414 to arrange an order quotation.

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