Volume 49 Issue 1, 2010

publication date: Dec 21, 2009
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Guest Editorial

 

 

 

 

Honey bee colony lossesPeter Neumann and Norman L Carreck

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

A survey of honey bee colony losses in the United States, fall 2008 to spring 2009
 

Dennis vanEngelsdorp, Jerry Hayes Jr, Robyn M Underwood, Jeffery S Pettis

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Declines of managed honey bees and beekeepers in Europe

Simon G Potts, Stuart P M Roberts, Robin Dean, Gay Marris, Mike A Brown, Richard Jones, Peter Neumann, Josef Settele

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Winner of the Eva Crane Memorial Award

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Surveys as a tool to record winter losses of honey bee colonies: a two year case study in Austria and South Tyrol

Robert Brodschneider, Rudolf Moosbeckhofer, Karl Crailsheim

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The role of infectious agents and parasites in the health of honey bee colonies in France

Marie-Pierre Chauzat, Patrice Carpentier, François Madec, Stéphanie Bougeard, Nicolas Cougoule, Patrick Drajnudel, Marie-Claude Clément, Michel Aubert, Jean- Paul Faucon

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A case control study and a survey on mortalities of honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera) in France during the winter of 2005-6

 Marie-Pierre Chauzat, Anne-Claire Martel, Sarah Zeggane, Patrick Drajnudel, Frank Schurr, Marie-Claude Clément, Magali Ribière-Chabert, Michel Aubert, Jean-Paul Faucon

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Influence of brood rearing temperature on honey bee development and susceptibility to poisoning by pesticides
 

Piotr Medrzycki, Fabio Sgolastra, Laura Bortolotti, Gherardo Bogo, Simone Tosi, Erica Padovani, Claudio Porrini, Anna Gloria Sabatini

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Virus infections and winter losses of honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera)
 

Hélène Berthoud, Anton Imdorf, Monika Haueter, Sarah Radloff, Peter Neumann

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The epidemiology of cloudy wing virus infections in honey bee colonies in the UK.
 

Norman L Carreck, Brenda V Ball, Stephen J Martin

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Prevalence and persistence of deformed wing virus (DWV) in untreated or acaricide-treated Varroa destructor infested honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies.
Stephen J Martin, Brenda V Ball, Norman L Carreck

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Reviews 

 

Does infection by Nosema ceranae cause "Colony Collapse Disorder" in honey bees (Apis mellifera)?

 Robert J Paxton

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Conserving diversity and vitality for honey bee breedingMarina D Meixner, Cecilia Costa, Per Kryger, Fani Hatjina, Maria Bouga, Evgeniya Ivanova, Ralph Büchler
 

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Notes & Comments

    

Honey bee colony collapse and changes in viral prevalence associated with Varroa destructor
   

Norman L Carreck, Brenda V Ball, Stephen J Martin

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Organic acids: Acute toxicity on Apis mellifera and recovery in the haemolymph
Marika Harz, Frank Müller, Eva Rademacher

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COLOSS Working Group 1: monitoring and diagnosis
 
Bach Kim Nguyen, RoméeVan der Zee, Flemming Vejsnæs, Selwyn Wilkins, Yves Le Conte, Wolfgang Ritter

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Detection of Nosema ceranae in Apis mellifera from Bosnia and Herzegovina
 
Violeta Santrac, Anna Granato, Franco Mutinelli

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Regional differences in honey bee winter losses in Bulgaria during the period 2006-9
  
 E N Ivanova, P P Petrov

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Honey bee colony losses in Canada
 
 Robert W Currie, Stephen F Pernal, Ernesto Guzmán-Novoa

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Monitoring health status of Croatian honey bee colonies and possible reasons for winter losses
  
Ivana Tlak Gajger, Zlatko Tomljanović, Zdravko Petrinec

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Factors involved in the recent increase in colony losses in Denmark
    
Flemming Vejsnæs, Steen Lykke Nielsen, Per Kryger

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Honey bee winter loss survey for England, 2007-8
 
David Aston 

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A case report of a honey bee colony poisoning incident in FranceMarie-Pierre Chauzat, Anne-Claire Martel, Philippe Blanchard, Marie-Claude Clément, Frank Schurr, Cosette Lair, Magali Ribière, Klaus Wallner, Peter Rosenkranz, Jean-Paul Faucon
 

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Data on honey bee losses in Greece: a preliminary noteFani Hatjina, Maria Bouga, Aikaterini Karatasou, Aglaya Kontothanasi, Leonidas Charistos, Christina Emmanouil, Nikolaos Emmanouil, Anastasios-Damianos Maistros
 

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Honey bee colony losses in ItalyFranco Mutinelli, Cecilia Costa, Marco Lodesani, Alessandra Baggio, Piotr Medrzycki, Giovanni Formato, Claudio Porrini
 

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Colony losses in the Netherlands
 
 Romée van der Zee

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The role of Varroa destructor for honey bee colony losses in Norway
 
 Bjørn Dahle

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Winter colony losses in PolandGrażyna Topolska Anna Gajda, Krystyna Pohorecka, Andrzej Bober, Sylwia Kasprzak, Marta Skubida, Piotr Semkiw
 

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An update on recent colony losses in Scotland from a sample survey covering 2006-2008
 
Alison Gray, Magnus Peterson, Alan Teale

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Surveys to estimate winter losses in Switzerland
  
Jean-Daniel Charrière, Peter Neumann

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Colony losses, managed colony population decline, and Colony Collapse Disorder in the United States
 
James D Ellis, Jay D Evans, Jeff Pettis

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The status of European non-Apis bees
 
Stuart P M Roberts, Simon G Potts

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 IBRA News
 
 

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