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The Thinking Beekeepers Journal of Choice.
The final issue for 2011 is available to IBRA members. Within the pages of this issue, articles include:
Beekeeping in an agricultural landscape - Denmark - Asger Sogaard Jorgensen
Apimondia 2011 - Norman Carreck
Giant honeybees use wax specks to recognize old nest sites - Ratna Thapa and Siriwat Wongsiri
Bumblebees - What we should know about them - Khalil Hamdan
Winter nest observations in a nucleus hive - Barrie S Bloom
The success story of a very special beekeeper - D P Abrol and Uma Shankar
- A curious postage stamp - Ferdie du Preez
- IBRA Council - Who's who - David Smith
Plus the regular features:
- The Appliance of Science - What future for stingless bees?
- A View from Across the Pond - Whither science? Basic or applied?
- Plants for Bees
- Museum Musings
- IBRA News
Bee World 88 (4) available for members to download: Vol.88 (4)
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