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    Re: Just learning

    Welcome Dennis!
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    Re: New Beekeeper

    Welcome!
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    Re: new guy needs help

    Welcome HD!
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    Re: New Participant

    Welcome!
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    Re: Thanks for beeing here!

    Welcome Mary!
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    Re: first hive

    Welcome Amber!
  7. Re: Hello - New Beekeeper here from Bedford VA

    Welcome W3!
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    Re: Hello from Hartland, Michigan

    Welcome Agnes!
  9. Hidden Diversity in Honey Bee Gut Symbionts Detected by Single-Cell Genomics

    Hidden Diversity in Honey Bee Gut Symbionts Detected by Single-Cell Genomics

    Microbial communities in animal guts are composed of diverse, specialized bacterial species, but little is known about...
  10. Re: One year after Florida citrus growers and beekeepers joined in an innovative, vol

    One year after Florida citrus growers and beekeepers joined an innovative, voluntary partnership promoted by Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the University of Florida’s...
  11. High Springs FFA gets grant to teach about bees

    High Springs FFA gets grant to teach about bees

    Published: Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 4:22 p.m.
    Last Modified: Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 4:22 p.m.
    The High Springs chapter of the...
  12. Can We Disrupt the Sensing of Honey Bees by the Bee Parasite Varroa destructor?

    Can We Disrupt the Sensing of Honey Bees by the Bee Parasite Varroa destructor?
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    The ectoparasitic mite, Varroa destructor, is considered to be one of the most significant...
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    Re: New bee from Sandy, OR

    Welcome DLS!
  14. Florida law helps fights to save dwindling honeybees - Miami herald

    Florida law helps fights to save dwindling honeybees

    Marcie Davis with her bee hives in her backyard, Monday, Sept. 8, 2014. Marcie Davis heard the state had changed a law to allow backyard bee...
  15. Re: Beekeeping on Bonaire and saving the endangered Yellow-shouldered Amazon parrots

    They only had time to work.


    ABOVE: Caroline Efstathion, Dr. Bill Kern’s Ph.D. student, traveled to Bonaire with FDACS Apiary Inspector Rob Horsburgh to assist the Echo Parrot Project with...
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    Re: Hi from Michigan

    Welcome Debbie!
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    Re: Hello from Greece

    Welcome!
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    Re: Hello from Toronto

    Welcome!
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    Re: Hello everyone

    Welcome!
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    Re: Soleil introduction new member

    Welcome Jean-Marc!
  21. Beekeeping on Bonaire and saving the endangered Yellow-shouldered Amazon parrots

    In August, Apiary Inspector Rob Horsburgh, traveled to the island of Bonaire in the southern Caribbean with PhD student Caroline Efstathion, from the University of Florida. Their goal was to assist...
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    Re: 9 frames or 10 frames

    Welcome!
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    Re: hello from Raliegh NC

    Welcome!
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    Re: new here from Sk Canada

    Welcome Brent!
  25. Re: Hello from south Georgia!/ queen cells?

    Welcome!
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