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    Default Apis cerana

    hi everyone
    does anyone know where i can find Apis cerana or Apis cerana japonica in the US ?? im thinking its not going to happen lol

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    Default Re: Apis cerana

    Those Bees are from the East. Those Bees you are talking about are the natural host of Varroa. The problems we have today. We sure don't need anymore here......

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    Default Re: Apis cerana

    Just learned today at WAS that they are also migratory bees that tend to leave after 6 months or so.

    Pugs

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    Default Re: Apis cerana

    Quote Originally Posted by Trepanier View Post
    hi everyone
    does anyone know where i can find Apis cerana or Apis cerana japonica in the US ?? im thinking its not going to happen lol
    If you mean for sale, I doubt that you will find them. If you mean naturally in the environment, not in the western hemisphere as far as I know.

    Are you hoping to acquire some? Why?
    Mark Berninghausen "That which works, persists."

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