Lesson 6.3 Varroa Mites

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Spread of Varroa Mites It should be assumed that all honey bee colonies in North America contain varroa mites. Although varroa mites generally live and reproduce within a single honey bee colony, there are some ways that the mites can move from colony to colony: Varroa mites can ride on foraging bees and be transferred […]

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