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There are calls for coordinated practice to manage honeybee health, but differing recommendations are promoted by beekeepers and in published literature.
These guidelines aim to provide useful information and suggestions for a sustainable management of bees around the world, which can then be applied to project development and implementation.
Do you ever wonder what happens to your favorite pollinators, like butterflies and bees, during winter? Once the temperature turns cold and the snow begins to fly, where do pollinating insects go?
Honeybee Apis mellifera swarms form large congested tree-hanging clusters made solely of bees attached to each other1.
Multispecies host-parasite evolution is common, but how parasites evolve after speciating remains poorly understood.
Shared evolutionary history and physiology may propel species along similar evolutionary trajectories whereas pursuing different strategies can reduce competition.
The origin of the western honey bee Apis mellifera has been intensely debated. Addressing this knowledge gap is essential for understanding the evolution and genetics of one of the world’s most important pollinators.