January 2012

Vol.113, No7

Apiary of log hives in Haiti - see article 'Haitian Beekeeping' inside this issue Photo courtesy Bo Sterk

Apiary of log hives in Haiti - see article 'Haitian Beekeeping' inside this issue
Photo courtesy Bo Sterk

  • Price Received
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • www.theabk.com.au
    • National Trust Heritage Exhibition April 2012 to Celebrate Work of WS Pender
    • Some things to think about
    • All Quiet on the Western Front
    • Communal living of the insect kind
    • Healing Honey
    • Severe Stress in the Northern Jarrah Forest, WA
    • Change of Address for Disease Diagnosis Samples
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
    • Promotion of Honey
  • Honeybee and Pollination Security CRC Bid Update
  • IN THE APIARY
    • Tocal Beekeeping Field Day Saturday 29th October 2011
  • Haitian Beekeeping
  • Seven Beginner Mistakes
  • Effects of Nosema on Honey Bee Behaviour and Physiology
  • Pollinators Make Critical Contribution to Healthy Human Diets
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Neonics and Western Chinch Bugs
    • Protecting pollination through hi-tech improvements to port surveillance
    • Killing Them with Kindness? In-Hive Medications May Inhibit Xenobiotic Efflux Transporters and Endanger Honey Bees
  • Honeybee Nutrition – Trace Elements
  • Final Moments of Bee Landing Tactics Revealed
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 313 Honey Sources
    • Part 313(a) Honey Sources - Ground Flora
    • Part 313(b) Honey Sources - Perennial Flora
    • Part 313(c) Honey Sources - Native species
    • Part 314 Other “Honeys”
    • Part 314(a) Artificial “Honeys”
    • Part 314(b) Honeydew
    • Part 315 Special Types of Honey
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS