January 2013

Vol.114,No7

Measuring an example of the iconic Australian honey tree, a large Yellow box (E. melliodora), for the National Register of Big Trees (see Inside article) Photo courtesy Derek McIntosh

Measuring an example of the iconic Australian honey tree, a large Yellow box (E. melliodora), for the National Register of Big Trees (see Inside article)
Photo courtesy Derek McIntosh

  • The Year in Review and Looking Forward
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Bees and Wasps
    • Ron Hoskins’ Work with Varroa-resistant bees
    • Another Apis cerana incursion prevented
    • Capilano seek Merger with Wescobee
    • Antibiotics Might Contribute to Bee Die-Off
    • The Wheel Turns – sort of!
  • Letters To The Editor
    • Misleading Labels
    • Mature Worker Seeking Traineeship in Beekeeping
    • Work Wanted
    • Work Wanted
  • Some Ideas For Working With Hives With Various Queen Conditions
  • Another perspective on "What is wrong with our bees?"
  • In The Apiary
    • Some Aspects of Varroa Mite Reproduction
  • Beetubes
  • Honeybee R&D News October 2012
  • AUSTRALIAN TREE CHAMPIONS
  • Letting Off Steam
  • A Breakthrough in Greenhouse Pollination?
  • Varroa Poster
  • Thinking About Keeping Bees?
    • Costs, Time and Intangibles
  • The Biology of Mating
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • The Honeybee ‘Bite’
  • BEGINNING IN BEES
    • Part 323.2 Pollen (Processing)
    • Part 323.2 Pollen (Moulds)
    • Part 323.3 Pollen (Human Consumption)
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS