December 2013

Vol.115,No6

A rare photo of what was thought to be a mating between Teddy Bear Bees. The Teddy Bear Bee is a solitary bee, a species of Australian native bee, Amegilla bombiformis, Photo courtesy Bruno Ehrensperger

A rare photo of what was thought to be a mating between Teddy Bear Bees. The Teddy Bear Bee is a solitary bee, a species of Australian native bee, Amegilla bombiformis, Photo courtesy Bruno Ehrensperger

  • Why do we need a Biosecurity Levy?
  • Editorial Notes….
    • Copy Deadlines
    • At What Speed Does a Honeybee Fly?
    • Dr Denis Anderson Leaves CSIRO
    • Latest Queen Bee Import Information
    • Correction
    • Another nail in the neonic coffin?
  • Letters to the Editor
    • Opportunity for Canadian Beekeeping Experience
    • Re: Crystallisation of Honey (The ABK, Oct, 2013)
    • Work Wanted
  • In The Apiary
  • SUGAR SUPPLEMENTATION TRIAL
  • Chalkbrood: New Results
  • As Summer Approaches
  • How to raise a queen bee by the Hopkins method
  • Bees Hard at Work
  • Honey Levy Reform and Increase
  • Movement of Bees in Daylight Without Nets – A Definite NO NO!
  • Pollens and Honey Bee Nutrition
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
    • Extreme meteorological events and global warming: a vicious cycle?
    • Immune Suppression by Neonicotinoid Insecticides at the Root of Global Wildlife Declines (including bees).
  • Biosecurity Tasmania – New Guidelines
  • Bees, Apiary Products and Used Apiary Equipment
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS