May 2017

A Carpenter bee, one of the larger species of Australian native bees, on a Leptospermum flower Photo courtesy of Tanya Chilcott

A Carpenter bee, one of the larger species of Australian native bees, on a Leptospermum flower

Photo courtesy of Tanya Chilcott

  • Alert hobbyist beekeepers doing the right thing
  • Editorial Notes….
  • Copy Deadlines
  • Postage Increases and Late Subscription Renewals
  • Addenda to A Review of the Global Distribution of Honey Bees
  • U.S. appeals court on Thursday cancels approval of Sulfoxaflor
  • Large African Hive Beetle Now High Priority Pest
  • 2017 State/National Conferences
  • Letters to the Editor
  • 3rd AUSTRALIAN BEE CONGRESS
  • Work Experience Wanted
  • In The Apiary
  • Poor Queen Viability due to Inbreeding?
  • Temperature and Humidity
  • The Decline of Pollinators
  • A World Without Bees
  • Book Review
  • Beekeeping with Children and Schools Groups
  • Community Effort to Save Native bees
    • Understanding Colony Buildup and Decline Part 13d
  • The Impact of Parasites and CO2
  • Major international award for Flow Hive
  • Book Review
  • The Dancing Bees
  • Breeding Queen Bees at Blue Hills Honey
  • RECENT RESEARCH – Here and Overseas
  • Tropilaelaps mite genome sequenced
  • Core set of genes helps bees to overcome disease
  • Hair Spacing Keeps Honey Bees Clean During Pollination
  • New Honey Bee Research Centre to Create a Buzz
  • BEEKEEPERS’ASSOCIATIONS