Resources by Richard Fell
|Sampling Methods for Varroa Mites on the Domesticated Honeybee||May 1, 2009||444-103|
|Nosema and Honey Bee Colony Health||
Members of the Nosema genus are microsporidians, which are now classified as a fungus. Nosema species (spp.) are obligate, intracellular parasites. This means that they require a host (in this case a honey bee) to complete their lifecycle. There are two species from the genus that infect our honey bees (Apis mellifera) – Nosema apis and Nosema ceranae. Nosema apis is a well studied species that has been known to infect honey bees for over 100 years. A thorough review is given by Fries . Nosema ceranae is a closely related species and was first found in Apis cerana, the Asian honey bee in 1996  and then in the European honey bee in 2006 [3-4].
|Mar 31, 2014||ENTO-66NP|