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Losses of bee colonies

Gray, Alison and Peterson, Magnus (2009) Losses of bee colonies. The Scottish Beekeeper, 86 (10). pp. 267-270.

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    Abstract

    Following the survey of SBA members in 2006, a second survey was carried out in the late spring of 2008 as was reported in this journal last November and December. This brief report on losses of colonies experienced by the respondents to that survey is the first of what is hoped will be a series of several articles covering particular topics of interest to members revealed by that survey. A full report of the whole findings of the survey will ultimately become available, probably through the SBA's web page, but it will clearly be too long a document for 'The Scottish Beekeeper'.