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Experiments on infection and prevention of chalk brood in honeybees



Experiments on infection and prevention of chalk brood in honeybees



Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association 37(1): 20-24



Healthy honeybee colonies were inoculated with Ascosphaera apis. Many larvae became mummified and chalky-white 3-5 days after inoculation. Larvae 4 days old were the most sensitive.

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