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Africanized bees in Oberursel

, : Africanized bees in Oberursel. Allgemeine Deutsche Imkerzeitung 23(3): 91

Six colonies of Apis mellifera scutellata and 5 with hybrid queens (African crossed with A. m. carnica) were brought to the Institut fur Bienenkunde in Oberursel, German Federal Republic, in 1988 or earlier. The purpose was to test their overwintering ability in a temperate climate. Resistance to Varroa jacobsoni was also to be investigated.

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