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The tracheal mite of honey bees: a crisis in beekeeping



The tracheal mite of honey bees: a crisis in beekeeping



Africanized honey bees and bee mites: 493-497



Present knowledge concerning the distribution, life history, and pest status of Acarapis woodi, is summarized.

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