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Effect of fenoxycarb on honey bee brood

Apicoltore Moderno 83(6): 209-218

Effect of fenoxycarb on honey bee brood

Combs containing sealed brood, in Apis mellifera colonies, were sprayed in September and in spring with Insegar solution (containing 50 mg fenoxycarb). About 1-2 weeks after treatment, workers started to remove deformed and damaged drone and worker pupae and prepupae. This behaviour continued for 2-3 months. The colonies were susceptible to European foul brood and sac brood.

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