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Tropilaelaps clareae found on Apis mellifera in Africa

Tropilaelaps clareae found on Apis mellifera in Africa

Bee World 74(2): 101-102

T. clareae was found on A. m. scutellata in Nairobi, Kenya, in December 1991. The mites were found on newly emerged adults with deformed wings and legs during laboratory examinations of honey bees and hive debris for pests and parasites.

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