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Lifespan of the parasitic honeybee mite tropilaelaps clareae on apis cerana apis dorsata and apis mellifera


Lifespan of the parasitic honeybee mite tropilaelaps clareae on apis cerana apis dorsata and apis mellifera



Journal of Apicultural Research 27(4): 207-212



ISSN/ISBN: 0021-8839

T. clareae survived in cages with adult bees of A. mellifera up to 25 h and with A. cerana up to 27 h. On A. dorsata, the maximum life span was 57 h. In an empty glass vial, the mites lived for 30 h. In similar vials with a pupa of A. mellifera they survived for more than 5 days. Dead T. clareae collected from the A. dorsata experiments showed injuries which were apparently caused by the biting of A. dorsata bees.

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