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Vanishing Honeybee Colonies Continue to Trouble Virginia
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, study, environment, investigation, beekeeper, bees, colonies, colony, disorder, genetic, honeybee, mites, miticide, parasite, populations, Virginia )

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- 3561 days ago - vtnews.vt.edu
Blacksburg, Va.- Research info from Virginia Cooperative Extension found that the Israel Acute Paralysis Virus, a pathogen that beekeepers may have imported from outside the U.S., plays a bigger role in [Colony Collapse Disorder] than originally thought.
   

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