There are still Bee Trees in Europe

Adam Tofilski , Andrzej Oleksa

Abstract

In Europe honey bees are considered as domesticated animals. Beekeepers provide them with hives, feed them, protect against parasites and manage them extensively. However, the number of colonies in central and northern Europe is declining, Feral colonies of honey bees once present in Europe have also seen a sharp decline in recent years.
Author Adam Tofilski (FoBaH / DoPaA)
Adam Tofilski,,
- Department of Pomology and Apiculture
, Andrzej Oleksa
Andrzej Oleksa,,
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Journal seriesBee World, ISSN 0005-772X, (0 pkt)
Issue year2013
Vol90
No1
Pages18-19
Publication size in sheets0.3
URL http://www.ibra.org.uk/articles/There-are-still-Bee-Trees-in-Europe
Internal identifierWBIO/2013/85
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)0
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