10 years of coordinated study of honey bee colony loss rates – presentation of a COLOSS core project

Robert Brodschneider, Alison Gray, COLOSS Monitoring Group

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Abstract

The COLOSS history of collecting and analyzing data on honey bee colony losses extends back to 2009, when a coordinated approach involving twelve European countries was undertaken to better understand colony losses. This group developed a standardized questionnaire to ask beekeepers about their hive management and overwintering success.

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ConferenceEurBee 8, 8th Congress of Apidology
CountryBelgium
CityGhent
Period18/09/1820/09/18
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  • colony loss
  • honey bee colony loses
  • honey bee colony

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COLOSS Monitoring Group (Accepted/In press). 10 years of coordinated study of honey bee colony loss rates – presentation of a COLOSS core project. Abstract from EurBee 8, 8th Congress of Apidology, Ghent, Belgium.
COLOSS Monitoring Group. / 10 years of coordinated study of honey bee colony loss rates – presentation of a COLOSS core project. Abstract from EurBee 8, 8th Congress of Apidology, Ghent, Belgium.1 p.
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10 years of coordinated study of honey bee colony loss rates – presentation of a COLOSS core project. / COLOSS Monitoring Group.

2018. Abstract from EurBee 8, 8th Congress of Apidology, Ghent, Belgium.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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COLOSS Monitoring Group. 10 years of coordinated study of honey bee colony loss rates – presentation of a COLOSS core project. 2018. Abstract from EurBee 8, 8th Congress of Apidology, Ghent, Belgium.