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Parasitism by the brood mite, Euvarroa sinhai delfinado and baker (Acari: Varroidae) on the dwarf honey bee, Apis florea F. (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Thailand

Chutikarn Kitprasert

Parasitism by the brood mite, Euvarroa sinhai delfinado and baker (Acari: Varroidae) on the dwarf honey bee, Apis florea F. (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Thailand

by Chutikarn Kitprasert

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Host-parasite relationships.,
  • Honeybee -- Parasites -- Thailand.,
  • Mites -- Thailand.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Chutikarn Kitprasert.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 leaves, bound. ;
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15389999M

    蜜蜂外寄生螨的主要种类和恩氏瓦螨(Varroa underwoodi)在 the parasitic mite, Varroa jacobsoni Oud. on overwintering honeybee 中国的首次发现. 中国养蜂, , 55(1): (Apis mellifera L.) workers and changes in the level of parasitism.


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Parasitism by the brood mite, Euvarroa sinhai delfinado and baker (Acari: Varroidae) on the dwarf honey bee, Apis florea F. (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Thailand by Chutikarn Kitprasert Download PDF EPUB FB2

We observed that the distribution of the parasitic brood mite Tropilaelaps clareae Delfinado and Baker on the giant honeybee, Apis dorsata F., in northern Thailand, is aggregated and fits a.

Brood thermoregulation by the giant honey bee (Apis dorsata F.). Bulletin of the Natural History Society SIAM.

Bulletin of the Natural History Society SIAM. Burgett, D. Oregon pollination survey. Book Feb Geographical distribution, levels of infestation and population density of the mite Euvarroa sinhai Delfinado and Baker (Acarina: Mesostigmata) in Apis florea F colonies in Iran.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Africanized bees, and mites parasitic on bees, in relation to world beekeeping / Eva Crane --Evolutionary aspects of the Africanization of honey-bee populations in the Americas / Thomas E.

Euvarroa sinhai delfinado and baker book Rinderer --Ecology and economic. Mossadegh MS () Development of Euvarroa sinhai (Acari: Mesostigmata), a parasitic mite of Apis florea, on A. mellifera worker brood.

Exp Appl Acarol –78 Google Scholar Mossadegh MS, Birjandi AK () Euvarroa sinhai Delfinado and Baker (Acarina: Mesostigmata): a parasitic mite on Apis florea in by: 9.

The dwarf honey bee (or red dwarf honey bee), Apis florea, is one of two species of small, wild honey bees of southern and southeastern Asia. It has a much wider distribution than its sister species, Apis identified in the late 18th century, Apis florea is unique for its morphology, foraging behavior and defensive mechanisms like making a piping : Insecta.

Full text of "Honeybee mites and their control: a selected annotated bibliography" See other formats. Delfinado and Baker () studying mites on honey bees consid- ered M. reidi as a synonym of V, jacobsoni and proposed the family Varroidae to accommodate two genera: Varroa (V.

jacobsoni Oudemans) and Euvarroa {E. sinhai Delfinado and Baker); both genera are parasites of domestic and wild honey 25 Gayana Zool.

57 (1), bees. Aggarwal K, Kapil RP (a) Observations on the effect of queen cell construction on Euvarroa sinhai infestation in drone brood of Apis florea. In: Needham GR, Page RE, Delfinado-Baker M, Bowman CE (eds) Africanized honey bees and bee by: 2.

Observations on the effect of queen cell construction on Euvarroa sinhai infestation in drone brood of Apis In: Needham, G.R. (ed.), Africanized honey bees and bee mites. Horwood, Chichester, West Sussex, England. Agosti, D., D. Jacobs & R.

Desalle, On combining protein sequences and nucleic acid sequences in. Chutikarn Kitprasert. Parasitism by the brood mite, Euvarroa sinhai Delfinado and Baker (Acari: Varroidae) on the dwarf honey bee, Apis flovea F.

(Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Thailand. Oregon: Oregon State University, 96 p. (T E) Sureerat Deowanish. Diversity in apis cerana analyzed by rflp and pcr-rflp of mitochondrial DNA.

[S.l.]. Baker, Edward William, An introduction to acarology - Book: ; Baker, Edward William, The family categories of Tetranychoid mites, with a review of the new families Linotetranidae and Tuckerellidae - Annals of the Entomological Society of America Associations of Mesostigmata with Other Arthropods Associations of Mesostigmata with Other Arthropods Hunter, P E; Rosario, R M T Mite associations with arthropods for dispersal or for parasitism evolved in all three suborders of the Acariformes (Acaridida, Oribatida, and Actinedida), but in only the Mesostigmata of the four suborders of the.

The Old English word mite, meaning very small, may well ~ave been derived from the widow's mite, an early Flemish coin of very small value (Walter and Proctor ). Rediscovery of the term Akari, or Acari, appears to have occurred aboutbui it was not until the early twentieth century that the term acarology began to appear regularly in 5/5(20).

Luminescence. Thitinai Gaewdang. Cristallochimie et luminescence de quelques oxydes et fluorures de l'indium. France: L'Universite Bordeaux I, p. Transcription. Revision - 00 เล่มที่ 37/ like the meliponines, rears workers and drones in brood cells of similar size (an early form of “out-group” comparison).

In his tree diagram (Fig. ), von ButtelReepen indicated the “primitive” status of A. dorsata by the length of the lines (distance to top); so the most advanced stage (top) is reached by the cavity-dwelling species.

bg - วิทยาลัยการอาชีพนครศรีธรรมราช. Free essays, homework help, flashcards, research papers, book reports, term papers, history, science, politics. Bee World The honey-bee tracheal mite - fact and fiction.

American Bee Journal Akratanakul, P., and M. Burgett. Euvarroa sinhai Delfinado and Baker (Acarina: Mesostigmata), a parasitic mite of Apis florea. Journal of /5(3). Delfinado-Baker M., Knox D. () Infestations of Apis cerana indica colonies by Acarapis woodi and Varroa jacobsoni, Am.

Bee J.Keywords: cerana / pests / Myanmar (Burma) / Pakistan. Delfinado-Baker M., Baker E.W. () A new species of Neocypholaelaps (Acari: Meropidae) from brood combs of the Indian honey bee, Apidolo Cited by: 3.Reproductive rates were for mites in worker cells and for those in drone cells.

The percentage of infested brood with adult mite daughters was % and 55%, respectively, and the rate for females reaching adulthood from each original female mite was for worker brood and for drone brood.

Accession date: 10 September This paper forms part of the Ph.D. thesis being submitted by G.D. at the University of Neuchâtel. References Akimov IA, Yastrebtsov AV, Gorgol VT () Functional and morphological specialization of Varroa jacobsoni for parasitism.

In: Needham GR, Page RE Jr. Delfinado-Baker M, Bowman CE (eds) Africanized honey bees and bee mites.