Honeybees that groom better may repel deadly mites better, says researcher

Their research was published in the May edition of the journal Behaviour Genetics. “The varroa mites feed on the blood of honey bees and they reproduce on their larvae and pupae. And they feed on the bee blood in both larvae and adult bees. They pierce the …
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