I always enjoy the Apis UK. See the latest from David Cramp, et.al.
Contents: Editorial; Beekeeping news: The Petition; Research News: New Research Focuses on Anti Varroa Fungi, Bumble Bee Decisions, Insect Pollination Worldwide Estimated At € 153 billion (U.S. $217 Billion) in 2005, Feeling a bit off colour? , More Research on Fungus V Varroa from the USA, Honey as a treatment for chronic rhinosinusitis And honey for burns, Bees Can Mediate Escape of Genetically Engineered Material Over Several Kilometers, Food and Pheromones, Honey bees can learn to count – up to four!, Another Bee Disease Mystery, The Guidance of ‘Streaker Bees’, Social Behaviour in Some Bees Encouraged by Parasites, How Plants Control their Pollinators; Recipes of the Month: Honey & Gorgonzola Mushrooms, Peanut Butter & Honey Biscuits; Historical Note: On the Breeding of Bees, and of the Drone; Poem of the Month: The Arrival of the Bee Box By Sylvia Plath (1932 - 1963); Readers Letters: Sue McBean; Dates for your Diary; Quote of the Month and more.
Worried about introduction of honey bees by hook or by crook. What about roaches?
I am off tomorrow to the Mugla Beekeeping and Pine Honey Congress. I hope to be able to blog about this experience.