Exotic Pest Reporting
Scott Bauer, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bugwood.org
Varroa mite (Varroa destructor) is a mite of bees. It is a native of Asia and was first detected in Florida in the 1980's.
This parasite is passed by contact from colony to colony and affects both adults and young.
05/16/2019 - Special Report| The Buzz About Bees
05/07/2019 - Extended varroa surveillance comes to end
05/07/2019 - Refrigeration used to fight bee colony collapse
11/16/2018 - Can listening to bees help save them - and us?
04/03/2018 - A new app listens to the problems of bees
09/29/2017 - Vineyard pest: Grapevine pinot gris virus alert
08/09/2017 - Beekeepers unite in Selwyn
08/07/2017 - Finally, a little good news for American honeybees
08/07/2017 - Significant findings about health of bees
08/09/2016 - Protecting Honey Bees From Pesticides
06/03/2015 - V. destructor mite mimics two types of bee
07/02/2014 - Bloodsucking Mite Threatens UK Honeybees
06/04/2014 - USDA Considers Ways to Stabilize Hives
04/17/2014 - Minimizing Honey Bee Exposure to Pesticides
03/28/2014 - Wild Bee Hives Hit by Killer Parasite
02/14/2014 - Queen Honeybees with VSH Trait Aid in Varroa Control