Ascosferosis of bees

Ascosferosis (pericystomycosis, pericystosis, calcareous brood) is an infectious disease of bee colonies, causing the death of adult drone and bee larvae, their drying into white, like chalk, lumps. The causative agent is Ascosphaera apis (a

Enemies and diseases of bees

The well-being of a bee family can be endangered, because it easily excites the greed of various gourmets. The bee colonies would have disappeared long ago from the face of the Earth if they had

Pademic toxicosis of bees

Pademic toxicosis is an infectious disease that occurs as a result of intoxication of bees and larvae by a pad. Causes of the disease. Bees and their larvae perish under the influence of poisoning with

Carbohydrate dystrophy of bees

Carbohydrate dystrophy (starvation) – mass death of bees when exhausted from a lack of carbohydrate feed – honey. Causes of the disease. Starvation of bees at a feed insecurity can cause the death of bees

Cenotainiosis of bees

Cenotainiosis is an invasive disease that causes the death and weakening of bee colonies. The causative agent of the disease is the parasitic Fly Seno-tainia tricuspis. Female flies of cenotainia have a length of 6-8

Bees-prevention fungal diseases

Fungal diseases of bees (mycoses) are among the infectious diseases, the causative agents of which are pathogenic fungi. The most dangerous are ascosphere, aspergillosis and melanosis. In dysfunctional apiaries, families develop poorly, the number of

Fizocephalosis of bees

Fizotsefalez – an invasive disease of bee colonies, caused by larvae of the fly-roundhead – Phy-socephala vittata. The causative agent of the disease. The round-head fly is 11 mm long, has a large round head

Protein dystrophy of bees

Protein dystrophy is an infectious disease that occurs due to a lack of protein feed during the spring development of families. Causes of the disease. The disease occurs when there is a lack of benign

Treatment with oxalic acid

Reports on the use of oxalic acid vapors in varroatosis caused the response of beekeepers. They offer their devices and devices as evaporators. Many proposals deserve attention, and some are not without serious shortcomings. The

Septicemia blackening and death of bees

Septicemia – an infectious disease of bee colonies, which occurs under adverse conditions of detention, is accompanied by the death of adult bees. Pathogen – Bacterium apisepticus – polymorphic, gram-negative, small, mobile, spore-forming rod 0.8-2.0X0.7-0.8