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The Native Irish Honey Bee Apis mellifera mellifera

By: Native Irish Honey Bee Society (NIHBS)(Author), Thomas D Seeley(Foreword By)
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The Native Irish Honey Bee
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  • The Native Irish Honey Bee ISBN: 9781527292017 Paperback Jan 2022 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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The Native Irish Honey Bee: Apis mellifera mellifera focuses exclusively on the native Irish honey bee, featuring narratives on its evolution, genetics, history and conservation, with practical “How-to” sections on bee improvement, plus real-life stories from commercial beekeepers. Its aims are to increase awareness of and appreciation for the precious resources imbued in the native black honey bee, to encourage beekeepers to choose native Irish honey bees and to discourage the buying and importation of non-native honey bees.

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By: Native Irish Honey Bee Society (NIHBS)(Author), Thomas D Seeley(Foreword By)
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