EFSA Journal

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Honeybee colony health (HEALTHY-B)

Tools are provided to assess the health status of managed honeybee colonies by facilitating further harmonisation of data collection and reporting, design of field surveys across the European Union (EU) and analysis of data on bee health. The toolbox is b ...

Toxicity of pesticides and contaminants to three bee species

No abstract available. Keywords:  Ecotoxicology, Species sensitivity, Exposure time, DEBtox, toxicokinetic, toxicodynamics doi:  10.2903/sp.efsa.2016.EN-1076 Question Number:  EFSA-Q-2013-00424 Adopted:  29 February 2016 Contact:  scer@efsa.europa.eu On r ...

SHB spread, survival and establishment

The small hive beetle (SHB) is still present in Calabria one year after its first detection in September 2014. Detailed epidemiological studies would improve our knowledge of the survival, spread and establishment of the pest. Movement of an infested hive ...

Impact of science grant and procurement projects- Review report

EFSA commissioned this study to determine the impact of science grant and procurement projects, signed in 2009-2012, on delivery of EFSA’s tasks. The results of the review will be used by EFSA to draw conclusions with regard to grant and procurement proje ...

External Scientific Report
26 November 2014

Guidance on risk assessment on bees

The Guidance Document is intended to provide guidance for notifiers and authorities in the context of the review of plant protection products (PPPs) and their active substances under Regulation (EC) 1107/2009. The scientific opinion on the science behind ...

Risk of entry of Aethina tumida and Tropilaelaps

Small hive beetle (SHB) and Tropilaelaps are bee diseases considered exotic in the EU. SHBis a flying coleopteran that can be attracted to the odours of bees and bee products. In addition, SHB can survive and reproduce on a variety of ripe fruits. Tropila ...

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