Corpus ID: 8996451

VERTEBRATE PESTS OF BEEKEEPING

@inproceedings{OBrien1990VERTEBRATEPO,
  title={VERTEBRATE PESTS OF BEEKEEPING},
  author={J. O’Brien and R. Marsh},
  year={1990}
}
Author(s): O'Brien, John M.; Marsh, Rex E. | Abstract: Information concerning vertebrate pests of beekeeping was gathered from state and provincial apiary inspectors through a questionnaire. Forty-eight states and 9 provinces responded. Additional pest information has been assembled from published articles. Bears represent the major vertebrate pest based on severity of damage to colonies. Total estimated losses reported amounted to $623,000 annually. Loss estimates for the various pest species… Expand
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