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Fluvalinate Queentabs: efficacy against the varroa mite and impact on honey bee queen performance


, : Fluvalinate Queentabs: efficacy against the varroa mite and impact on honey bee queen performance. Canadian Honey Council Research Symposium Proceedings 1995: 28-29

Queentabs are fluvalinate-impregnated plastic strips that can be placed inside queen cages to kill mites (Varroa jacobsoni). A trial in which queens and worker attendants were confined in cages containing Queentabs for up to 7 days showed that up to 99% of any V. jacobsoni were killed, but there was high mortality of attendant workers. Significant queen mortality also occurred after 7 days.

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