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EFB in Bath?

We have heard that there may be EFB in Bath. It’s a good opportunity to be reminded that when inspecting our colonies we should not only be looking for expansion, laying pattern, swarming signs etc but looking out for signs of bee disease too. The BBKA website has lots of information on signs and symptoms

EFB is highly infectious and notifiable, but not common. It affects larvae in their cells so they look distorted in the cell and creamy rather than white.

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