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    Quote Originally Posted by masterbk View Post
    can anyone tell me if there are any Braula coeca What about Ireland?
    At the Irish Honey show last year at least one exhibit had Braula tracks

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    Glencolumbkille is the only varroa free area left in Ireland as far as I know.

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    Had to look up where that was ! probably the Atlantic gales blow the bees (and mites) out of the hives

    Got first prime swarm of yellow's in my bait hive - haven't a clue where they came from

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