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Author Topic: Post Bee Attack Advice for the Public Needed  (Read 1950 times)
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« Reply #20 on: May 05, 2009, 08:00:07 PM »

i agree with what everyone is saying...that "you want to know if there is ahb in your area".

1.  this is texas...as someone else posted, there are ahb in texas.  it's something that beekeepers and public safety workers are preapared to deal with.

2.  if the tests come back european, and we determine that this was a highly aggressive ehb colony, do any of the concerns still not apply?  beekeepers and public safety workers need to be careful, there may be drones in the area that carry aggressive traits, etc.

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