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Bees: regional cooperation in the fight against the varroa mite

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The varroa mite, a parasite affecting bees, is present throughout the world, although a few areas still remain unaffected. The mites enter the hive and attach themselves to the bee’s abdomen in order to suck its blood. Apart from the damage they cause to hives, varroa mites are responsible for the transmission of new viruses and diseases on a local and global scale.

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