The plan also places renewed emphasis on increasing the resilience and preparedness for exotic threats, such as the small hive beetle.
What does SHB stand for?
SHB stands for Small Hive Beetle (insect)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The more recent, particularly harmful, agents include the tracheal and Varroa mites, the secondary serious damage they cause as vectors of viral diseases, and the devastating small hive beetle scavenger.
Fifteen days after application, the infected-host treatments caused up to 78-percent control of small hive beetle in the lab, 91-percent control of root weevil in the lab, and 75-percent control of root weevil in the greenhouse.
Small Hive Beetles (SHB) A relatively newly introduced pest from South Africa, these are like wax moths on steroids.
Small hive beetle was found to be locally established in LaPorte County.
There is also the looming threat of the small hive beetle spreading from Europe or the USA.
Ohio's Governor Bob Taft issued an executive order in 1999 to control another bee parasite, the Small Hive beetle.
Fortunately, that is rectified in the Introduction that provides an excellent historical background on how challenges to honey bee health have shifted over the years, especially in the face of introduction of various exotic organisms in the last few decades, including the Varroa bee mite, Varroa destructor; a variant of a common fungus Nosema ceranae; and most recently, arrival from Africa of the small hive beetle, Aethina tumida.