2021 journal article
Honey bee queen health is unaffected by contact exposure to pesticides commonly found in beeswax
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By: A. McAfee, J. Milone, B. Metz, E. McDermott, L. Foster & D. Tarpy
Survey-derived best management practices for backyard beekeepers improve colony health and reduce mortality
PLOS ONE, 16(1).
By: K. Kulhanek, N. Steinhauer, J. Wilkes, M. Wilson, M. Spivak, R. Sagili, D. Tarpy, E. McDermott ...and 3 other authors, A. Garavito, K. Rennich & D. VanEngelsdorp
2019 journal article
Is the Brood Pattern within a Honey Bee Colony a Reliable Indicator of Queen Quality?
By: K. Lee, M. Goblirsch, E. McDermott, D. Tarpy & M. Spivak
2017 journal article
Landscape and pesticide effects on honey bees: Forager survival and expression of acetylcholinesterase and brain oxidative genes
Apidologie, 48(4), 556–571.
By: M. Alburaki, S. Steckel, D. Chen, E. McDermott, M. Weiss, J. Skinner, H. Kelly, G. Lorenz ...and 4 other authors, including 1 NC State author, D. Tarpy, W. Meikle, J. Adamczyk & S. Stewart
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