regular dorsal dimples and damaged mites of varroa destructor in some iranian honey bees (apis mellifera).the frequency of damaged varroa destructor anderson and trueman (mesostigmata: varroidae) found on the bottom board of hives of the honey bee, apis mellifera l. (hymenoptera: apidae) has been used as an indicator of the degree of tolerance or resistance of honey bee colonies against mites. however, it is not clear that this measure is adequate. these injuries should be separated from regular dorsal dimples that have a developmental origin. to investigate damage to varroa mites and regular dorsal ...201121431926
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