Apis mellifera: Mapping Untreated Colonies In Apiaries

This campaign collects data specifically related to untreated Western honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies located in apiaries. By "untreated" we mean a colony that has not received any chemical treatment by a beekeeper (e.g., to control for Varroa destructor). By "apiary" we mean a single site where a colony, or group of colonies, is located by a beekeeper.

To participate, please provide as much information as you can within this section, following these simple steps:

- Identify the position of the apiary within the map

- Upload photos of the colonies/apiary

- Answer the questions in "1. Untreated colony in apiary"

- Click the "+ Untreated Colony/Colonies in Apiaries" button to create a new entry for any additional untreated apiaries you wish to register

- Answer the questions in "Bee season" 

- When finished, click the "Submit" button at the bottom of the page

Notes: GPS locations of apiaries will purposely be obfuscated on the public map to conceal their exact whereabouts. There will be a delay posting your entries to the map while our team reviews and validates your data.

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