Apiculture (Beekeeping) and Social Insects, by Content Type
- All About Bees
- Bug Tutorials - Authorized for pesticide applicator training CEUs in Arizona, Florida, Vermont and West Virginia. Excellent for training in many categories. Requires Windows operating system.
- ARS Insect Locations - includes stock centers
- Featured Creatures - A continuously growing Florida Web site providing detailed information on description, distribution, damage, and management (if necessary) of various Florida organisms (insects, spiders, mites, snails, nematodes, etc.) as well as scientific references, links to recommended pesticides and more. Over 350 publications with thousands of color photographs and line drawings.
Integrated Pest Management
- Featured Creatures - - A continuously growing Florida Web site providing detailed information on description, distribution, damage, and management (if necessary) of various Florida organisms (insects, spiders, mites, snails, nematodes, etc.) as well as scientific references, links to recommended pesticides and more. Over 350 publications with thousands of color photographs and line drawings.
- Small Hive Beetle - Aethina tumida, a new pest of honeybees established in the southeastern U.S.
- Varroa mites and how to catch them - treatment, drone method
Journals and Newsletters
- Honeybee - students identify honeybee responsibilities inside the hive, importance of the honeybee to humans, and discover how honeybees communicate. Pre-K to 4th grade
- BEE-L - for discussion of bee research and biology. Subjects include sociobiology, behavior, ecology, genetics, taxonomy, physiology, pollination, and many others
- BOMBUS-L - mailing list dedicated to discussion of bumblebees. To subscribe, send a message to LISTSERV@umdd.umd.edu with SUB BOMBUS-L in the body of your message. Maintained by David Inouye.
- Internet Apiculture and Beekeeping Archive - articles from the Usenet newsgroup sci.agriculture.beekeeping, the logs from the listserv bee-l, FAQ files, and pointers to other beekeeping and apicultural resources, on and off the Internet
- Bug Tutorials - - Authorized for pesticide applicator training CEUs in Arizona, Florida, Vermont and West Virginia. Excellent for training in many categories. Requires Windows operating system.
- SwisTrack - A Tracking Tool for Multi-unit Biological and Artificial Systems - SwisTrack is an open source tracking tool for tracking multiple, marker less objects. SwisTrack has been successfully used for tracking cockroaches and miniature robots, and can easily be extended due to its open, object-oriented architecture.
- Bee Alert - - using bees to assess environmental hazards. Online video cameras, electronic hive monitoring. Kids' section.
- Insects in Motion - Quicktime video clips of various insects showing feeding behavior and life stage development, including a bee stinging
- The Amazing Beecam - video feed from a beehive
- Beehoo - world beekeeping directory. More than 1,000 websites about beekeeping, bees, apitherapy, honey recipes, queen breeding
- Beekeeper's Reference - regional beekeeping groups, multimedia, books
- Beekeeping in Top-Bar Hives - an alternative method of beekeeping. Plans for hives, helpful photos
- Beekeeping: The Beekeeper's Home Page - the honey bee, and honey production, beginner tips, photos. Canadian and North American content
- E.H. Thorne (Beehives) Ltd. - Wragby, Lincoln, UK. Beekeeping events in the UK, courses for beginning beekeepers.
- Honey Bees and Pollination - bee information site for those in the Virginia / Mid-Atlantic region of the USA
- John's Beekeeping Notebook - observation beehives, cell-plug queen rearing, experiences of a Peace Corps beekeeper in Fiji, top-bar beekeeping
- Maine Beekeeping - articles, reports and tips on beekeeping, calendar of events, recommended reading
- Raising Bees - from the Small Farm Resource
- Raising Bees - from the Small Farm Resource
- SIWeb - Social Insects Web. systematics, phylogeny, distribution, images, literature and conservation of social insects. From Department of Entomology, American Museum of Natural History
- Solitary Bees: an Addition to Honey Bees - use of Osmia (orchard bees) for pollination. Includes a list of suppliers.
- The Bumblebee Pages - life cycle, frequently asked questions, behavior
- The Pollination Home Page - portal to pollination information and images
- Torre Bueno's Glossary for Social Insects - entomological glossary
- Woyke Honey Bee Page - describes genetic expression of body color in different species of honey bees. Warsaw Agricultural University, Poland.