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Detection and characterization of Kodamaea ohmeri associated with small hive beetle Aethina tumida infesting honey bee hives
Journal of Apicultural Research
Honey bee colony infestation by the small hive beetle (SHB) is associated with fermentation of hive materials. Pollen, beetles, and robbing bees (ten of each) were collected from hives infested with SHB in both Florida and Kenya. Plating of homogenized bodies of beetles and bees and comb swabs resulted in smooth cream-colored yeast colonies that formed pseudomycelial cells as they aged. Fatty acid profiles of yeast isolates from Florida and Kenya most closely matched the profiles of Candidadoi:10.1080/00218839.2008.11101459 fatcat:khqebp7rtvfwlgucbgmxjnlkpi