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  1. While it can be the ultimate in STIs (sexually transmitted infections . . as is nosema apparently), I believe the queen usually gets infected when the levels in a hive get to the point where she is fed infected food. It would be interesting to follow a hive and test the eggs for DWV - I would imagine this would start or accelerate the actual collapse of the hive
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  2. Yes because she gets bonked by virus laden drones.
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  3. Good posts. Re wild bees, anyone know if some have started to come back yet? I guess there is a chance the strongest will survive/adapt to varroa and re populate?
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