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Types of honey bees

Here are a few links for the various types of honey bees.
Good to know

Italian honey bees

Carniolan honey bees

I am considering requeening one of the hives later this summer with a Russian queen that is adapted to the PNW:
PNW adapted Russian honey bees

Comparison chart

More on different species

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