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Asian honey bees and the genetic paradox of invasive species
Southeast Asia is a hotspot of honey bee diversity, home to over a dozen honey bee species. In their native forests, they are essential pollinators of fruit and vegetable crops, and of the region’s famous Dipterocarp forests. But some Asian honey bee species have established invasive populations elsewhere, including in tropical Australia. Efforts to efficiently manage these invasive populations have revealed surprising insights into how biological invaders thrive and adapt in new environments. These insights can also help us conserve and protect these important bees in their native Asia.

Join Dr Ros Gloag to explore how invasive Asian honey bee populations in Australia can help improve fauna conservation efforts in Asia.

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May 20, 2021 05:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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