Data from: Interaction between Varroa destructor and imidacloprid reduces flight capacity of honeybees

Blanken L, van Langevelde F, van Dooremalen C

Date Published: November 23, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4df64

 

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Title Flight performance 2015-11-13
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Description BeeNr: ID individual; Colony: ID colony; Molaire: 1 or 2M sugar concentration fed as fuel for flight; Varroa: treatment 0= low infestation (treated with acaricide), treatment 1= high infestation (NOT treated with acaricide); Imidacloprid: treatment 0= control 0 microgram per Liter, treatment 1= 6 microgram per Liter imidacloprid a.i. (in 660ml sugarwater 50% per week); FlightDate: date of the flight(s); Flightday: day since start, first flight date; Flightmill: ID flightmill; N: number of rounds continuous flight; Distancem: Distance in meters; Log_Distancem: log10 Distance in meters; Flighttimemin: Flight time in minutes; Log_Flighttimemin: log10 Flight time in minutes; Averagems: Average speed in meters per second; Maxms: Maximum speed in meters per second; Weightmg: Weight of the bee in milligram after the flight(s); Winglengthmm: Winglength of front wing from the joint to tip in millimeter; Survivalapril14: survival of the colony in April 2014 0=alive, 1=dead;
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Title Mites 2015-11-13
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Description Varroa: treatment 0= low infestation (treated with acaricide), treatment 1= high infestation (NOT treated with acaricide); Imidacloprid: treatment 0= control 0 microgram per Liter, treatment 1= 6 microgram per Liter imidacloprid a.i. (in 660ml sugarwater 50% per week); Colony: ID colony; Succes: 0=group that did not fly, 1=groep that did succesfully fly; numberofbees: Number of individuals that was tested; Mitesgrambees: Number of phoretic mites per gram bees in October 2013; LNmites: Natural log of (number of mites per gram bees + 0.01);
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Title Weights and Wings 2015-11-13
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Description BeeNr: ID individual; Colony: ID colony; Varroa: treatment 0= low infestation (treated with acaricide), treatment 1= high infestation (NOT treated with acaricide); Imidacloprid: treatment 0= control 0 microgram per Liter, treatment 1= 6 microgram per Liter imidacloprid a.i. (in 660ml sugarwater 50% per week); Flightmill: ID flightmill; Weightmg: Weight of the bee in milligram after the flight(s); Abdomenmg: Weight of the bee's abdomen in milligram after the flight(s); Thoraxmg: Weight of the bee's thorax in milligram after the flight(s); Winglengthmm: Winglength of front wing from basicosta to tip in millimeter;
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Title Successful flights 2015-11-13
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Description File contains the data for the Chi-square test on the comparison of the number of bees that successfully flew the first and second flight.
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Blanken L, van Langevelde F, van Dooremalen C (2015) Interaction between Varroa destructor and imidacloprid reduces flight capacity of honeybees. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282(1820): 20151738. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2015.1738

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Blanken L, van Langevelde F, van Dooremalen C (2015) Data from: Interaction between Varroa destructor and imidacloprid reduces flight capacity of honeybees. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4df64
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