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Title: Septicaemia disease of the honeybee in Victoria
Other Titles: La septicémie chez les abeilles mellifères de Victoria
Authors: Langridge, D.F.
Issue Date: 1963
Citation: Langridge D.F., 1963. Septicaemia disease of the honeybee in Victoria. Australian journal of experimental agriculture and animal husbandry, vol. 3, n°10, 225-227
Series/Report no.: Bures-B0468
Abstract: An outbreak of a septicaemic condition of bees occurred in East Gippsland, Victoria, during the autumn, winter, and spring of 1958. The condition appears to conform generally with cases of septicaemia recorded in Canada, United States, and France. A causative organism has been isolated from septicaemic bees in Victoria which appears to fall into the type of the Pseudomonas species of Landerkin and Katznelson (1959). This organism has been proved pathogenic to bees when inoculated by dipping or injection.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2174/367
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