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The hairs on the top and bottom of the mite’s body enable it to cling to the honey bee.

The parasite feeds on the hemolymph of both adult bees and their brood.

Female Varroa mite top right and male bottom left, below.

Varroa mite development stages

Varroa population development

Honey Bee Viruses (PDF)

The hairs on the top and bottom of the mite’s body enable it to cling to the honey bee.

The parasite feeds on the hemolymph of both adult bees and their brood.

Female Varroa mite top right and male bottom left, below.

Varroa mite development stages

Varroa population development

Honey Bee Viruses (PDF)