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"No one can say for sure why AHBs suddenly started spreading again, but there are several factors that are likely to have played a part," explains ARS entomologist Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman, research leader at the Carl Hayden Bee Research Center (CHBRC) at Tucson, Arizona.
The CHBRC provided samples of AHBs to the project so that genetic differences could be fully mapped as the genomic library was developed.
A research project on this issue is under way at the CHBRC. Collaborators include ARS entomologist Diana Sammataro as well as Diana Cox-Foster and Nancy Ostiguy from the Pennsylvania State University Entomology Department.