Additional Documents

1 PDF: Briefing points presented at public hearing, Hobart 21 February 2017 provided by Mr Phil Pyke Briefing points presented at public hearing, Hobart 21 February 2017 provided by Mr Phil Pyke
2 PDF: Journal article: E. Genersch, C. Yue, I. Fries and J.R. de Miranda ' Detection of Deformed wing virus, a honey bee viral pathogen, in bumblebees (Bombus terrestries and Bombus  pascuorum) with wing deformities', Journal of  Invertebrate Pathology, 91, (2006) provided by Mr Lindsay Bourke from Oz Honey, received 12 April 2017 Journal article: E. Genersch, C. Yue, I. Fries and J.R. de Miranda ' Detection of Deformed wing virus, a honey bee viral pathogen, in bumblebees (Bombus terrestries and Bombus pascuorum) with wing deformities', Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 91, (2006) provided by Mr Lindsay Bourke from Oz Honey, received 12 April 2017
3 PDF: Media  Article: R Morelle ' Bumblebees infected with honeybee diseases', BBC World Service, 19 February 2014, provided by Mr Lindsay Bourke from Oz Honey, received 12 April 2017 Media Article: R Morelle ' Bumblebees infected with honeybee diseases', BBC World Service, 19 February 2014, provided by Mr Lindsay Bourke from Oz Honey, received 12 April 2017

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About this inquiry

An inquiry into the risks and opportunities associated with the use of the bumblebee population in Tasmania for commercial pollination purposes



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29 Mar 2017: CANBERRA
21 Feb 2017: HOBART

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