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Underwood RMLópez-Uribe MM. (2019). Methods to Control Varroa Mites: An Integrated Pest Management Approach. Pennsylvania State Extension [link]


Evans K, Hinshaw CLópez-Uribe MM. (2018). Tracking the health of Feral Bees in PA, 2018. Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association NewsletterOctober [link]

Evans KLópez-Uribe MM. (2018). Why are the Varroa Mites the Deadliest Pest of Our Honey Bees? Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association NewsletterJune [link]

López-Uribe MM, Amon N, Watrous K, Fleischer S. (2018). Who Pollinates Pennsylvania Blueberry Plants? Penn State Extension Fruit Times, May [link]

López-Uribe MM. (2018). Spring Bees: Who Are They and Where Do They Live? Penn State Extension, March [link]

Evans K, López-Uribe MM. (2018). Tracking Feral Bee Health in Pennsylvania, preliminary results 2017. Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association Newsletter, March [link]

Stivers L, López-Uribe MM. (2018). Protecting Pollinators: What Role Can the Greenhouse Industry Play? eGRO alert, 7(7) March  [link]


López-Uribe MM. (2017). Tracking the health of feral honey bees in Pennsylvania. Penn State Extension Fruit TimesOctober  [link]

López-Uribe MM (2017). Why are Bees the Best Pollinators? Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association Newsletter, October [link]

López-Uribe MM (2017). Oxalic Acid: Why, When, and How? Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association Newsletter, July [link]

Evans KC, Ostiguy N, López-Uribe MM, (2017). Efficacy of Different Methods of Oxalic Acid Application. American Bee Journal 157:505-507 [link]

López-Uribe MM (2017). Tracking the Health of Feral Bees in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association Newsletter, March [link]

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