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  • During the time that CCD has increased, an infectious fungus called Nosema ceranae has increasingly colonized bees and is now frequently detected worldwide in both healthy and weak honeybee colonies.

    Pediatric Environmentalism

  • During the time that CCD has increased, an infectious fungus called Nosema ceranae has increasingly colonized bees and is now frequently detected worldwide in both healthy and weak honeybee colonies.

    Pediatric Environmentalism

  • During the time that CCD has increased, an infectious fungus called Nosema ceranae has increasingly colonized bees and is now frequently detected worldwide in both healthy and weak honeybee colonies.

    Pediatric Environmentalism

  • During the time that CCD has increased, an infectious fungus called Nosema ceranae has increasingly colonized bees and is now frequently detected worldwide in both healthy and weak honeybee colonies.

    Forbes.com: News

  • The virus, Invertebrate Iridescent Virus, or IIV6, seems to work together with a common fungus called Nosema to kill the bees, said the researchers, Colin Henderson and Jerry

    Bee-Killing Disease May Be Caused by Virus, Fungus Attack, Researchers Say - Bloomberg

  • UC San Francisco researchers announced in April that they had found a single-celled protozoan called Nosema ceranae in bees from colonies with the collapse disorder.

    WHAT THE VANISHING BEES ARE TELLING US

  • The fungus is called Nosema ceranae, and this can sicken bees if they ingest the spores.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The fungus is called Nosema ceranae, and this can sicken bees if they ingest the spores.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • The few bee remains that have been found have allowed some entomological autopsies to be conducted and investigators elsewhere had already identified a fungus, known as Nosema apis, in the guts of the dead insects.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • They found a slightly higher incidence of a fungal pathogen known as Nosema ceranae in sick colonies, but it was not statistically significant until they began pairing it with other pathogens.

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  • A disease of adult honey bees caused by the protozoan Nosema apis. This microbe destroys the gut of the bee resulting in severe infections that cause malnutrition and dysentery.

    September 27, 2010