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1. Invisible damage to honeybee colonies from pesticides
Davis, A. R. Shuel, R. W.
Canadian Beekeeping, 1985
2. Laboratory studies of honeybee larval growth and development as af- fected by systemic insecticides at adult-sublethal levels
DAVIS A. R., SOLOMON K. R., Shuel R. W., 1988
Journal of Apicultural Research, 27 (3) : 146-161.
3. Dégradation de l’imidaclopride chez Apis mellifera.
Suchail S., Guez D., Belzunces L.P. (1999)
Santé de l’abeille 174, 354-355.
4. Toxicité aiguë de l’imidaclopride et de ses métabolites sur Apis mellifera.
Suchail S., Guez D., Belzunces L.P. (1999)
Santé de l’abeille 174, 346.
5. Characteristics of imidacloprid toxicity in two Apis mellifera subspecies
Suchail S., Guez D. and Belzunces L.P. (2000) .
Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 19, 1901-1905.
7. Discrepancy between toxicity induced by low and high doses of imidacloprid in Apis mellifera
Suchail S., Guez D. and Belzunces L.P. (2001)
Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 20, 2482-2486.
8. Toxicity  and nicotinic acetylcholine receptor interaction of imidacloprid and  its metabolites in Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera : Apidae)
Nauen R, Ebbinghaus-Kintscher U, Schmuck R.
Pest Manag Sci. 2001 ;57:577–586
9. Intoxication of honeybees on chemical treated winter rape : problem of its verification
Bulletin of insectology 56 (1) : 125-127, 2003 ISSN 1721-8861
10. Effects of imidacloprid administered in sub-lethal doses on honey bee behavior. Laboratory tests
Bulletin of insectology 56 (1) : 59-62,2003 ISSN 1721-8861
11. Effects of sub-lethal imidacloprid doses on the homing rate and foraging activity of honey bees
Bulletin of insectology 56 (1) : 63-67,2003 ISSN 1721-8861
12. Risk of environmental contamination by the active ingredient imidacloprid used for corn seed dressing. Preliminary results
Bulletin of insectology 56 (1) : 69-72, 2003 ISSN 1721-8861
13. Laboratory assessment of pesticide toxicity to bumblebees
Bulletin of insectology 56 (1) : 155-158, 2003 ISSN 1721-8861
14. Mechanism for the differential toxicity of neonicotinoid insecticides in the honey bee, Apis mellifera.
Iwasa T, Motoyama N, Ambrose JT, Roe MR.
Crop Prot. 2004 ;23:371–378.
15. Metabolism of imidacloprid in Apis mellifera
Suchail S., Debrauwer D., Belzunces L.P. (Mars 2004)
Pest Management Science, Vol.60, Issue 3, 391-296
16. Quantification of imidacloprid uptake in maize crops
Bonmatin,  J. M., Marchant, P.A., Charvet, R., Moineau, I., Bengsch, E.R., Colin,  M.E. (2005), Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 53, 5336-5341.
17.A survey of pesticide residues in pollen loads collected by honey bees in France.
Chauzat MP, Faucon JP, Martel AC, Lachaize J, Cougoule N, Aubert M. J Econ
Entomol. 2006 ;99:253–262.
18. What’s Killing American Honey Bees ?
Oldroyd BP (2007) PLoS Biol 5(6) : e168. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0050168
19. Translocation of Neonicotinoid Insecticides From Coated Seeds to Seedling Guttation Drops : A Novel Way of Intoxication for Bees
Girolami, V. M. (2009), Journal of Economic entomology, 102 (5), 1808-1815.
20. Données OCDE sur l’environnement compendium 2008 Agriculture
OCDE  (2008), Division des Performances et de l’Information environnementales  - Sous-groupe sur l’information et les perspectives environnementales.
21. Rete per il monitoraggio dei fenomeni di spopolamento e mortalità degli alveari in Italia "APENET"
PORRINI C., SGOLASTRA F., SABATINI A.G. (2008), Apoidea, 5 (2) : 83-87.
Sur la chute des mortalités d’abeilles de 37.5% à 15% suite à l’interdiction des néonicotinoïdes sur maïs en Italie.
22. Interactions between Nosema microspores and a neonicotinoid weaken honeybees (Apis mellifera)
Alaux  C., Brunet J.-L., Dussaubat C., Mondet F., Tchamitchan S., Cousin M.,  Brillard J., Baldy A., Belzunces L.P., Le Conte Y. (2009), Environmental  Microbiology, doi:10.1111/j.1462-2920.2009.02123.x
23. Influence of pesticide residues on honey bee (Hymenoptera : Apidae) colony health in France
Chauzat MP, Carpentier P, Martel AC, Bougeard S, Cougoule N, Porta P, Lachaize J, Madec F, Aubert M, Faucon JP.
Environ Entomol. 2009 ;38:514–523.
24. Residues of pesticides in honeybee (Apis mellifera carnica) bee bread and in pollen loads from treated apple orchards.
Smodis Skerl MI, Velikonja Bolta S, Basa Cesnik H, Gregorc A.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 2009 ;83:374–377.
25. Behind mass die-offs, pesticides lurk as culprit
Shah,  S. Yale Environment 360, 7 janvier 2010 (traduit en français par  Christian Pacteau sous le titre “Derrière la multitude des morts les  pesticides se dissimulent comme des coupables”)
26. The  significance of the Druckrey-Kupfmuller equation for risk assessment –  The toxicity of neonicotinoid insecticides to arthropods is reinforced  by exposure time
Tennekes, H.A (2010),  Toxicology (traduit en francais par Christian Pacteau sous le titre  “Signification de l’équation de Druckrey-Küpfmüller pour l’évaluation  des risques. La toxicité des insecticides néonicotinoïdes contre les  arthropodes est renforcée par la durée d’exposition.”)
27. The european bee monitoring project :
28. Sudden deaths and colony population decline in Greek honey bee colonies.
Bacandritsos N, Granato A, Budge G, Papanastasiou I, Roinioti E, Caldon M, Falcaro C, Gallina A, Mutinelli F.
J Invertebr Pathol. 2010 ;105:335–340.
29. Pesticides and honey bee toxicity – USA
Reed M. Johnson, Marion D. Ellis, Christopher A. Mullin and Maryann Frazier
Apidologie Volume 41, Number 3, May-June 2010 Honey bee health
30. Exposure  to Sublethal Doses of Fipronil and Thiacloprid Highly Increases  Mortality of Honeybees Previously Infected by Nosema ceranae
Vidau C, Diogon M, Aufauvre J, Fontbonne R, Vigue`s B, et al. (2011). PLoS ONE 6(6) : e21550. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021550
31. Risk assessment for side-effects of neonicotinoids against bumblebees with and without impairing foraging behaviour
Mommaerts  V., Reynders S., Boulet J., Besard L., Sterk and Smagghe G. (2010)  Ecotoxicology 19:207-215 Doi 10.1007/s10646-009-0406-2
32. The potential impacts of insecticides on the life history traits of bees and the consequences for pollination
Brittain C., and Potts S.G. (2011), Basic and applied ecology 12 321-331
33. An  assessment of honeybee colony matrices, Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera  Apidae) to monitor pesticide presences in continental France.
Chauzat MP, Martel AC, Cougoule N, Porta P, Lachaize J, Zeggane S, Aubert M, Carpentier P, Faucon JP.
Environ Toxicol Chem. 2011 ;30:103–111.
34. A common pesticide decreases foraging success and survival in honey bees
Henry M., Beguin M., Requier F., Rollin O., Odoux JF., Aupinel P., Aptel J., Tchamitchian S., Decourtye A. (2012), Science
Etude publiée dans la revue Science sur les effets du thiaméthoxam à  des doses sublétales, démontrant une forte diminution des capacités de  retour à la ruche.
Cette étude est à l’origine de l’interdiction du  Cruiser OSR en France, en juillet 2012.
35. Parasite-insecticide interactions : a case study of Nosema ceranae and fipronil synergy on honey bee
Aufauvre  J., Biron D.G., Vidau C., Fontbonne R., Roudel M., Diogon M., Vigues  B., Belzunces L.P., Delbac F., & Blot (2012)Sci. Rep. 2, 326 ;  DOI:10.1038/srep00326.
36. Pesticide exposure in honey bees results in increased levels of the gut pathogen Nosema
Pettis J S, van Engelsdorp D, John J and Dively G, Naturwissenschaften, 2012 Feb ; 99(2) : 153-8 Epub 2012 Jan 13.
37. Neonicotinoid pesticide reduces bumble bee colony growth and queen production
Penelope  R. Whitehorn, Stephanie O’Connor, Felix L. Wackers, Dave Goulson,  Sciencexpress/ 29 March 2012/Page1/10.1126/science.1215025
38. In situ replication of honey bee colony collapse disorder
Lu C., Warchol K.M. and Callahan R.A., Bulletin of Insectology 13 March 2012 65 (1) : ISSN 1721-886
39. Dietary  traces of neonicotinoid pesticides as a cause of population declines in  honey bees : an evaluation by Hill’s epidemiological criteria
Cresswell J.E., Desneux N and van Engelsdorp (2012), Pest Management Science, doi : 10.1002/ps.3290.
40. Honey  bees (Apis mellifera) reared in brood combs containing high levels of  pesticide residues exhibit increased susceptibility to Nosema  (Microsporidia) infection.
Wu J.Y., Smart M.D., Anelli C.M., Sheppard W.S. (2012), Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 109 326-329.
41. Assessment  of the environmental exposure of honey bees to particulate matter  containing neonicotinoid insecticides coming from corn coated seeds
Tapparo  A., Marton D., Gioio C., Zanella A., Solda L., Marzaro M., Vivan L. and  Girolami V. Published : Environmental science and technology ACS Envion Sci Technol.
42. Ecological appropriate xenobiotics induce cytochrome P450s in Apis mellifera
Johnson  R.M., Mao W., Pollock H.S., Guodong N., Schuler M.A., Bernbaum M.R.,  PLoS ONE 7(2) : e31051. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0031051.
43. RFID Tracking of Sub-lethal Effects of Two Neonicotinoid Insecticides on the Foraging Behavior of Apis mellifera
Schneider C.W., Tautz J., Grunewald B., Fuchs S., PLoS ONE 7(1) : e30023. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030023.
45. Using video-tracking to assess sub-lethal effects of pesticides on honey bees (Apis mellifera L.)
Teeters B.S., Johnson R.M., Ellis M.D. and Siegfried B.D. (2012), Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry DOI 10.1002/etc.1830
46. Neonicotinoids in bees : a review on concentrations, side-effects and risk assessment
Blacquiere T., Smagghe G., van Gestel C.A.M and Mommaerts V. (2012), Ecotoxicology 21:973–992 DOI 10.1007/s10646-012-0863-x
47. Toxicité subchronique de l’Imidaclopride et de ses métabolites chez l’abeille domestique Apis mellifera
G. Séverine Suchail, Luc P. Belzunces et Bernard E. Vaissière
49.  The global bee monitoring software :
50. The international bee survey network

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