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http://entomology.ucdavis .edu/faculty/mussen/news .html.

APICULTURE NEWSLETTERS ONLINE

http://entomology.ucdavis .edu/faculty/mussen/briefs /index.html.

Eric Mussen's apicultural insights online.

SAN FRANCISCO BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION (SBA)

The Randall Jr. Museum, 199 Museum Way, San Francisco, CA 96114. 415/665-7520, 415/564-6518, tlc1@well.com, www.sfbee.org.

Annual membership ($15) includes a monthly newsletter.

BACK YARD BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION

11 Lilac Lane, Weston, CT 06883. 914/693-7312, blackiston@bee -commerce.com, www .fairfieldweb.com/byba/.

Annual membership ($25) includes a monthly newsletter.

THE BEEKEEPER'S HANDBOOK

Diana Sammataro and Alphonse Avitabile. 1998 (3rd ed.); 190 pp. $24.95. Comstock Publishing Associates/Cornell University Press.

As much an overview of changes in the industry as a guide for beginners, this elegant reference book covers an enormous range of topics, from how to dress for the job to beehive components to colony manipulation. Beautiful illustrations by Sammataro and Jan Propst.

A BOOK OF BEES ... and How to Keep Them

Sue Hubbell 1998; 193 PP. $12. Houghton Mifflin.

Tom Chester calls this "the BEST starter guide to beekeeping, in the form of a diary depicting one beekeeper's typical year. Everything from equipment to neighbor relations."

AN INTRODUCTION TO BEE-HOUSES

David F. Bates. 1998 (2nd ed.); 38 pp. 3.50 [pounds sterling] ($7). Camelot Country Products, High Leigh, King William Lane, Curry Rivel, Langport, Somerset TA10 OHB, England. …

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