Bee World

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Editor: Dr Robert Brodschneider (Austria)

Bee World is IBRA’s popular journal, available free to IBRA members. Bee World contains original articles and regular features. It welcomes submissions on all aspects of beekeeping and all species of bees worldwide. Bee World was founded in 1919 by the Apis club and publication was taken over by the Bee Research Association in 1952.

IBRA members can access all articles in the journal by first logging in at the IBRA home page and then following the link from the Member Page. Access is via the IBRA Member Page and not by logging in at the Taylor & Francis journal page.

Both members and non-members can set up free email alerts for this journal. Follow the instructions available here.

For a history of Bee World see the two articles below:

 

Richard Jones, Karl Showler & Robert Brodschneider (2019) Bee World – The First Hundred Years, Bee World, 96:2, 34-39.

Karl Showler (2010) Bee World — A Phoenix Arises The evolution of a beekeeping journal, Bee World, 87:1, 2-4.

Have a look at our journal articles that are open access (free to view) by clicking here.

You can submit your manuscript online here:
http://www.editorialmanager.com/tbee/default.aspx

Please have a look in the journals guidelines:
http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=tbee20&page=instructions

Browse through the articles of the latest issue of Bee World following this link https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tbee20/current

Bee World Editors

The current editorial board members of Bee World are: Karina Antúnez (Uruguay), Maria Bouga (Greece), Stephen Devanesan (India), James D. Ellis (USA), Flora N. Namu (Kenya), Robert Pickard (UK), Cooper Schouten (Australia), Maja Smodiš Škerl (Slovenia).

 

 

ISSN 0005-772X ©International Bee Research Association, 2020. All rights reserved. No part of Bee World may be reproduced in any form or by any means electronically, mechanically, by photocopying or otherwise, without the prior permission of the copyright holder. Published by Taylor & Francis on behalf of the International Bee Research Association, 1 Agincourt Street, Monmouth, NP25 3DZ, UK.