Peter Graystock

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InstitutionUniversity of California, Riverside
 
Postal addressDept. Entomology, Lab 141
 900 University Ave
Riverside
California
92521
United States of America
 
Office phone9518275817
E-mailpeter@graystock.info
Webhttp://www.graystock.info
 
Job /  professional statusResearcher
 
Preferred COLOSS theme(s)   Pests & Pathogens,Environment,Diversity & Conservation
COLOSS Project(s)   BEEBOOK
 
Research interestsBee health
 Parasites
 Microbiome
 Community ecology
 Conservation
 
PublicationsThe effects of single and mixed infections of Apicystis bombi and deformed wing virus in Bombus terrestris
P GRAYSTOCK, I MEEUS, GUY SMAGGHE, D GOULSON, WOH Hughes
Parasitology, 1-8 2 2015

Do managed bees drive parasite spread and emergence in wild bees?
P Graystock, EJ Blane, QS McFrederick, D Goulson, WOH Hughes
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 2015

Parasites in bloom: flowers aid dispersal and transmission of pollinator parasites within and between bee species
P Graystock, D Goulson, WOH Hughes
Proc. R. Soc. B 282 (1813), 20151371 6 2015

The relationship between managed bees and the prevalence of parasites in bumblebees
P Graystock, D Goulson, WOH Hughes
PeerJ 2, e522 11 2014

Genetic variability of the neogregarine Apicystis bombi, an etiological agent of an emergent bumblebee disease
Jafar Maharramov, Ivan Meeus, Kevin Maebe, Marina Arbetman, Carolina Morales, Peter Graystock, William OH Hughes, Santiago Plischuk, Carlos E Lange, Dirk C de Graaf, Nelson Zapata, Jose Javier Perez de la Rosa, Tomás E Murray, Mark JF Brown, Guy Smagghe
PloS one 8 (12), e81475 12 2013

Emerging dangers: deadly effects of an emergent parasite in a new pollinator host
P Graystock, K Yates, B Darvill, D Goulson, WOH Hughes
Journal of invertebrate pathology 114 (2), 114-119 50 2013

The Trojan hives: pollinator pathogens, imported and distributed in bumblebee colonies
P Graystock, K Yates, SEF Evison, B Darvill, D Goulson, WOH Hughes
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (5), 1207-1215