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IUCN report on alien subspecies in Europe

IUCN report on alien subspecies in Europe

Report for the IUCN on alien honey bee subspecies within the EU.

1.4. Areas within the EU where the alien sub-species is a potential threat, but not yet present

A. m. ligustica
As the sub-species is already present in all EU countries, the only areas where it could still be introduced and become a threat are small islands, where populations of native sub-species seem to be very vulnerable (see Section 3 below for details on impact).

A. m. carnica
A. m. carnica is already present in all EU countries, in a situation similar to that of A. m. ligustica. As such, the only areas where it could still be introduced and become a threat are small islands.

Full text can be found here:

https://circabc.europa.eu/ui/group/4cd6cb36-b0f1-4db4-915e-65cd29067f49/library/b5acf96a-c820-468a-b74e-2c0dd1e65861/details