The Western honey bee is a pollinator that play a key-role in plant biodiversity conservation and crop production. Despite being managed by beekeepers for millennia, and even after its introduction out from the original distribution area, it cannot be considered a domesticated animal. In the last 150 years, advances in technology as well in beekeeping, and more strongly after the last decade globalization, the conservation of the European native subspecies of A. mellifera have been heavily endangered with an impact on western honey bee production and health status.
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