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About the project
The EU Pollinator Hub is a new milestone in efforts to improve the pollinator status, beekeeping and pollination in Europe. An online collective approach sharing harmonised and standardised data on pollinators to monitor their health and target actions to protect them better.

Latest Datasets


18 December 2023
Michael Rubinigg
This dataset contains data on regular assessemnts of colony development in colonies exposed to different levels of Clothinanidin as a consequence of corn production.

Hive scales Austria

17 December 2023
Michael Rubinigg
The dataset contains data from hive scales (hive weight, temperature, relative humidity, precipitation, wind speed, wind direction) from various apiaries in Austria.

Colony development autumn

16 December 2023
Michael Rubinigg
The aim of this pilot-study was to assess differences in egg-laying activity of queens during the presumed transition of colonies to the winter brood pause and to determine whether there are location-related differences or differences with regard to the origin of the queens. For this purpose, the amount of brood was determined in 21 bee colonies with 21 queens obtained from 8 different breeders working in 2 different Carnica breeding programs at four different apiaries from 23 August 2013 to 25 October 2013 at intervals of approximately 21 days (depending on the weather conditions).

Regulation (EU) 2017/269

14 December 2023
The dataset contains the harmonised classification of substances contained in annex III of Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/269 of 16 February 2017 amending Regulation (EC) No 1185/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning statistics on pesticides, as regards the list of active substances.

Varroa monitoring Austria

13 December 2023
Michael Rubinigg
An eight-year survey of Varroa destructor infestation rates of western honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies across Austria and the spatial dimension, temporal dimension and weather factors that impact these infestation rates.