JAR 28, Issue 2, 1989

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Ascosphaeriosis of the parasitic bee, Coelioxys rufocaudata, by Ascosphaera aggregata

M. Hermoso De Mendoza, J. Hermoso De Mendoza, F. Puerta, E. Asensio, M. Bustos, F. Padilla And P. Pellin

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61

Retinue behaviour in bumblebee workers (Mombus terrestris L.)

Adriaan Van Doorn And Agnes Chrambach

28

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66

Measurements of stinging behaviour in individual worker honeybees (Apis mellifera L.)

Steven A. Kolmes And Linda A. Fergusson-Kolmes

28

2

71

The effects of artificial infection with chronic bee paralysis virus on queens from strains of honeybee resistant or susceptible to hairless-black syndrome

Jovan M. Kulincevic And Walter C. Rothenbuhler

28

2

79

A scanning electron microscope study on the Prothoracic tracheae of the honeybee, Apis mellifera L., infested by the mite, Acarapis woodi (Rennie)

T. P. Liu, B. Mobus And G. Braybrook

28

2

81

Fine structure of hypopharyngeal glands from honeybees with and without infestation by the tracheal mite, Acarapis woodi (rennie)

T. P. Liu, B. Mobusland G. Braybrook

28

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85

Seasonal variation in the infection of honeybee colonies with Nosema apis Zander

R. S. Pickard And A. A. M. El-Shemyl

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93

Nosema apis Zander infection levels in honeybees of known ageA. A. M. El-Shemy And R. S. Pickard

28

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101

Observations on the development and transmission of Nosema apis Z. In the ventriculus of the honeybee

Ingemar Fries

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107

A culture technique for the detection of Bacillus larvae in honeybeesM. A. Z. Hornitzky And S. Karlovskis

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118


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