JAR 33, Issue 3, 1994

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Effects of sublethal doses of deltamethrin (Decis Ce) on Bombus terrestris

J -N Tasei; H Sabik ; L Pirastru ; E Langiu; J M Blanche; J Fournier; J P Taglloni

33

3

129

The Cistaceae as food resources for honey bees in SW Spain

P L Ortiz

33

3

136

Melissopalynology for stingless bees (Apidae: meliponinae) from Venezuela

P Vit; G Ricciardelli D'Albore

33

3

145

Influence of 'parasitic intensity' on Varroa jacobsoni Oud. reproduction

M Eguaras; J Marcangeli; N A Fernandez

33

3

155

Evaluation of hive Management techniques in production of royal jelly by honey bees (Apis mellifera) in New Zealand

R F Van Toor; R P Littlejohn

33

3

160

A preliminary study on the development of colonies of Melipona beecheii in traditional and rational hives

Jose Javier G Quezada-Euan; Jorge Gonzalez-Acereto

33

3

167

Extended survival of the parasitic honey bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae on adult workers of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata

Thomas E Rinderer; Benjamin P Oldroyd; Chariya Lekprayoon; Siriwat Wongsiri; Chuleemas Boonthai; Ratna Thapa

33

3

171

Further studies on the behaviour of Apis cerana and Apis mellifera foraging on apple flowersL R Verma; R S Rana

33

3

175

The effect of delaying pollination on cantaloupe production

Frank A Eischen; Benjamin A Underwood; Anita M Collins

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3

 180

Notes and Comments    

Reduction of fluvalinate residues in beeswax by chemical means

V Vesely; M Machova; J Hessler; V Hostomska; J Lenicek

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3

185


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