JAR 34, Issue 2, 1995

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Title

Authors

Volume 

Edition

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Original Research Articles

 

 

 

 

Occurrence of chalkbrood in Apis mellifera in Iran

M S Mossadegh; A Auzadeh

34

2

53

The use of proximal and distal cues in nest entrance recognition by bumble beesC M S Plowright; Colleen E Q Connell; Lisa J Roberts; Sheri L Reid

34

2

 57

Canonical trend surface analysis of morphometric variation in Africanized honey bees from Brazil

Jose Alexandre Felizola Diniz-Filho

34

2

65

Extractable, organic substances from New Zealand unifloral vipers bugloss (Echium vulgare) honeyAlistair L Wilkins; Seng-To Tan; Peter C Molan 34273 

Seasonal phenology and abundance of early-, mid- and long-season bumble bees in southern England, 1985-1989

S G Goodwin

34

2

79

A short test evaluating larval attractiveness of honey bees to Varroa jacobsoni

Lilia I De Guzman; Thomas E Rinderer; Vicki A Lancaster;

34

2

89

Trophallaxis in Apis mellifera effects of sugar concentration and crop load on food distribution

Walter M Farina; Josué A Nú┼łez

34

2

93

A comparison of media and cultural conditions for identification of Bacillus larvae in honey

Susann Nordström; Ingemar Fries

34

2

97

Notes & Comments

    

Further investigations on natural mating of instrumentally inseminated apis mellifera queens

J Woyke; Z Jasinski; C Fllszkiewicz

34

2

105


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