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Issue Apidologie
Volume 33, Number 2, March-April 2002
The Cape honeybee (Apis mellifera capensis). From laying workers to social parasites
Page(s) 213 - 214
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/apido:2002007

References

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  • Moritz, R.F.A., Simon U., Crewe R.M. (2000) Pheromonal contest between honeybee workers, Naturwissenschaften 87, 395-397.
  • Neumann P., Hepburn R. (2002) Behavioral basis for social parasitism of Cape honeybees (Apis mellifera capensis), Apidologie 33, 165-192.
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  • Wossler T.C. (2002) Pheromone mimicry by Apis mellifera capensis social parasites leads to reproductive anarchy in host Apis mellifera scutellata colonies, Apidologie 33, 139-163.

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