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Dalby, R. 2005. Clovers? No! Honey plants? Yes! Mexican clover and jackass clover. American bee journal 145(10): 828-830.

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Harrison, B. 2006a. Bringing in the bees--unexpected trouble erupts at the California border! American bee journal 146(3): 203-207.

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Harrison, B. 2006c. Learning to live with AHB--separating fact from fiction. American bee journal 146(5): 428-430.

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Le Goff, G. 2004. A propos de Xylocopa (Koptortosoma) pubescens Spinola, 1838 (= Xylocopa aestuans auct. nec Linnaeus = Xylocopa leucothorax auct. nec De Geer) Un masque sénéga-lais nidifié ; rappel de la désignation de l’espèce; la « vraie » Xylocopa aestuans L. ( (Hymenoptera - Apoidea - Apidae - Xylocopinae). [Information on Xylocopa (Koptortosoma) pubescens Spinola, 1838 (= Xylocopa aestuans auct. nec Linne = Xylocopa leucothorax auct. nec De Geer) ; nesting in a Senegalese mask ; remainding of species identity; the « true » Xylocopa aestuans L. (Insecta - Hymenoptera - Apoidea - Apidae - Xylocopinae)]. Le Bulletin de Phyllie N°19, 1er trimestre 2004 : 10-15.

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Le Goff, G. 2006. Un curieux nid d’Osmia (Osmia) rufa cornigera Rossi (Hymenoptera - Megachilidae - Osmiini). [A curious nest of Osmia (Osmia) rufa cornigera Rossi (Hymenoptera - Megachilidae - Osmiini)]. Le Bulletin d’Arthropoda No. 27: 47.

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Mangum, W. A. 2005d. Honey bee biology. Wall hives of Northern India: giving a hopelessly queenless colony another chance for survival. American bee journal 145(5): 395-397.

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Norton, C. 2005a. The price of California's almond pollination. I. American bee journal 145(4): 299-301.

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Pitts-Singer, T. L. & R. R. James, 2005. Emergence success and sex ratio of commercial alfalfa leafcutting bees from the United States and Canada. Journal of economic entomology 98(6): 1785-1790.

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Quiroz-Garcia, D. L. & M. de la L. Arreguin-Sanchez, 2006. Resource utilization by Centris flavofasciata Friese (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Jalisco, Mexico. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 79(3): 249-253.

Rajpurohit, A. & Rajiv K. Gupta, 2006. The impact of insect pollination on seed yield of Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek. Proceedings of the Nationa Academy of Sciences, India 76(B) II: 178-181.

Ramos, F. N. & F. A. M. Santos, 2006. Floral Visitors and Pollination of Psychotria tenuinervis (Rubiaceae): Distance from the Anthropogenic and Natural Edges of an Atlantic Forest Fragment. Biotropica 38(3): 383-389. [Electronic Resource:].

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Robertson, A. W., J. J. Ladley & D. Kelly, 2005. Effectiveness of short-tongued bees as pollinators of apparently ornithophilous New Zealand mistletoes. Austral ecology 30(3): 298-309.

Robinson, W. S. 2005. Honey bees in Hawaii collect lava dust from trail markers. American bee journal 145(3): 232-233.

Ruffinengo, S., M. Eguaras, I. Floris, C. Faverin, P. Bailac & M. Ponzi, 2005. LD₅₀ and repellent effects of essential oils from Argentinian wild plant species on Varroa destructor. Journal of economic entomology 98(3): 651-655.

Sabbahi, R., D. De Oliveira & J. Marceau, 2005. Influence of honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) density on the production of canola (Crucifera: Brassicacae). Journal of economic entomology 98(2): 367-372.

Sagili, R. R., T. Pankiw & K. Zhu-Salzman, 2005. Effects of soybean trypsin inhibitor on hypopharyngeal gland protein content, total midgut protease activity and survival of the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Journal of insect physiology 51(9): 953-957.

Sanford, M. T. 2006a. The Africanized honey bee: A biological revolution with human cultural implications. American bee journal 146(3): 209-211.

Sanford, M. T. 2006b. The Africanized honey bee: A biological revolution with human cultural implications. 2. American bee journal 146(4): 323-326.

Sanford, M. T. 2006c. The Africanized honey bee: A biological revolution with human cultural implications. 3. American bee journal 146(5): 431-433.

Sanford, M. T. 2006d. The Africanized honey bee: A biological revolution with human cultural implications. 4. American bee journal 146(6): 528-530.

Sanford, M. T. 2006e. The Africanized honey bee: A biological revolution with human cultural implications. 5. Conclusion. American bee journal 146(7): 597-599.

Sano, O., T. Kunikata, K. Kohno, K. Iwaki, M. Ikeda & M. Kurimoto, 2004. Characteriza-tion of royal jelly proteins in both Africanized and European honeybees (Apis mellifera) by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 52(1): 15-20.

Santomauro, G., N. J. Oldham, W. Boland & W. Engels, 2004. Cannibalism of diploid drone larvae in the honey bee (Apis mellifera) is released by odd pattern of cuticular substances. Journal of apicultural research 43(2): 69-74.

Santos, K. S., L. D. dos Santos, M. A. Mendes, B. M. de Souza, O. Malaspina & M. S. Palma, 2005. Profiling the proteome complement of the secretion from hypopharyngeal gland of Africanized nurse-honeybees (Apis mellifera L.). Insect biochemistry and molecular biology 35(1): 85-91.

Schafer, M. O., V. Dietemann, C. W. W. Pirk, P. Neumann, R. M. Crewe, H. R. Hepburn, J. Tautz & K. Crailsheim, 2006. Individual versus social pathway to honeybee worker reproduction (Apis mellifera): pollen or jelly as protein source for oogenesis? Journal of comparative physiology A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology 192(7): 761-768. [Electronic Resource:].

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Schell, R. 2005a. A big win for beekeepers: Anderson, et al., vs. State of Minnesota, Department of Natural Resources. American bee journal 145(5): 392-394.

Schell, R. 2005b. Get it in writing -- the beekeeper and the pollination contract: pollination agreements. American bee journal 145(1): 19-21.

Schlindwein, C. & P. C. R. Medeiros, 2006. Pollination in Turnera subulata (Turneraceae): Unilateral reproductive dependence of the narrowly oligolectic bee Protomeliturga turnerae (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae). Flora 201(3): 178-188.

Schuerer, D. 2006. Simulation of Varroa treatment as a means of visualization. American bee journal 146(1): 35-38.

Schwarz, M. P., S. M. Tierney, J. Zammit, P. M. Schwarz, S. Fuller, 2005. Brood provisioning and colony composition of a Malagasy species of Halterapis: implications for social evolution in the allodapine bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Xylocopinae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 98(1): 126-133.

Scott, H. 2004. Choosing the best location. American bee journal 144(8): 599-600.

Seehuus, S. C., K. Norberg, U. Gimsa, T. Krekling & G. V. Amdam, 2006. Reproductive protein protects functionally sterile honey bee workers from oxidative stress. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103(4): 962-967.

Shen, M., X. Yang, D. Cox-Foster & L. Cui, 2005. The role of varroa mites in infections of Kashmir bee virus (KBV) and deformed wing virus (DWV) in honey bees. Virology 342(1): 141-149. [ER:].

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Smith, E. M. & G. W. Otis, 2006. Resolution of a controversy: functionality of the dance language of the honey bee. 2. Conclusion. American bee journal 146(4): 335-340.

Solignac, M., J. M. Cornuet, D. Vautrin, Y. Le Conte, D. Anderson, J. Evans, S. Cros-Arteil, M. Navajas, 2005. The invasive Korea and Japan types of Varroa destructor, ectoparasitic mites of the Western honeybee (Apis mellifera), are two party isolated clones. Proceedings Biological sciences 272(1561): 411-419.

Sollenberger, T. L. 2005b. Beedevilment. 2. Conclusion. American bee journal 145(1): 56-58.

Sollenberger, T. 2005. Sol & waters adventures in beeland "Urban Safari". American bee journal 145(3): 225-228.

Sollenberger, T. 2005. Set the stage for a successful spring with fall requeening. American bee journal 145(8): 637-639.

Sollenberger, T. 2005a. The curious case of the intercaste queens. American bee journal 145(10): 808-810.

Sollenberger, T. 2006b. Antics. American bee journal 146(5): 401-402.

Sollenberger, T. 2006c. Fire antics. American bee journal 146(6): 501-503.

Sollenberger, T. 2006a. Ant-free certification for almond pollination. American bee journal 146(7): 581-583.

Stern, R. A., A. H. Zisovich, A. Dag, S. Shafir & M. Goldway, 2005. Increasing the yield of 'Spadona' pear (Pyrus communis L.) by appropriate utilization of beehives. Acta horticulturae no. 671: 143-150.

Stevenson, C. 2005. Chimney bee rescue. American bee journal 145(10): 814-818.

Stevenson, M. A., H. Benard, P. Bolger & R. S. Morris, 2005. Spatial epidemiology of the Asian honey bee mite (Varroa destructor) in the North Island of New Zealand. Preventive veterinary medicine 71(3-4): 241-252.

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Szabo, T. I. & D. C. Szabo, 2006. Honey bees in bear territory. American bee journal 146(6): 512-514.

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VanderDussen, D. 2006. The transition to a Mite-AwayII IPM treatment program. Amer-ican bee journal 146(2): 129-130.

VanderDussen, D. 2006. Varroa doubling info: Understanding the boom and assessing your varroa treatment time purchase. American bee journal 146(6): 525-527.

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Weaver, M. & B. Weaver, 2005a. Being adaptable is the key to successful commercial bee-keeping. American bee journal 145(2): 109-114.

Weaver, M. & B. Weaver, 2005b. The Hilberts of Michigan--five generations of cut-comb honey producers. American bee journal 145(3): 195-201.

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Lista de libros Editar

Illustrated Encyclopedia of Beekeeping (1985) Editors: Roger A Morse and Ted Hooper

ABC and XYZ of Bee Culture (1978) A I Root

The Bee Craftsman (1978) H J Wadey

Background to Beekeeping (1982) Allan C Waine

Bee-keeping at Buckfast Abbey (1975) Brother Adam

Beekeeping in California (1987) Eric C Mussen and others

Honey by the Ton (1989) Oliver Field

Honey Bees - A Guide to Management (1988) Ron Brown

Bees and Beekeeping: Science, Practice and World Resources (1990) Eva Crane

Bees and Beekeeping (1988) Irmgard Diemer

The Complete Guide to Beekeeping (1989) Jeremy Evans

Guide to Bees and Honey (1976) Ted Hooper

Home Honey Production (1977) W B Bielby

Beekeeping Frank Vernon

Bees and Beekeeping (1975) A V Pavord

Keeping Bees (1977) Peter Beckley

Principals of Practical Beekeeping (1972) Robert Couston

Beekeeping for Beginners (1991) Andrew Richards

A Manual of Beekeeping (1979) E B Wedmore

Basic Beekeeping (1978) Owen Meyer

Practical Beekeeping (1980) R J & W E Howe

Beekeeping in the Swarming Season (1980) George Davis

Beekeeping Tips and Topics (1982) Elbert R Laycox

Practical Bee-keeping (1977) Herbert Mace

Backyard Beekeeping (1977) William Scott

The Complete Handbook of Bee-Keeping (1976) Herbert Mace

Hive Management (1992) Richard E Bonney

Some Important Operations in Bee Management(1978) T S K Johansson and M P Johansson

The Philosophy and Practice of Beekeeping (1949) A L Gregg

The Behaviour of Bees - And of Bee-keepers (1948) H J Wadey

Bee Keeping in Britain (1948) R O B Manley

Bee-Keeping for All (1943) Tickner Edwardes

Bees and Honey (1945) George A Carter

Beekeeping up to Date (1934) A B Flower

The Spell of the Honey Bee (1945) W Eric Kelsey

Amateur Beekeeping (1958) Edward Lloyd Sechrist

The Bee Keepers Encyclopedia (1949) A S C Deans

Bee-Keeping Practice (1947) F S Stuart

Bee-keeping with Twenty Hives (1952) A L Sandeman-Allen

Bees are my Business (1956) Harry J Whitcombe

Successful Bee-keeping (1946) E B Wedmore

Honeycraft in Theory and Practice (1948) John A Lawson

Beekeeping (1951) Kenneth K Clark

Beekeeping (MAFF Bulletin No 9) (1957) Colin G Butler

Teach yourself Bee-keeping (1968) A N Schofield

The Art of Bee-Keeping (1945) William Hamilton

Instruction in Beekeeping for the use of Irish Beekeepers (1946) Stationery Office Dublin

The Bee-keeper's Guide (1940) W Herrod-Hempsall

Modern Beekeeping (1933) Herbert Mace

Honey Bees and their Management (1946) Stanley B Whitehead

Beekeeping Up-to-Date (1945) Joseph Tinsley

Handbook of Beekeeping by the Natural Method (1956) A M Hogwood

Beekeeping for Recreation and Profit (1952) J Harold Armitt

Beekeeping for Profit and Pleasure (1945) Addison Webb

Bee Keeping Do's and Dont's (1925) Tickner Edwardes

Queen Breeding for Amateurs (1951) C P Abbott

Biometry Course Notes (BIBBA) (undated) Rev E Milner

Instrumental Insemination of Honey Bee Queens (1977) Harry H Laidlaw Jr

Pedigree Bee Breeding in Western Europe (1983) compiled by BIBBA

Queen Raising the Jenkins Way (1984) Griff Jenkins

Contemporary Queen Rearing (1979) Harry H Laidlaw Jr

Queen-rearing in England (1913) F W L Sladen

Practical Queen Rearing (1929) Frank C Pellett

Raise Your Own Queens by the Punched Cell Method (1977) Richard Smailes

Mating in Miniature (1983) Bernhard Mobus

Queen Rearing (undated) T S Winter

Swarming its Control and Prevention (1945) L E Snelgrove

Swarming of Bees - Bulletin 206 (1975) HMSO

Swarming Under Control (1984) B P Mann

Swarm Control Survey (1946) E R Bent

Pesticides 1986 MAFF & HSE

Spray Liaison (1988) Malcolm Russell

Honey Bee Pathology (1981) Leslie Bailey

Honey Bee Pests, Predators, and Diseases (1978) Roger A. Morse

Infectious Diseases of the Honey-Bee (1963) L Bailey

The Disease of Bees: their Signs, Causes and Treatment (1951) Annie D Betts

Bee Stings and how to avoid them (1949?) H M Pearson

Medical Aspects of Beekeeping (2000) Harry Riches

Natural Medicine from Honey Bees (1991) Jacob Kaal

Bee Medicine (1982) Paul Uccusic

The Beekeeper's Garden (1988) Ted Hooper and Mike Taylor

Oilseed Rape and Bees (1986) Allan Calder

Beekeeping and the Law - Swarms and Neighbours (1993) David Frimston and David Smith

The Skyscraper Hive (1948) M Dugat

The Ventilation of Bee-Hives (1947) E B Wedmore

Lets Build a Bee Hive (1976) Wilbert R Miller

The Observation Hive (1978) Karl Showler

Make Your Own Skep (1969) Rev E Nobbs

Collected Leaflets on Hive Construction BIBBA

Beekeeping Senior Study Notes (Part 1) for the BBKA Examinations (1991) J D and B D Yates

Apiculture for Schools (1977) Ken Stevens

Nature's Way: No 3: Bees and Honey (1978) G Whizzard Publications

Introduction to Beekeeping Teachers Pack + CD-ROM (2001) BBKA

The Lore of the Honeybee (1923) Tickner Edwardes

The Bee Book Book (1991) Geoffrey Lawes

The Archaeology of Beekeeping (1983) Eva Crane

Milestones in Beekeeping and the Swarm Trigger Discovered (1984) A E McArthur

The British Beekeeper's Guide Book (1924) T W Cowan

Adventures among Bees (1924?) Herbert Mace

The Bee-master of Warrilow (1921) Tickner Edwardes

Bees; their Habits, Management and Treatment (1871?) Rev J G Wood

Profitable Bee-keeping (1883?) P V M Filleul

Profitable Bee-keeping (1923) Henry Geary

The Life of the Bee (1958) Maurice Maeterlinck

Bees for Pleasure and Profit (1921) G Gordon Samson

Bees: A Practical Handbook (1907) C N White

Let the Bees Tell You! (1920) S H Smith Bee-keeping; Plain & Practical; How to Make it Pay (1883) Alfred Rusbridge

Practical Beekeeping (1924) Arthur M Sturges

Bees and People (1974) Naum Ioyrish

Beehive Product Bible (1993) Royden Brown

Honey - A Comprehensive Survey (1976) Editor: Eva Crane

A Book of Honey (1980) Eva Crane

Honey for Health (1980) Cecil Tonsley

Bee Produce - Producing Preparing Exhibiting and Judging (1948) W Herrod-Hempsall

How to Raise Beautiful Comb honey (1977) Richard Taylor

Honey Shows - bulletins 1 to 6 (undated) compiled by National Honey Show

Honey in the Kitchen (1978) Joyce White

Mary Workman's Honey Recipes (1974) Compiled by Clara A Furness

Collected Honey Recipes various authors

All about Mead (1971) S W Andrews

Making Mead (1969) Bryan Acton and Peter Duncan

The Pollen Loads of the Honeybee (1952) Dorothy Hodges

A colour guide to pollen loads of the honey bee (1994) William Kirk

About Pollen (1971) G J Binding

Pollen and its Harvesting (1976) Bee Research Association

How to Make Beeswax Candles (undated) Clara Furness

Beeswax Crafts (1996) ed Search Press

Beeswax Molding & Candle Making (undated) Richard Taylor

Beeswax (1981) Ron Brown

Bee Propolis (2001) James Fearnley

The Lives of Wasps and Bees (1969) Sir Christopher Andrews

The Wasps (1973) Howard E Evans and Mary Jane West Eberhard

The Insect Societies (1972) Edward O Wilson

Bees and Mankind (1982) John B Free

Bees of the World (1991) Christopher O'Toole & Anthony Raw

The Red Mason Bee (2000) Christopher O'Toole

The World of Bees (1959) Gilbert Nixon

The Bee Community (1948) F H Metcalf

The Life of the Bumblebee (1978) D V Alford

Bumblebees (1975) D V Alford

Bumblebees (2002) Christopher O'Toole

The Humble Bee (1989) F W L Sladen

The World of the Honeybee (1954) Colin G Butler

The Dark European Honeybee (1990) Eric Milner & John E Dews

The Bee Book (1976) Daphne Moore

The World of Bees (1965) Murray Hoyt Sterns Bemerkungen über Bienen (1971) (written in German) Horst Stern

The Honey-bee; its Natural History, Habits, Anatomy and Microscopical Beauties (1860) James Samuelson

The Social Organisation of Honeybees (1977) John B Free

Bees: Their Vision, Chemical Senses and Language (1968) Karl von Frisch

Bees (1951) I Khalifman

The World of a Beehive (1979) John Powell

The Dance Language & Orientation of Bees (1967) Karl von Frisch

The Wisdom of the Hive (1995) Thomas D Seeley

The Legend of the Hive (1988) Maria Owsianka

The Key of the Hive (1945) J M Dunning

The Anatomy, Physiology and Natural History of the Honey Bee (1943) W Herrod-Hempsall

Anatomy and Dissection of the Honeybee (1962) H A Dade Anatomy of the Honey Bee (1976) R E Snodgrass

The Honey Bee: its Natural History, Anatomy, and Physiology ( 1904) T W Cowan

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