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Male reproductive parasitism: a factor in the africanization of European honey-bee populations

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May 31, 1985

Thomas E RindererA M Collins

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Africanized drone honey bees (Apis mellifera) migrate into European honey-bee colonies in large numbers, but Africanized colonies only rarely host drones from other colonies. This migration leads to a strong mating advantage for Africanized bees since it both inhibits European drone pro...read more

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Male reproductive parasitism: a factor in the africanization of European honey-bee populations

Science

May 31, 1985

Thomas E RindererA M Collins

PMID: 17737906

DOI: 10.1126/science.228.4703.1119

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Africanized drone honey bees (Apis mellifera) migrate into European honey-bee colonies in large numbers, but Africanized colonies only rarely host drones from other colonies. This migration leads to a strong mating advantage for Africanized bees since it both inhibits European drone pro...read more

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