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Pollination of lucerne by honeybees and other Apoidea


Pollination of lucerne by honeybees and other Apoidea



Nauchnye Doklady Vyssher Shkoly, Biologicheskie Nauki 3: 51-54



Statistical data on the pollinating activities of honeybees, Melitta leporina, Rophitoides canus, and Melitturga clavicornis, are presented in tabular form. These include the percentage of ripe pods of lucerne, and the number of seeds per pod resulting from visits by the various bees, also the daily number of hours each species worked, the number of flowers opened per female in a given time, and the number of pods and seeds developed per day.

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