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Control of the filling of its honey sac by a honeybee about to take flight

Control of the filling of its honey sac by a honeybee about to take flight

Allgemeine Deutsche Imkerzeitung 13: 169-175; 206-211; 240-242

This study was the subject of a dissertation (1978), and part of the work is reported in the previous abstract.

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