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Honeybee foraging strategies at a food source in relation to its distance from the hive and the rate of sugar flow



Honeybee foraging strategies at a food source in relation to its distance from the hive and the rate of sugar flow



Journal of Apicultural Research, 213: 139-150



Time spent at the food source (visit-time) and quantity of sugar solution collected during the visit (honey-sac or crop load) were measured in honeybees conditioned to visit an artificial source of sucrose solution giving a controlled rate of flow.

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DOI: 10.1080/00218839.1982.11100531



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