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Differences in non-stinging aggressive responses of worker honeybees to diseased and healthy bees in May and July



Differences in non-stinging aggressive responses of worker honeybees to diseased and healthy bees in May and July



Journal of Apicultural Research, 243: 184-187



Data from previous studies by the authors (see AA 1208/84, 488/85) were re-examined and compared with previously unpublished results. Responses of groups of 30 caged worker honeybees to introduced hivemates, intruder bees (healthy non-hivemates) and bees afflicted with chronic bee paralysis were monitored in late May and late July at c. 24.4 degrees C. Bees with paralysis elicited the greatest response in both May and July.

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DOI: 10.1080/00218839.1985.11100669



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