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Contribution to knowledge of the ethology of Apis mellifera during pollen foraging

, : Contribution to knowledge of the ethology of Apis mellifera during pollen foraging. Apicoltore Moderno 77(5): 195-202

Investigations were made in Valle Imagna (Bergamo), Italy, by collecting weekly pollen samples from a hive during March-October 1984.

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