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Contributions to the study of the genetics and evolutionary biology of bumble bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae)



Contributions to the study of the genetics and evolutionary biology of bumble bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae)



Contributions to the study of the genetics and evolutionary biology of bumble bees Hymenoptera: Apidae:



A study of some genetically determined traits of bumble bees gave the following results. (1) Pile colour dimorphism in Bombus melanopygus is controlled by a single gene locus with red dominant to black. The similar red/black dimorphism in B. rufocinctus is controlled by at least two loci, with additional environmental and/or genetic modification. The red alleles are dominant and epistatic to the black ones.

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