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Differentiation and toxicity of taxa of the limetree genus (Tilia) for bumble-bees and other blossom-visiting insects



Differentiation and toxicity of taxa of the limetree genus (Tilia) for bumble-bees and other blossom-visiting insects



Entomologische Nachrichten und Berichte 34(4): 155-158



The nectar of the lime trees Tilia tomentosa, T. petiolaris T. dasystyla, T. X euchlora and hybrids of T. tomentosa and T. petiolaris with T. americana is lethal to insects. T. cordata, T. platyphyllos and their hybrid T.

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