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Mating behavior of drones in a confined mating chamber



Mating behavior of drones in a confined mating chamber



American Bee Journal 131(12): 782



Up to 5 queens were suspended simultaneously from a wire carousel 2-6 inches below the top centre of a small domed chamber. The behaviour of drones released into the chamber was observed to follow set, sequential events.

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