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Behaviour and ecology of the sub-tropical carpenter bee, Xylocopa fenestrata F. 2. Host plant association


, : Behaviour and ecology of the sub-tropical carpenter bee, Xylocopa fenestrata F. 2. Host plant association. Indian Bee Journal 52(1-4): 38-40

Weekly records were kept of plants visited by this bee in Haryana, India. A table lists 44 species (belonging to 16 families) that are major sources of nectar and/or pollen; for each species, its flowering period and its value to bees are given. The list includes 28 crop plants, such as Citrus species and Cucurbitaceae.

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