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Sustainable honey bee activity in Lo Blanco, V Region of Chile



Sustainable honey bee activity in Lo Blanco, V Region of Chile



Ciencia e Investigacion Agraria 22(1/2): 44-48



Species of the local flora, utilized by Apis mellifera, were identified as a source of pollen and nectar through periodical samples of corbicular pollen and nectar obtained from hives located at Lo Blanco, V Region of Chile.

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