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The conundrum of the honey bees: one impediment to the publication of Darwin's theory


Journal of the History of Biology 23(2): 271-290
The conundrum of the honey bees: one impediment to the publication of Darwin's theory
The 'impediment' experienced by Darwin in formulating his theory of evolution centred on the evolution of the 'wonderful instincts' of the social insects, especially the comb-building ability of honey bees. The author addresses 3 questions.

Accession: 002980936

DOI: 10.1007/bf00141472

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