EurekaMag
+ Translate
+ Most Popular
The pigeon tick (Argas reflexus): its biology, ecology, and epidemiological aspects
Prevalence of hemoglobin abnormalities in Kebili (Tunisian South)
Lipogranuloma: a preventable complication of dacryocystorhinostomy
Value of basal plasma cortisol assays in the assessment of pituitary-adrenal insufficiency
Bees from the Belgian Congo. The acraensis group of Anthophora
Placing gingival retraction cord
Total serum IgE, allergy skin testing, and the radioallergosorbent test for the diagnosis of allergy in asthmatic children
Acariens plumicoles Analgesoidea parasites des oiseaux du Maroc
Injuries of terminal phalanges of the fingers in children
Biology of flowering and nectar production in pear (Pyrus communis)
Das Reliktvorkommen der Aspisviper (Vipera aspis L.) im Schwarzwald
Hydrological modelling of drained blanket peatland
Pathologic morphology and clinical significance of the anomalous origin of the left circumflex coronary artery from the right coronary artery. General review and autopsy analysis of 30 cases
Cyto genetic analyses of lymphocyte cultures after exposure to calcium cyclamate
Axelrodia riesei, a new characoid fish from Upper Rio Meta in Colombia With remarks concerning the genus Axelrodia and description of a similar, sympatric, Hyphessobrycon-species
Favorable evolution of a case of tuberculosis of pancreas under antibiotic action
RIFM fragrance ingredient safety assessment, Valencene, CAS Registry Number 4630-07-3
Parenteral microemulsions: an overview
Temperate pasture: management for grazing and conservation
Evaluation of a new coprocessed compound based on lactose and maize starch for tablet formulation
Thermal expansion and cracking of three confined water-saturated igneous rocks to 800C
Revision of the genera of the tribe Stigmoderini (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) a discussion of phylogenetic relationships
Anal tuberculosis. Report of a case
Gastric tuberculosis in the past and present
Adaptive responses of the cardiovascular system to prolonged spaceflight conditions: assessment with Holter monitoring

Comparative foraging behaviour of Indian honey bee, Apis cerana F. and European bee, Apis mellifera L


Comparative foraging behaviour of Indian honey bee, Apis cerana F. and European bee, Apis mellifera L



Insect Environment 6(4): 165



The foraging behaviour of European bee, Apis mellifera and the native bees, A. cerana in India were studied. Four colonies each of both the species with 6 frame strength were selected for observation. A. cerana moved out early in summer but late in winter compared to A. mellifera.

Accession: 003685277

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

Related references

Studies on the management of the Indian honey bee, Apis cerana indica F. and the European honey bee, Apis mellifera L. in rubber plantations. Rubber Board Bulletin 27(2): 5-6, 1995

Abundance and foraging behaviour of honey-bees (Apis cerana indica F. and Apis mellifera L.) on selected mid-hill flora. Indian Bee Journal 56(1/2): 72-75, 1994

Comparative studies on the mating system of the Japanese honey bee, Apis cerana japonica Radoszkowski, and the European honey bee, Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Tamagawa Daigaku Nogakuba Kenkyu Hokoku = Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Tamagawa University 35: 159-208, 1995

Scanning electron microscopy analysis of honey bees (Apis florea, Apis dorsata, Apis cerana, Apis mellifera, Apis andreniformis and Apis koschevnikovi) stings. Recent advances in toxinology research 2: 193-204, 1992

Comparative studies on foraging behaviour of Apis mellifera and Apis cerana indica on mustard. Indian bee journal 4(4): 91-92, 1982

Beekeeping in the Guangdong Province of China and some observations on the Chinese honey bee Apis cerana cerana and the European honey bee Apis mellifera ligustica. American Bee Journal 126(11): 748-752, 1986

Comparative foraging behaviour of Apis cerana Fabr. and Apis mellifera L. during Isodon rugosus (Wall.) Codd bloom in Kashmir Valley. Indian Bee Journal 51(4): 138-139, 1989

Open-air-nesting honey bees Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa differ from the cavity-nesting Apis mellifera and Apis cerana in brood hygiene behaviour. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 86(1-2): 1-6, 2004

Capped Honey Moisture Content from Four Honey Bee Species; Apis dorsata F., Apis florea F., Apis cerana F, and Apis mellifera L. (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Northern Thailand. Journal of Apiculture 34(2): 157-160, 2019

Comparative foraging behavior of Apis cerana and Apis mellifera on Indian mustard (Brassica juncea var. Khumal Broad Leaf) flower in Kathmandu valley, Nepal. Progressive Horticulture 26(3-4): 214-221, 1994

Comparative morphometric studies on introduced European bee Apis mellifera L. and Indian honeybee Apis cerana indica F. in Himachal Pradesh. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates, New Delhi, February 29 March 4, 1980: 262-277, 1983

Removal of the mite Varroa jacobsoni from the brood of the European honey bee Apis mellifera in foster colonies of the Asian honey bee Apis cerana. Africanized honey bees and bee mites: 430-433, 1988

Further studies on the behaviour of Apis cerana and Apis mellifera foraging on apple flowers. Journal of Apicultural Research 33(3): 175-179, 1994

Foraging behaviour of Apis mellifera L. and Apis cerana indica L. on strawberry. 2007

Foraging behaviour of Apis cerana F. and Apis mellifera L. (Apidae: Hymenoptera) in Majayjay, Laguna. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society 58: 125-138, 1993