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Do environmental conditions exert an effect on nest-mate recognition in queen rearing honey bees?

Do environmental conditions exert an effect on nest-mate recognition in queen rearing honey bees?

Insectes Sociaux 47(4): 307-312

Experiments were designed to test the hypothesis that restricted resources influence honey bee workers to express a bias towards rearing related larvae more strongly than under favourable conditions.

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DOI: 10.1007/pl00001721

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