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  • Lateglacial environmental changes interpreted from fossil coleoptera from St. Bees, Cumbria, NW England in Studies in the Lateglacial of North-West Europe.
  • Coléoptère fossile ; Cumbria ; England ; Géographie physique ; Paléo-écologie ; Paléoclimatologie ; Paléontologie ; Quaternaire zones moyennes ; Royaume-Uni ; Saint Bees ; Tardiglaciaire
  • Follow the flowers : the itinerant bee-keepers of China
  • Although bee keeping and honey production are not long traditions in China, many people from four provinces now move with their hives to find honey sources in flowering plants and to pollinate crops. Two thirds of the honey in China is exported
  • A preliminary report of wild bee fauna on Mt. Usu
  • The bee fauna was surveyed on and around Mt. Usu in 1984, six years after the 1977-78 eruptions of this volcano which has caused faunal and vegetational damage especially around the mountaintop area. In total 46 species of 6 families were obtained
  • OOI-JIN-BEE
  • The Balsas River Basin of southern Mexico has been an important center for the production of honey and vax from the semi-domesticated stingless bee (genera Melipona and Trigona). Now the European honeybee (Apis mellifera) is more widespread
  • as the native bee each year diminishes in importance. - (DWG)
  • The honey bee in New Spain and Mexico
  • The differential radiation of the Colletidae and Halictidae in New Zealand and New Caledonia probably reflects the interactions between the different biologies of the 2 bee families, and the markedly divergent geomorphology, soil structure, climate
  • visit their flowers. Its high reproductive success is due to efficient bee pollination.
  • WORLD SPACE APPEARS TO BE DIVIDED INTO UNEQUALLY STABLE WHOLES WHICH WE SEE AS BEEING STRUCTURES PRODUCED BY THE COMBINED ACTION OF NATURAL SYSTEMS SPATIAL GRADIENT AND OPEN ENERGETIC SYSTEMS. THE LATTER ARE BASED ON THE INTER PLAY OF POPULATION
  • The accidental release of the African honeybee soon after its introduction to Brazil in 1957 led to hybridization with other domestic bees. Its aggressive behavior, competitive advantage on resource utilization and greater reproductive capacity have
  • . Essentially, the problem can be determined as one of production, the impeding factors beeing mainly the socio-economic conditions. - (l'A.).
  • Bees, beekeepers, and bureaucrats : parasitism and the politics of transgenic life
  • Traffic problems are causing a considerable reduction in the well-beeing of people living or staying in cities. All in all it can be expected that the pressure caused by problems of urban development will grow as soon as sector specific and demand
  • In spite of persisting serious disadvantages, the Scottish Highlands and Islands have during the last three to four decades gradually left their bleak past behind and, for the time beeing, stopped the negative down-ward trend. This has been due