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DÃaz, P. C., C. Grüter & W. M. Farina, 2007. Floral scents affect the distribution of hive bees around dancers. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 61(10): 1589-1597. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00265-007-0391-5].

Dadant & Sons (eds.), 1975. The Hive and the Honey Bee. Dadant & Sons, Hamilton, Ill. 740 p.

Dade,  H.  A.  1962.  Anatomy  and  Dissection  of  the  Honeybee.  International  Bee  Research Association,  London. 158 pages.  

Dafni, A. & M. Giurfa, 1998. Nectar guides and insect pattern recognition - a reconsideration. Anais do Encontro sobra Abelhas, pp. 55-66.

Dafni, A. & Giurfa, M. 1999. Evolutionary Theory and Processes - Modern Perspectives. Wasser, S. & May, R. (eds.) (Oxford University Press).

Dafni, A., M. Giurfa & R. Menzel, 1997. Insect vision and flower recognition. Isr. J. Plant Science 45: 79-278.

Dafni, A. & P. G. Kevan, 1994. An hypothesis on complementary amino acids in nectar. Evolutionary Theory 10: 259-260. 

Dafni, A. & P. G. Kevan, 1995. Hypothesis on adaptive features of the compound eye of bees: flower-specific specializations. Evolutionary Ecology 9: 236-241. 

Dafni, A., Lehrer, M. & P. G. Kevan,  1997.  Spatial flower parameters and insect spatial vision.  Biological Research 72: 239-282.

Dag, A. 2008. Bee pollination of crop plants under environmental conditions unique to enclosures. Journal of apicultural research 47(2): 162-165.

Dag, A., C. Degani & S. Gazit, 2001. In-hive pollen transfer in mango. Acta Horticulturae No. 561: 61-65.

Dag, A., A. E. Fetscher, O. Afik, Y. Yeselson, A. Schaffer, Y. Kamer, N. M. Waser, M. A. Madore, M. L. Arpaia, R. Hofshi & S. Shafir, 2003. Honey bee (Apis meliffera) strains differ in avocado (Persea Americana) nectar foraging preference. Apidologie 34(3): 299-309.

Dag, A. & S. Gazit, 2000. Mango pollinators in Israel. Journal of Applied Horticulture (Lucknow) 2(1): 39-43.

Dag, A. & Y.  Kammer, 2001. Comparison between the effectiveness of honey bee (Apis mellifera) and bumble bee (Bombus terrestris) as pollinators of greenhouse sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum). American Bee Journal  June, 2001:  447. 

Dag, A., Y. Kammer, O. Afik, H. Kalev, S. Sshafir, A. Schaffer, Y. Yeselson, H. Efrat, Y. Alabezki, M. Noy & K. Lahav, 2001. Genetic background of preference of honey bees for avocado bloom. Alon Hanotea 55(11): 485-488.

Dag, A., E. Lior & A. Ohad, 2002. Pollination of confection sunflowers (Helianthus annuus L.) by honey bees (Apis mellifera L.). American Bee Journal142(6): 443-445.

Dag,  A., S. A. Weinbaum, R. W. Thorp & D. Eisikowitch,  2000. Pollen dispensers (inserts) increase fruit set and yield in almonds under some commercial conditions. Journal of Apicultural Research 39(3/4): 117-123.

Dag, A., Y. Zvieli, O. Afik & Y. Elkind, 2007. Honeybee pollination affects fruits characteristics of sweet pepper under net-houses. International journal of vegetable science 13(4): 45-59. [ER: http://www.haworthpress.com/web/IJVS].

D'Agaro, M. 2001a. Apiculture in the mountains. Management of the colony for honey production - spring. Notiziario ERSA 14(1): 30-33.

D'Agaro, M. 2001b. Mountain apiculture. Colony management for production of honey in Winter. Notiziario ERSA 14(5): 45-47.

Daher, E. de F., G. B. da Silva Junior, G. P. Bezerra, L. B. Pontes, A. M. C. Martins & J. A. Guimaraes, 2003. Acute renal failure after massive honeybee stings. Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 45(1):45-50.

Dahlbom, G. 1832. Bombi Scandinaviæ monographice tractati et ionibus illustrati. 55 pp. London. 

Dahlbom, G. 1835. Clavis novi hymenopterorum systematis ….  Berlin, Lund. Pp. 1-40.

D’Albore, G.R.  1986.  Bombus Latr. e Psithyrus Lep. in Umbria. Redia 69: 171-256.

D'Alessandro, B., K. Antúnez, C. Piccini & P. Zunino, 2007. DNA extraction and PCR detection of Paenibacillus larvae spores from naturally contaminated honey and bees using spore-decoating and freeze-thawing techniques. World journal of microbiology & biotechnology 23(4): 593-597. [ER: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11274-006-9261-y].

Dalby, R. 2000. A trio of spring bee plants: prairie crocus, skunk cabbage, and manzanita. American Bee Journal 140(2): 147-149.

Dalby, R. 2001. Thoughts on bees and their keepers. American Bee Journal  141: 283-286.

Dalby, R. 2004. A classic American honey plant: gall berry. American bee journal 144(6): 459-461.

Dalby, R. 2005a. Clovers? No! Honey plants? Yes! Mexican clover and jackass clover. American bee journal 145(10): 828-830.

Dalby, R. 2005b. Four mints for your bee garden. American bee journal 145(5): 403-405.

Dale,  D.  1975. Studies on the inhibition of cholinesterase from Indian honey bee, Apis indica. Pesticides 9(2): 25.

Dale, D. & J. Aird, 2004. Biological hazards. Grounds maintenance 39(2): C12, C14-C16.   

Dale, D. & K. N. Mehrotra, 1976. Studies on the inhibition on honeybee cholinesterase by carbamates. Entomon 1(1): 39-42.

Dallacqua, R. P., Z. L. P. Simões & M. M. G. Bitondi, 2007. Vitellogenin gene expression in stingless bee workers differing in egg-laying behavior. Insectes Sociaux 54(1): 70-76. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00040-007-0913-1].

Dalla Torre, K. W. (C. G. de) von, 1879. Bermerkungen zur Gattung Bombus Latr. I. Bericht der Naturwissenschaftlich-medizinischen Vereins in Innsbruck 8(1877): 3-21.

Dalla Torre, K. W. (C. G. de) von, 1880. Unsere Hummel- (Bombus) Arten. Der Naturhistoriker 2: 30, 40-41.

Dalla Torre, K. W. (C. G. de) von, 1882. Bermerkungen zur Gattung Bombus Latr., II. Bericht des Naturwissenschaftlich-medizinischen Vereins in Innsbruck 12: 14-31.

Dalla Torre, K. W. (C. G. de) von, 1886. Ein Beitrag zur Insektenbiologie. Ein Beitrag zur Tierpsychologie, Kosmos 18: 12-19. [Bombus].

Dalla Torre, K. W. (C. G. de) von, 1890. Hymenopterologische Notizen [New signs for distinguishing the sexes.]. Wiener Entomologische Zeitung (Vienna) 9:  97, 139-141.

Dalla Torre, K. W. (C. G. de) von, 1891.  DieGattungen und Arten der Phileremiden Bericht des Naturwissenschaftlich- Medezinischen Vereins in Innsbruck 19: 137-159.

Dalla Torre, K. W. (C. G. de) von, 1892.  Hymenopterologische Notizen.  Wiener Entomologische Zeitung (Vienna) 11: 89-93.

Dalla Torre, K. W. (C. G. de) von, 1896. Catalogus hymenopterorum hucusque descriptorum systematicus et synonymicus. Volumen X: Apidae (Anthophila). viii+1-643 pp. Sumptibus Gulilmi Englemann, Lipsiae.

Dalla Torre, K. W. (C. G. de) von, 1902.  Interessante nestanlagen von Odynerua parietum (L.) und Anthidium oblongatum Latreille. Wiener Entomologische Zeitung 21: 21-22.

Dalla Torre, C.G. de & H. Friese,  1894 (1895). Synonymischer Katalog der europäischen Sammelbienen.  Entomologische Nachrichten 21: 21-26, 37-50, 53-62, 69-80.

Daly, H. V. 1952.  Records of the palearctic Megachile rotundata in the United States (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).  Entomological News 63(8): 210-211.

Daly, H. V. 1955. A comparative survey of the sting of aculeate Hymenoptera.  M. A. thesis, University of Kansas (MS, 60 type- written pages, 2 tables, 73 figures). 

Daly, H. V. 1960. Postembryonic development of the mesosoma and wings of the honeybee, Apis mellifera L.  (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Ph.D. thesis, University of Kansas [MS, 104 typewritten pages, 1 table, 58 figures; Dissertation Abstracts., 1961, 21(9): 2832].

Daly, H. V. 1961.  Biological observations on Hemihalictus lustrans, with a description of the larva (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 34(3): 134-141.

Daly, H. V. 1963.       Close-packed and fibrillar muscles of the Hymenoptera.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 56: 295-306.

Daly, H. V. 1964.  Skeleto-muscular morphogenesis of the thorax and wings of the honeybee, Apis mellifera. University of California Publications in Entomology 39: 1-77.

Daly, H. V. 1965. Skeleto-muscular morphogenesis in the thorax of the Hymenoptera.  Proceedings of the XIIth International Congress of Entomology, London, 1964, p. 151.

Daly, H. V. 1966a.  Biological studies on Ceratina dallatorreana, an alien bee in California which reproduces by parthenogenesis.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 59(6): 1138-1154.

Daly, H. V. 1966b. Distributional patterns of selected western North American insects, Distributional patterns of bees of the genus Ceratina. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 12(2): 114.

Daly, H. V. 1971.  Bees of the genus Ceratina in America North of Mexico (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).  Publ. Entomol. [Incomplete].

Daly, H. V. 1972. L. H. Shinners' Collection of Anthophilus Hymenoptera in Dallas Museum of Natural History.  Madrono 21(8): 515.

Daly, H. V. 1973a.  Bees of the genus Ceratina in America north of Mexico.  University of Californaia Publications in Entomology 74: 1-113.

Daly, H. V. 1973b. Lectotype designations of African bees of the genus Ceratina and allies (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Pan- Pacific Entomologist 45(4): 383-388.

Daly, H. V. 1975. Identifizierung Afrikanisierter Bienen mit hilfe der Morphometrie.  Apimondia Congress (Grenoble, France), 1975: 376-378.

Daly, H. V.  1976. Leucopsis klugii (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea) reared from Xylocopa brasilianorum (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) in Costa Rica. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 52(4): 271.  

Daly, H. V. 1978. Discriminant analysis of Africanized and European honeybees. Apimondia International Symposium on Apiculture in Hot Climate, Florianbopolis 1978, Brazil.  Apic. Clim. Quente Api. Hot Clim. 1978[1979]: 93-95.  

Daly, H. V. 1979. Discriminant analysis of Africanized and European honey bees Apis mellifera, races. Apic. Clim. Quente Api. Hot Clim.  [1978] 1979: 93-95.

Daly, H. V. 1983a.  Taxonomy and ecology of Ceratinini of North Africa and the Iberian Peninsula (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).  Systematic Entomology 8(1): 29-62.

Daly, H. V.  1983b.  Bees of the genus Pithitis from northeast Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 56: 499-505.

Daly, H. V. 1984. An automated procedure for identification of honeybees.  Proc. of the XVII International Congress of Entomology, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany, p. 507.

Daly, H. V. 1985a.  Bees of the genus Megaceratina in equatorial Africa.  Pan-Pacific Entomologist 61(4): 339-344.

Daly, H. V. 1985b. Insect morphometrics. Annual Review of Entomology 30: 415-438. [Literature review, includes 179 references.].

Daly, H. V.  1988a. Overview of the identification of Africanized honey bees. Pp. 245-249. In: Needham, G.R. (ed.), Africanized honey bees and bee mites. E. Horwood, Chichester, West Sussex, England.

Daly, H. V. 1988b.  Bees of the new genus Ctenoceratina in Africa south of the Sahara.  University of California Publications in Entomology 108: i-ix + 1-69.

Daly, H. V. 1990. Variation in worker brood cell widths and comb orientation in an exposed honey bee nest in Berkeley, California. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 66(3): 208-211.

Daly, H. V. 1991. Systematics and Identification of Africanized Honey Bees. Pp. 13-44. In: M. Spivak, D. J. C. Fletcher & M. D. Breed (ds.), The African Honey Bee. Westview Press.

Daly, H. V. 1992. A statistical and empirical evaluation of some morphometric variables of honey bee classification. Pp. 127-155. In: J. T. Sorensen & R. G. Footitt (eds.), Ordination Techniques in Entomological Systematics. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam.

Daly, H. V. 1994. Lectotype designations and holotypes for bees of the genus Hylaeus (Nesoprosopis) described from the Hawaiian Islands (Hymenoptera: Colletidae).  The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 70(2): 113-121.

Daly, H. V. & S. S. Balling, 1978. Identification of Africanized honeybees in the Western Hemisphere by discriminant analysis Apis mellifera. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 51(4):  857-869.

Daly, H. V., G. E. Bohart & R. W. Thorp, 1971. Introduction of small carpenter bees into California for pollination. 1. Release of Pithitis smaragdula. Journal of Economic Entomology 64(5): 1145-1150.

Daly, H. V. & R. E. Coville, 1982.  Hylaeus pubescens and associated arthropods at Kilauea, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Hymenoptera: Apoidea and Chalcidoidea; Mesostigmata: Ameroseiidae). Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society 24: 75-81.

Daly, H. V., R. G. Danka, K. Hoelmer, T. E. Rinderer & S. M. Buco, 1995. Honey bee morphometrics: linearity of variables with respect to body size and classification tested with European worker bees reared by varying ratios of nurse bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 34(3): 129-145.

Daly, H. V., D. DeJong & N. D. Stone, 1988. Effect of parasitism by Varroa jacobsoni on morphometrics of Africanized worker honey bees (Acarina, Mesostigmata, Varroidae; Hymenoptera, Apidae). Journal of Apicultural Research.  27: 126-130.

Daly, H. V. & G. R. Else, 1988. Lectotype designations for African bees of the genus Ceratina described by T.D.A. Cockerell (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 64(1): 87-91.

Daly, H. V., K. Hoelmer & P. Gambino, 1991.  Clinal geographic variation in feral honey bees in California, USA.  Apidologie 22: 591-609.

Daly, H. V., K. Hoelmer, P. Norman & T. Allen, 1982. Computer assisted measurement and identification of honey bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 75: 541-594.

Daly, H. V., D. De Jong & N. D. Stone, 1988. Effect of parasitism by Varroa jacobsoni on morphometrics of Africanized worker honeybees. Journal of Apicultural Research 27(2): 126-130.

Daly, H. V. & Karl N. Magnacca, 2003. Hawaiian Hylaeus (Nesoprosopis) bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Insects of Hawaii 17: 1-237.

Daly, H. V. & K. N. Magnacca, 2003. Insects of Hawaii vol. 17. Hawaiian Hylaeus (Nesoprosopis) Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu. 234 pages. 

Daly, H. V., C. D. Michener, J. S. Moure & S. F. Sakagami, 1987.  The relictual bee genus Manuelia and its relation to other Xylocopinae.  Pan-Pacific Entomologist 63(2): 102-124.

Daly, H. V. & R. A. Morse, 1991. Abnormal sizes of worker honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) reared from drone comb (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Journal of The Kansas Entomological Society 64(2): 193-196.

Daly, H. V. & O. W. Richards,  1970. Clavicera Latreille, April 1802 (Insecta, Hymenoptera): Proposed suppression under the plenary powers in favor of Ceratina Latreille, October 1802 - September 1803.  Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 27(2): 121-122.

Daly, H. V., G. I. Stage & T. Brown, 1967.  Natural enemies of bees of the genus Ceratina (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 60: 1273-1282.

Dampney, J. R., A. B. Barron & B. P. Oldroyd, 2002. Policing of adult honey bees with activated ovaries is error prone. Insectes Sociaux 49(3): 270-274.

Dampney, J. R., A. B. Barron & B. P. Oldroyd, 2004. Measuring the cost of worker reproduction in honeybees: work tempo in an "anarchic" line. Apidologie 35(1): 83-88.

Damus, M. S. & G. W. Otis, 1997. A morphometric analysis of Apis cerana F and Apis nigrocincta Smith populations from southeast Asia. Apidologie 28: 309-323.

Danforth, B. N. 1989a.  The evolution of hymenopteran wings: the importance of size.  Journal of Zoology: Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 218(2): 247-276.

Danforth, B. N. 1989b. Nesting behavior of four species of Perdita (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 62(1): 59-79.

Danforth, B. N. 1990.  Provisioning behavior and estimation of investment ratios in a solitary bee, Calliopsis (Hypomacrotera) persimilis (Cockerell) (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae).  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 27(3): 159-168.

Danforth, B. N. 1991a.  Phylogeny of the bee genus Perdita. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Kansas, Lawrence. viii + 202 pp.

Danforth, B. N. 1991b. The morphology and behavior of dimorphic males of Perdita portalis (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae).  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 29(4): 235-247.

Danforth, B. N. 1991c.  Female foraging and intranest behavior of a communal bee, Perdita portalis (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 84(5): 537-548.

Danforth, B. N. 1994. Taxonomic review of Calliopsis subgenus Hypomacrotera (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae), with special emphasis on the distribution and host plant associations.  Pan-Pacific Entomologist 70(4): 283-300.

Danforth, B.  N. 1996.  Phylogenetic analysis and taxonomic revision of the Perdita subgenera Macrotera, Macroteropsis, Macroterella and CockerellulaUniversity of Kansas Science Bulletin 55: 635-692.

Danforth, B. N. 1999. Emergence dynamics and bet hedging in a desert bee, Perdita portalis. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Biological Sciences  266(1432): 1985-1994.

Danforth,  B. N. 2002. Evolution of sociality in a primitively eusocial lineage of bees. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 99(1): 286-290.

Danforth, B. N., L. Conway & S. Q. Li, 2003. Phylogeny of eusocial Lasioglossum reveals multiple losses of eusociality within a primitively eusocial clade of bees (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Systematic Biology 52(1): 23-36.

Danforth, B. N. & C. R. Freeman-Gallant, 1996. DNA fingerprinting data and the problem of non-independence among pairwise comparisons. Molecular Ecology 5(2): 221-227.

Danforth B. N. & S. Ji, 1998. Elongation factor-1 alpha occurs as two copies in bees: implications for phylogenetic analysis of EF-1 alpha sequences in insects. Mol. Biol. Evol. 15(3): 225-235.

Danforth B. N. & S. Ji, 2001. Australian Lasioglossum + Homalictus form a monophyletic group: resolving the "Australian enigma".
Syst. Biol. 50(2): 268-283.

Danforth, B. N. & C. D. Michener, 1988.  Wing folding in Hymenoptera.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 81: 342-349.

Danforth, B. N., P. L. Mitchell & L. Packer,  1998. Mitochondrial DNA differentiation between two cryptic Halictus (Hymenoptera; Halictidae) species. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 91(4): 387-391.

Danforth, B. N. &  J. L. Neff, 1992.  Male polymorphism and Polyethism in Perdita texana (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 85(5): 616-626.

Danforth, B. N.,  J. L. Neff & P. Burretto-Ko, 1996.  Nest-mate relatedness in a communal bee, Perdita texana (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae), based on DNA fingerprinting.  Evolution 50(1): 276-284.

Danforth, B. N., H. Sauquet & L. Packer, 1999. Phylogeny of the bee genus Halictus (Hymenoptera; Halictidae) based on parsimony and likelihood analyses of nuclear EF-1α sequence data. . Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 60: 605-618.

Danforth, B. N. & P. K. Vissscher,  1993. Dynamics of a host-cleptoparasite relationship: Holcopasites ruthae as a parasite of Calliopsis pugionis (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae, Andrenidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 86(6): 833-840.  

Danforth, B. N. & W. T. Wcislo, 1999. Two new and highly apomorphic species of the Lasioglossum subgenus Evylaeus (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) from Central America. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 92(5): 624-630.

Danka, R. G. 1987. Flight characteristics of foraging Africanized and European honey bees. American Bee Journal 127(12): 842-843.

Danka, R. G. 2005. High levels of cotton pollen collection observed for honeybees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in south-central Louisiana. Journal of entomological science 40(3): 316-326.

Danka, R. G. & L. D. Beaman, 2007. Flight activity of USDA-ARS Russian honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) during pollination of Lowbush Blueberries in Maine. Journal of economic entomology 100(2): 267-272. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1603/0022-493(2007)100[267:FAOURH]2.0.CO;2 ;
http://hdl.handle.net/10113/4363].

Danka, R. G., C. H. Collins & L. A. Hull, 1985. Honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) foraging during bloom in dimethoate-treated apple orchards. Journal of Economic Entomology 78(5): 1042-1047.

Danka, R. G. & N. E. Gary,  1987.  Estimating foraging populations of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) from individual colonies.  Journal of Economic Entomology 80(2): 544-547.

Danka, R. G., R. L. Hellmich II,  A. M. Collins,  T. E. Rinderer &  V .L. Wright,  1990. Flight characteristics of foraging Africanized and European honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Annals of The Entomological Society of America 83(4): 855-859.

Danka, R. G., R. L. Hellmich &  T. E. Rinderer, 1992. Nest usurpation, supersedure and colony failure contribute to Africanization of commercially managed European honey bees in Venezuela. Journal of Apicultural Research  31(3/4): 119-123.

Danka, R. [G.], J. Harris, K. Ward & R. Ward, 2008. Status of bees with the trait of varroa-sensitive hygiene (VSH) for varroa resistance. American bee journal 148(1): 51-54.

Danka, R. G. & T. E. Rinderer, 1986. Africanized bees and pollination. American Bee Journal 126(10): 680-682.

Danka, R. G. & T. E. Rinderer, 1988. Social reproductive parasitism by Africanized honey bees. Pp. 214-222. In: Needham, G.R. (ed.), Africanized honey bees and bee mites. E. Horwood, Chichester, West Sussex, England.

Danka, R. G., T. E. Rinderer, A. M. Collins & R. L. Hellmich II,  1987. Responses of Africanized honey bees  (Hymenoptera: Apidae) to  pollination-management  stress. Journal of Economic Entomology 80(3): 621-624. 

Danka, R. G., T. E. Rinderer, A. M. Collins & R. L. I. I. Hellmich, 1988. Comparative rates of recruitment to pollen sources by Africanized and European honey bees (Apis mellifera L.).  Apidologie19(3): 255-258. 

Danka, R. G., T. E. Rinderer, R. L. Hellmich &  A. M. Collins, 1986. Comparative toxicities of four topically applied insecticides to Africanized and European honey bees (Apis mellifera) (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 79(1): 18-21. 

Danka, R. G., T. E. Rinderer, V. N. Kuznetsov & G. T. Delatte 1995. A USDA-ARS project to evaluate resistance to Varroa jacobsoni by honey bees of Far-Eastern Russia. American Bee Journal 135: 746-748.

Danka, R. G. & J. D. Villa, 1996a. Influence of resistant honey bee hosts on the life history of the parasite Acarapis woodi. Exper. & Appl. Acarology 20: 313-322. 

Danka, R. G. & J. D. Villa, 1996b. Comparative susceptibility of Africanized honey bees from south Texas to infestation by Acarapis woodi Southwestern Entomologist 21: 451-456.

Danka, R. [G.] & J. Villa, 1998. Evidence of autogrooming as a mechanism of honey bee resistance to tracheal mite infestation. Journal of Apicultural Research 37(1): 39-46.

Danka, R. [G.] & J. Villa, 2000. Inheritance of resistance to Acarapis woodi in first generation crosses of honey bees. Journal of Economic Entomology 93(6) : 1602-1605.

Danka, R. G. & J. D. Villa, 2005. An association in honey bees between autogrooming and the presence of migrating tracheal mites. Apidologie 36(3): 331-334.

Danka, R. G., J. L. Williams, C. W. Harmon, T. E. Rinderer &  H.F. Morris, 1991. Doses  and  residues  of   acephate   baits  used to  eradicate undesirable honey bees:  a hazard  assessment. Bulletin  of  Environmental Contamination  and Toxicology 47(3): 422-427.

Danka, R. G., J. L. Williams & T. E. Rinderer, 1990. A bait station for survey and detection of honey bees. Apidologie 21(4): 287-292.

Danka, R. G., J. L. Williams, E. A. Sugden & R. Rivera, 1992. Field tests of an acephate baiting system designed for eradicating undesirable honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae).Journal of Economic Entomology 85(4): 1104-1111.

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Donovan, B. J. 1975b. Bees of the world. Part VI. Leafcutter bees in New Zealand. The New Zealand Beekeeper 37(2): 43-50.

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Donovan, B. J. 1976b. The sting of the honey bee. School Journal 2: 20-22.

Donovan, B. J. 1976c. Lucerne pollination. Pp. 230-240. In: Ferro, D. N. (ed.),  New Zealand Insect Pests. Lincoln University College of Agriculture, New Zealand.

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Donovan, B. J. 1978. Anaphylactic shock and strong cardiac stimulation caused by stings of Bombus terrestris (Hymenoptera: Apidae). New Zealand Entomologist 6(4): 385-389.

Donovan, B. J. 1979a. Importation, establishment and propagation of the alkali bee Nomia melanderi Cockerell (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) in New Zealand. Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Pollination. Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station Special Miscellaneous Publication 1: 257-268.

Donovan, B. J. 1979b. Vitex negundo incisa, its potential for bee forage in New Zealand (Verbenaceae). Proceedings of Alternative Land Uses in New Zealand, Lincoln College: 4 pp.

Donovan, B. J. 1979c.  The correct names of the megachilid bee introduced for lucerne pollination. New Zealand Entomologist 7(1): 63.

Donovan, B. J. 1979d. Leafcutting bee life history, allocation details and management techniques. Entomology Division DSIR, Lincoln: 1-22.

Donovan, B. J. 1980. Interactions between native and introduced bees in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 3: 104- 116.

Donovan, B. J. 1981. Integrated bug control in lucerne seed crops. New Zealand Farmer, January: 18- 19.

Donovan, B. J. 1982. Leaf cutting bees in the lucerne fields. School Journal 4(2): 17-20.

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Donovan, B. J. 1983b. Kiwifruit pollination. Pp. 18-24. In: Matheson, A.G. (Ed.), Proceedings of MAF beekeepers' seminar, MAF, Nelson.

Donovan, B. J. 1983c. The common wasp is here. The New Zealand Beekeeper 180: 9-10.  

Donovan, B. J. 1983d. Occurrence of the Australian bee Hyleoides concinna (Hymenoptera: Colletidae) in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 10: 345-348.

Donovan, B. J. 1984. Additional records of birds consuming bees. The Apiarist 37(5): 5.

Donovan, B. J. 1986. Sources of exotic honeydew in New Zealand. The New Zealand Beekeeper 191 [Spring]: 31-32.

Donovan, B. J. 1987. Give native bees a helping hand. New Zealand Kiwifruit, May:19-20 and 22.

Donovan, B. J. 1988a. Efficacy of leafcutting bees as pollinators of lucerne in New Zealand. Proceedings of the 5th Australasian Conference on Grassland Invertebrate Ecology: 257-264.

Donovan, B. J. 1988b. Occurrence of Xylocopa sonorina Smith in New Zealand. Melissa 3: 21.

Donovan, B. J. 1990: Selection and importation of new pollinators to New Zealand. New Zealand Entomologist 13: 24-30. 

Donovan, B. J. 1991. Wasp and bee research at DSIR, Lincoln. The New Zealand Beekeeper 211 [Spring]: 23-25.

Donovan, B. J. 1993. History and utilisation of imported bumble bees in New Zealand. Honey Bee Science 14(4): 145-152. [In Japanese].

Donovan, B. J. 1994.  Bombus terrestris in Tasmania (Australia). BumbleBee Quest 1: 3.

Donovan, B. J. 1995. Nesting by the immigrant Delta latreillei (Saussure) (Hymenoptera: Eumenidae) at Napier and Lyttelton, New Zealand. New Zealand Entomologist 18: 45-50.

Donovan, B. J. 1996a.  Progress with biological control of wasps. Part Two. The New Zealand Beekeeper 3(5): 12-13.

Donovan, B. J. 1996b. Progress with biological control of wasps. Part One. The New Zealand Beekeeper 3(4): 14- 15.

Donovan, B. J. 1999c. Biological control of wasps: progress and plans. The New Zealand Beekeeper 6(9): 10-12.

Donovan, B. J. 2000a. A comprehensive honey bee dance and odour 'language' hypothesis. Bee World 81(1): 5- 10.

Donovan, B. J. 2000b. Correction of errors in two recent wasp-related papers from Landcare Research Ltd. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 27: 71-73.

Donovan, B. J. 2000c: Could pseudoscorpions from South African beehives control our varroa? The New Zealand Beekeeper 7(6): 22-23.

Donovan, B. J. 2000d: NZ pseudoscorpion find. The New Zealand Beekeeper 8(1): 14.

Donovan, B. J. 2000e: The Japanese mason bee Osmia cornifrons could pollinate our fruit flowers. The Orchardist 73(10): 46-47.

Donovan, B. J. 2001a. Calculated value of nests of the long-tongued bumble bee Bombus hortorum , for pollination of tetraploid red clover, Trifolium pratense. Acta Horticulturae 561: 293-296.

Donovan, B. J. 2001b. Is the wasp parasitoid Sphecophaga vesparum vesparum controlling wasps? The New Zealand Beekeeper 8(8): 8-9.

Donovan, B. J. 2001c. Laboratory tests show that some new spray adjuvants are benign to honey bees. The Orchardist 74(5): 38-39.

Donovan, B. J. 2001d. The Japanese mason bee, Osmia cornifrons could pollinate our fruit flowers. Quandong 27(1): 30-31 .

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Donovan, B. J. [In Press]. Potential manageable exploitation of social wasps, Vespula spp. (Hymenoptera: Vespidae), as generalist predators of insect pests. International Journal of Pest Management.

Donovan, B. J. & G. Elliott, 2001. Honey bee response to high concentrations of some spray adjuvants. New Zealand Plant Protection 54: 51-55.

Donovan, B. J. & R. P. Macfarlane, 1971. A nest of Bombus hortorum  (Hymenoptera) in a fur coat in New Zealand. New Zealand Entomologist 5(1): 83-84.

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Donovan, B. J. & F. Paul, 2005. Pseudoscorpions: the forgotten beneficials inside bee-hives and their potential for management for control of varroa and other arthropod pests. Bee world 86(4): 83-87.  

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Donovan, B. J. & P. E. C. Read, 1983. Alkali bee establishment and maintenance for lucerne pollination. Entomology Division  DSIR, Lincoln, second edition revised: 11 pp.

Donovan, B. J. & P. E. C. Read, 1984. Leafcutting bees, wasps, and alkali bees, pp. 11-16. In: Read, P. E. C. (Ed.) Pollination Report 6, Entomology Division, DSIR Lincoln: 24pp.

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