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Eardley, C. D.  1983.  A taxonomic revision of the genus Xylocopa Latreille (Hym., Anthophoridae) in southern Africa.  Entomological Memoir, Department of Agriculture, Republic of South Africa  No. 58: 1-67.

Eardley, C. D. 1987.  Catalogue of Apoidea (Hymenoptera) in Africa south of the Sahara, Part I, the genus Xylocopa Latreille.  Entomological Memoir, Department of Agriculture and Water Supply, Republic of South Africa  No. 70: 1-20.

Eardley, C. D. 1988.  A revision of the genus Lithurge Latreille (Hym., Megachilidae) in sub-saharan Africa.  Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa 51: 251-263.

Eardley, C. D. 1989.  The afrotropical species of Eucara Friese, Tetralonia Spinola and Tetraloniella Ashmead.  Entomological Memoir, Department of Agriculture and Water Supply, Republic of South Africa No. 75: 1-61.

Eardley, C. D. 1991a.  The southern African Panurginae (Andrenidae: Hymenoptera). Phytophylactica 23(2): 115-136.

Eardley, C.  D. 1991b.  The genus Epeolus from subsaharan Africa.  Journal of Natural History 25: 711-731.

Eardley, C. D. 1991c.  The Melectini in subsaharan Africa.  Entomological Memoir, Department of Agriculture and Water Supply, Republic of South Africa No. 82: 1-48.

Eardley, C. D. 1993. The African species of Pachymelus Smith.  Phytophylalctica 25: 217-229.

Eardley, C. D. 1994.  The genus Amegilla Friese (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in Southern Africa. Entomological Memoir, Department of Agriculture and Water Supply, Republic of South Africa No. 91: 1-68.

Eardley, C. D. 1996.  The genus Scrapter Lepeletier & Serville.  African Entomology 4: 37-92.

Eardley, C. D.  &  R. W. Brooks,  1989.  The genus Anthophora Latreille in southern Africa. Entomological Memoir, Department of Agriculture and Water Supply, Republic of South Africa No. 76: 1-55.

Eardley, C. D. & D. J. Brothers, 1997.  Phylogeny of the Ammobatini and revision of the Afrotropical genera.  Journal of Hymenoptera Research 6(2): 353-418.

Eardley, C. D. & M. Schwarz,  1991.  The afrotropical species of Nomada Scopoli (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae).  Phytophylactica 23: 17-27.

Eaton, G. W. & M. V. Smith, 1962.  Fruit pollination.  Publication: Ontario Department of Agriculture No. 172: 1-12.

Ebadah, I. M. A., M. K. Hamdy & M. R. Saleh, 2001. Efficiency of alphaterpineol and piperitone against Varroa jacobsoni Oud. infesting Apis mellifera L. in Kalubia Governorate [Egypt]. Annals of Agricultural Science, Ain Shams Univ. (Egypt). 46(2): 829-839.

Ebadi, R. & N. Gary, 1980a. Factors affecting survival, migration of spermatozoa and the onset of oviposition in instrumentally inseminated queen honeybees. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(2): 96-104.

Ebadi, R. & N. E. Gary, 1980b. Acceptance by honeybee colonies of larvae in artificial queen cells. Journal of Apicultural Research 19(2): 127-132.

Ebadi, R., N. E. Gary & K. Lorenzen, 1980.  Effect of carbon dioxide and low temperature nacrosis on honey bees. Environmental Entomology 9(1): 144-147.

Ebberstein, K. 1956. An estimate of the number of sex alleles in honey bees. Birokteren 93: 13-17.

Eberhard, W. G. 1989.  Group nesting in two species of Euglossa bees. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 61: 406-411.

Ebermann, E. & M. Hall, 2004. First record of sporothecae within the mite family Scutacaridae (Acari, Tarsonemina).  Zoologischer-Anzeiger 242(4): 367-375.

Ebermann, E. & A. Fain, 2002. A new subgenus of phoretic mite (Acari: Scutacaridae) associated with African Halictid bees (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). International Journal of Acarology 28(4): 367-371.

Ebert, P. R., J. P. Hileman IV & H. T. Nguyen, 1995. Primary sequence, copy number, and distribution of mariner transposons in the honey bee. Insect Molecular Biology 4(2): 69-78.

Ebmer, A. W. 1969. Die Bienen des Genus Halictus Latr. s.l. im Grossraum von Linz.  1. Naturkundliches Jahrbuch der Stadt Linz 1969: 133-183. [In German.]

Ebmer, A. W.   1970.  Die Bienen des Genus Halictus Latr. s.l. im Grossraum von Linz. 2.  Naturkundliches Jahrbuch der Stadt Linz 1970: 1-82.  [In German.]

Ebmer, A. W. 1971.  Die Bienen des Genus Halictus Latr. s.l. im Grossraum von Linz. 3. Naturkundliches Jahrbuch der Stadt Linz 1971: 63-156. [In German.]

Ebmer, A. W. 1972a. Neue westpaläarktische Halictidae (Halictidae, Apoidea). Mitteilungen aus dem  Zoologischen Museum in Berlin 48(2): 225-263. 

Ebmer, A. W. 1972b. Revision der von Brullĕ Lucas and Pĕrez beschriebenen westpaläarktischen Halictus-Arten (Halictidae, Halictinae, Apoidea), sowie Festlegung des Lectotypus von Lasioglossum (Evylaeus) angustifrons (Vachal).  Poliskie Pismo Entomologiczne 42: 589-636.

Ebmer, A. W. 1974a. Halictus Latr. et  Lasioglossum Curt., Halictidae, Apoidea, Hymenoptera. In: Beiträge zur Kenntnis der fauna Afghanistans. Časopis Moravskĕho Musea Acta Musei Moraviae 59: 183-210.

Ebmer, A. W. 1974b. The Halictidae of Israel (Hymenoptera, Apoidea), II: Genus Lasioglossum. Israel Journal of Entomology 9: 175-217.

Ebmer, A. W.  1974c.  Die Halictidae Makedoniens (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Acta Musei Macedonici Scientiarum Naturalium 14: 45-66.

Ebmer, A. W. 1974d.  Die Bienen des Genus Halictus Latr. s.l. im Grossraum von Linz.  4. Naturkundliches Jahrbuch der Stadt Linz 1974: 123-163. [In German.].

Ebmer, A. W. 1975a.  Neue westpaläarktische Halictidae (Halictinae, Apoidea), Teil III. Linzer Biologische Beitrage 7: 41-118.

Ebmer, A. W. 1975b. Von Schenck beschriebene Halictidae. Senckenbergiana Biol. 56: 233-246.

Ebmer, A. W.  1976a. Halictus und Lasioglossum aus Marokko. Linzer Biologische Beitrage 8: 205-266.

Ebmer, A. W.  1976b. Liste der mitteleuropäischen Halictus und  Lasioglossum. Linzer Biologische Beitrage 8: 393-405.

Ebmer, A. W. 1977.  Synonymic notes on neotropical Halictidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 50(4): 575-576.

Ebmer, A. W. 1978a.  Die Halictidae der Mandschurei (Apoidea, Hymenoptera). Sonderdruck au Bonner Zoologische Beitrage  29(1-3): 183-221.

Ebmer, A. W. 1978b.  Halictus, Lasioglossum, Rophites und Systropha aus den Iran. (Halictidae, Apoidea) sowie neue Arten aus der Paläaktis. Linzer Biologische Beitrage 10: 1-109.

Ebmer, A. W. 1978c. Die Bienen der Gattungen Halictus Latr., Lasioglossum Curt. und Dufourea Lep. (Hymenoptera, Halictidae) aus Korea. Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis lHungarici 70: 307-319.

Ebmer, A. W. 1979. Ergänzungen zur Bienenfauna iberiens die Gattungen Halictus, Lasioglossum und Dufourea (Apoidea, Hymenoptera). Linzer Biologische Beitrage 11: 117-146.

Ebmer, A. W. 1980. Asiatische Halictidae (Apoidea, Hymenoptera). Linzer Biologische Beitrage 12: 469-506.

Ebmer, A. W.  1981. Halictus und Lasioglossum aus Kreta (Halictidae, Apoidea). Linzer Biologische Beitrage 13: 101-127.

Ebmer, A. W.  1982. Zur Bienenfaund der Mongolei die Arten der Gattungen Halictus Latr. und Lasioglossum Curt. (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) ergebnisse der mongolisch-deutschen biologischen Expedition set 1962, nr. 108. Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum in Berlin 58: 199-227.

Ebmer, A. W. 1983.  Asiatische Halictidae 2. (Apoidea, Hymenoptera). Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis lHungarici 75(0): 313-326.

Ebmer, A. W.  1984.  Die westpaläarktischen Arten der Gattung Dufourea Lepeletier 1841 mit illustrierten Bestimmungstabellen.  Senckenbergiana Biologica 64: 313-379.

Ebmer, A. W.  1987a.  Die europäischen Arten der Gattungen Halictus Latreille 1804 und Lasioglossum Curtis 1833 mit illustrierten Bestimmungstabellen, 1. Senckenbergiana Biologica 68: 59-148.

Ebmer, A. W.  1987b. Die westpaläarktischen Arten der Gattung Dufourea Lepeletier 1841 mit illustrierten Bestimmungstabellen.  Linzer Biologische Beiträge 19: 43-56.

Ebmer, A. W.  1988a. Die europäischen Arten der Gattungen Halictus Latreille 1804 und Lasioglossum Curtis 1833 mit illustrierten Bestimmungstabellen, 2. Senckenbergiana Biologica 68: 323-375.

Ebmer, A. W. 1988b.  Kritische Liste der nicht-parasitischen Halictidae Osterreichs mit Berücksichtigung aller mitteleuropäischen Arten.  Linzer Biologische Beiträge 20: 527-711.

Ebmer, A. W.  1989.  Die westpaläarktischen Arten der Gattung Dufourea Lepeletier 1841 mit illustrierten Bestimmungstabellen.  Linzer Biologische Beiträge 21: 193-210.

Ebmer, A. W.  1993a.  Die Bienengattung Rophites Spinola 1808 – Erster Nachtrag.  Linzer Biologische Beiträge 25: 3-14.

Ebmer, A. W.  1993b.  Die westpaläarktischen Arten der Gattung Dufourea Lepeletier 1841 mit illustrierten Bestimmungstabellen, Dritter Nachtrag. Linzer Biologische Beiträge 25: 15-42.

Ebmer, A. W.  1994.  Systropha difformis Smith, 1879 und Systropha inexpectata n.sp., die beiden östlichen Vertreter der altweltlichen Gattung Systropha Illiger, 1806.  Linzer Biologische Beiträge 26: 807-821.

Ebmer, A. W.  1995.  Asiatische Halictidae, 3.  Die Artengruppe de Lasioglossum carinate-Evylaeus. Linzer Biologische Beiträge 27: 525-652.

Ebmer, A. W., Y. Maeta & S. F. Sakagami, 1994. Six new halictine bee species from southwest Archipelago, Japan (Hymenoptera, Halictidae). Bull. Fuc. Agr., Shimane Univ., (28) (page numbers ?).

Ebmer, A. W. & S. F. Sakagami, 1985a.  Taxonomic notes on the palearctic species of the Lasioglossum nitidiusculum group, with description of Lasioglossum allodalum, new species (Hymenoptera, Halictidae).  Kontyu 53(2): 297-310.

Ebmer, A. W. & S. F. Sakagami, 1985b. Lasioglossum (Evylaeus) hirashimae n. sp., ein Vertreter einer palbtropischen Artengruppe in Japan (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Nachrbl. bayer. Ent. 34: 124-130.

Ebmer, A. W. & K. Schwammberger, 1986. Die Gattung Rophites Spinola 1808. Senckenbergiana Biologica 66: 271-304.

Ebner, R. 1930. Hymenopteren aus Palaestina und Syrien. (Zoologische Studienreise von R. Ebner 1928 mit Unterstuetzung der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien.) Sitzungsber. Akad. Wiss. Math.-Naturwiss. Klasse Wien 139: 22-24.

Echazarreta, C. M. &  R. J. Paxton, 1997. Comparative colony development of Africanized and European  honey  bees  (Apis  mellifera)  in  lowland  neotropical Yucatan,  Mexico.  Journal  of Apicultural Research 36(2): 89-103.

Echazarreta, C. M., J. J. G. Quezada-Euan, L. M. Medina & K. L. Pasteur, 1997. Beekeeping in the Yucatan peninsula: development and current status. Bee World 78(3): 115-127.

Echigo, T. T. Takenaka & K. Yatsunami, 1986. Comparative studies on chemical composition of honey, royal jelly and pollen loads.  Bull. Fac. Agric. Tamagawa Univ.  26: 1-8.

Eckert, C. D., M. L. Winston & R. C. Ydenberg, 1994. The relationship between population size, amount of brood, and individual foraging behaviour in the honey bee, Apis mellifera L. Oecologia 97(2): 248-255.  

Edgecombe, S. W. 1950. Vegetable and flower seed production. In: Iowa State Apiarist Report 1949. Pp.108-112.

Edelhauser, M. & K. G. Bergner, 1987.  The protein of  honey: VIII, Honey sucrase, Isolation, chromatographic behavior and properties. Z. Lebensm-Untersforsch 184(3): 189-194. [In German with English summary.].

Edgecombe,  S. W. 1950. Vegetable and flower seed production. In: Iowa State Apiarist Report 1949. Pp.108-112.

Edrich, W. 1981. Night-time sun-compass behaviour of honey bees Apis mellifica adansonii at the equator Tanzania. Physiol. Entomol. 6(1): 7-13.

Edriss, M. A.,  M. Mostajeran & R. Ebadi, 2002. Correlation between honey yield and morphological traits of honey bee in Isfahan. Journal of Science and Technology of Agriculture and Natural Resources 6(2): 91-103.

Edun, A. H. 2006. Importation of bees into Canada from the United States—a review of the current status and regulations. American bee journal 146(5): 434-435.

Edward, T. 1908.  The lore of the bee hive.  Methven & Co. Ltd. London.

Edwards, C. R., C. K. Gerber & G. J. Hunt, 2003. A laboratory study to evaluate the toxicity of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata, bait Ssuccess 0.02 CB, to the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Apidologie 34(2): 171-180.

Edwards, R. 1980. Social wasps, their biology and control. 398 pp. East Grinstead.

Eguaras M, et. al., 1994. Seasonal changes in Varroa jacobsoni reproduction in temerate climates of Argentina. Bee Science 3: 120- 123.

Eguaras, M. et. al, 1995. Mortality and reproduction of Varroa jacobsoni in resistant colonies of honey bees in Argentina. Bee Science 3(4): 174-178.

Eguaras, M., M. del Hoyo, M. A. Palacio, S. Ruffinengo & E. L. Bedascarrasbure, 2001. A new product with formic acid for Varroa jacobsoni Oud. control in Argentina. I. Efficacy. Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Series B 48(1): 11-14.

Eguaras, M., M. A. Palacio, C. Faverin, M. Basualdo, M. L. del Hoyo, G. Velis & E. Bedascarrasbure, 2003. Efficacy of formic acid in gel for Varroa control in Apis mellifera L.: importance of the dispenser position inside the hive. Veterinary Parasitology 111(2/3): 241-245.

Ehmer, B. & W. Gronenberg, 2002. Segregation of visual input to the mushroom bodies in the honeybee (Apis mellifera). Journal of Comparative Neurology 451(4):363-373.

Ehrenfeld, J. & J. G. Rozen Jr., 1977. The cuckoo bee genus Kelita, its seystematics, biology and larvae. American Museum Novitates, No. 2631: 1-24.

Eichmüller, S., M. Hammer & S. Schäfer, 1991. Neurosecretory Cells in the Honeybee Brain and Suboesophageal Ganglion Show FMRFamide-Like Immunoreactivity. J. Comp. Neurol. 312:164-174.

Eichmüller, S. & S. Schäfer, 1995. Sensory neuron development revealed by taurine immunocytochemistry in the honeybee. J. Comp. Neurol. 352: 297-307.

Eichmüller, S., P. A. Stevenson & R. Paus, 1996. A new method for double immunolabelling with primary antibodies from identical species. Journal of Immunological Methods 190: 255-265.

Eichwald, E. 1841. Fauna Caspio-Caucasia nonnullis observationibus novis. Nouv. Mem. Soc. Imp. Nat. Moscou 7: 1-290.

Eickwort, G. C. 1967. Aspects of the biology of Chilicola ashmeadi in Costa Rica (Hymenoptera: Colletidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 40: 42-73.

Eickwort, G. C. 1969a.  A comparative morphological study and generic revision of the augochlorine bees (Hymenoptera: Halictidae).  University of Kansas Science Bulletin 48: 325-524.

Eickwort, G. C. 1969b.  Tribal positions of western hemisphere gree sweat bees, with comments on their nest architecture (Hymenoptera: Halictidae).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 62(3): 652-660.

Eickwort, G. C. 1970a.  Hoplitis anthocopoides, a European mason bee established in New York State (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae).  Psyche 77(2): 190-201.

Eickwort, G. C. 1970b. The identity of Dialictus umbripennis in Central America (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 43(1): 34-43.  

Eickwort, G. C. 1973. Biology of the European Mason Bee, Hoplitis anthocopoides (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), in New York State. Search Agriculture (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca) 3(2): 1-32.

Eickwort, G. C. 1975a.  Nest-building behavior of the mason bee Hoplitis anthocopoides (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae).  Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie 37(3): 237-254.

Eickwort, G. C. 1975b. Gregarious nesting of the mason bee Hoplitis anthocopoides and the evolution of parasitism and sociality among megachilid bees. Evolution 29(1): 142-150.

Eickwort, G. C. 1975c. A new species of Chrysomelobia (Acari: Tarsonemina; Podapolipidae) from North America and the taxonomic position of the genus. Canadian Entomologist 107(6): 613-626. 

Eickwort, G. C. 1977a. Aspects of the nesting biology and descriptions of immature stages of Perdita octomaclata and P. halictoides (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 50(4): 577-599.

Eickwort, G. C. 1977b. Male territorial behavior in the mason bee, Hoplitis anthocopoides (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae).  Animal behavior 25(3): 542-554.

Eickwort, G. C. 1978.  Mexalictus, a new genus of sweat bees from North America (Hymenoptera, Halictidae, Halictinae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 51: 567-580.

Eickwort, G. C. 1979a. A new species of wood-dwelling sweat bee in the genus Neocorynura, with description of its larva and pupa (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Entomologia Generalis 5(2): 143-148.

Eickwort, G. C. 1979b. Mites associated with Sweat Bees (Halictidae).  Recent Advances in Acarology 1: 575-581.

Eickwort, G. C. 1980.  Two European species of Chelostoma established in New York State, USA (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). Psyche 87(3/4) [1981]: 315-323.

Eickwort, G. C. 1981a. Aspects of the nesting biology of five Nearctic species of Agapostemon (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 54(2): 337-351.

Eickwort, G. C. 1981b. Agapostemon virescens (Hymenoptera: Halicitidae; Halictinae) as a larval host of Lytta (Pomphopoea) sayi (Coleoptera: Meloidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 54(3): 519-520.   

Eickwort, G. C. 1981c. Presocial insects. Social Insects 2: 199-280.  

Eickwort, G. C. 1982. Presocial behavior: introduction. Pp. 151-153. In: M. D. Breed, C. D. Michener & H. E. Evans (eds.), The Biology of social insects. [Proceedings of the Ninth Congress, International Union for the Study of Social Insects, Boulder, Colorado.]. 

Eickwort, G. C. 1985. The nesting biology of the sweat bee (Halictus farinosus) in California, with notes on Halictus ligatus (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 61(2): 122-137. 

Eickwort, G. C. 1986. First steps into eusociality: the sweat bee Dialecitus lineatulus. Florida Entomologist 69(4): 742-754.  

Eickwort, G. C. 1988a. Distribution patterns and biology of West Indian Sweat bees (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Pp. 231-253. In: J. K. Liebherr (ed.), Zoogeography of Caribbean insects.  

Eickwort, G. C. 1988b. The origins of mites associated with honey bees. Pp. 327-338. In: Needham, G.R. (ed.), Africanized honey bees and bee mites. E. Horwood, Chichester, West Sussex, England.

Eickwort, G. C. 1990. Associations of mites with social insects. Annual Review of Entomology 35: 469-488.  

Eickwort, G. C. & J. Abrams, 1980. Parasitism of sweat bees in the genus Agapostemon by cuckoo bees in the genus Nomada (Hymenoptera: Halictidae, Anthophoridae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 56(2): 144-152.  

Eickwort, G. C.,  J. M. Eickwort,  J. Gordon  &  M. A. Eickwort, 1996.  Solitary behavior in a high-altitude population of the social sweat bee Halictus rubicundusBehavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 38: 227-233.

Eickwort, G. C. & K. R. Eickwort, 1969.  Aspects of the biology of Costa rican halictine bees, I: Agapostemon nasutus (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 42(4): 421-452.

Eickwort, G. C. & K. R. Eickwort, 1971.  Aspects of the biology of Costa rican halictine bees, II: Dialictus umbripennis and adaptations of its caste structure to different climates. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 44: 343-373.

Eickwort, G. C. & K. R. Eickwort, 1972a. Aspects of the biology of Costa rican halictine bees, IV: Augochlora (Oxystoglossela) (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 45(1): 18-45.

Eickwort, G. C. & K. R. Eickwort, 1972b.  Aspects of the biology of Costa rican halictine bees, III: Sphecodes kathleenae, a social cleptoparasite of Dialictus umbripennis (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 45: 529-541.

Eickwort, G. C. &  K. R. Eickwort, 1973a.  Notes on the nests of three Wood-dwelling species of Augochlora from Costa Rica (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 46(1): 17-22.

Eickwort, G. C. & K. R. Eickwort, 1973b. Aspects of the biology of Costa rican halictine bees, V: Augochlorella edentata (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 46(1): 3-16.

Eickwort, G. C., K. R. Eickwort & E. G. Linsley,  1977.  Observations on nest aggregations of the bees Diadasia olivacea and D. diminuta (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae).  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 50(1): 1-17.

Eickwort, G. C. & R. L. Fischer, 1963. A morphological study of the tibial spurs of bees of the subfamily Halictinae (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) of eastern North America. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 56: 348-354.

Eickwort, G. C. & H. S. Ginsberg, 1980.  Foraging and mating behavior in Apoidea.  Annual Review of Entomology 25: 421-446.

Eickwort, G. C., P. F. Kukuk & F. R. Wesley,  1986.  The nesting biology of Dufourea novaeangliae (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) and the systematic position of the Duforeinae based on behaviour and development. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 59(1): 103-120.

Eickwort, G. C. & E. G. Linsley, 1978.  The species of the parasitic bee genus Protepeolus (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae).  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 51(1): 14-21.

Eickwort, G. C., R. W. Matthews & J. Carpenter, 1981.  Observations on the nesting behavior of Megachile rubi and M. texana with a discussion of the significance of soil nesting in the evolution of megachilid bees.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 54(3): 557-570.

Eickwort, G. C. & S. F. Sakagami, 1979.  A classification of nest architecture of bees in the tribe Augochlorini (Hymenoptera: Halictidae; Halictinae) with description of a Brazilian nest of Rhinocorynura inflaticeps. Biotropica 11(1): 28-37.

Eickwort, G. C. & G. I. Stage, 1972. A new subgenus of neotropical Sphecodes cleptoparasitic upon Dialictus (Hymenoptera: Halictidae, Halictinae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 45(4): 500-515.

Eid, M. A. A., M. M. Ewies  &  M. E. Nasr, 1978a. Biological significance of the weight of newly emerged honeybee queens and weight changes during the previposition period. Bull. Fac. Agric. Cairo University 39: 137-169. 

Eid, M. A. A., M. M. Ewies  &  M. E. Nasr, 1978b. The weight of the newly emerged honey bee queen as an index of its potential productivity.  Bull. Fac. Agric. Cairo Univ. 39: 91-111.

Eid,  M. A. A.,  M.  M.  Ewies  &  M.  E. Nasr, 1978c.  Some  physiological  changes which  occur during the  preoviposition  period of  honeybee queens. Bull. Fac. Agric. Cairo University 39: 112-132.

Eidmann, H. 1930. Entomologsche Ergebnisse einer Reise nach Ostasien. Verh. Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien 79: 308-335.  

Eidmann, H. 1936a. Oekologisch-faunistische Studien an suedbrasilianischen Ameisen. Arb. Physiol. Angew. Entomol. Berlin-Dahlem 3: 26-48.  

Eidmann, H. 1936b. Oekologisch-faunistische Studien an suedbrasilianischen Ameisen. Arb. Physiol. Angew. Entomol. Berlin-Dahlem 3: 81-114.  

Eidmann, H. 1942. Zur Kenntnis der Ameisenfauna des Nanga Parbat. Zool. Jahrb. Abt. Syst. Geogr. Biol. Tiere 75: 239-266.

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Engel, M. S. 1999a. Apis poava Menge, 1856 (currently Electrapis proava; Insecta, Hymenoptera): Proposed conservation by designation of a neotype.  Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 56: 134-135.

Engel, M. S.  1999b.  The first fossil Euglossa and phylogeny of the orchid bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Euglossini).  American Museum Novitates 3272: 1-14.

Engel, M. S. 1999c.  The taxonomy of recent and fossil honeybees (Hym.; Apidae; Apis).  Journal of Hymenoptera Research 8(2): 165-196.

Engel, M. S. 1999d.  Megachile glaesaria, the first megachilid bee fossil from amber (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae).  American Museum Novitates 3276: 1-13.

Engel, M. S.  1999e.  Augochlorini Beebe, 1925 (Insecta Hymenoptera): Corrected authorship and date (not Moure, 1943).  Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 56: 198.

Engel, M. S.  1999f. Case 3054: Augochlorini Moure, 1943 (Insecta, Hymenoptera): Proposed precedence over Oxystoglossini Schrottky, 1909.  Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature  56(1): 19-22.

Engel, M. S.  1999g.  A  new species of the bee genus  Neocorynura from the  Andes  of  Ecuador (Hym. Halictidae, Augochlorini).  Spixiana  22(2): 173-178. 

Engel, M. S.  1999h.  A new xeromelissine bee in Tertiary amber of the Dominican Republic (Hymenop. Colletidae).  Entomol. Scand. 30: 453-458. 

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Engel, M. S.  2000b.  A new interpretation of the oldest fossil bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  American Museum Novitates 3296: 1-11.

Engel, M. S. 2000c.  A revision of the   panurgine bee  genus Arhysosage (Hymenoptera:  Andrenidae).  Journal of Hymenoptera Research  9(1): 182-208.

Engel, M. S.  2000d.  A review of the Indo-Malayan meliponine genus Lisotrigona, with two new species (Hymenoptera: Apidae).  Oriental Insects  34: 229-237.

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Engel, M. S.  2001b.  Three new Habralictellus bee species from the Caribbean (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Solenodon 1: 33-37. 

Engel, M. S.  2001c.  The first large carpenter bee from the Tertiary of North America, with a consideration of the geological history of Xylocopinae (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society 127(2): 245-254. 

Engel, M. S.  2001d.  The honey bees of Thailand (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Natural History Bulletin of the Siam Society 49(1): 113-116.

Engel, M. S. 2001e. Monophyly and extensive extinction of advanced eusocial bees: Insights from an unexpected Eocene diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 98(4): 1661-1664.

Engel, M. S.  2002a.  Halictine bees from the Eocene-Oligocene boundary of Florissant, Colorado (Hymenoptera: Halictidae).  Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie, Abhandlungen 225(2): 251-273.

Engel, M. S.  2002b.  Phylogeny of the bee tribe Fideliini, with the description of a new genus from southern Africa (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). African Entomology 10(2): 305-313. 

Engel, M. S.  2002c.  The honey bees of India, Hymenoptera: Apidae. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society  99(1): 3-7.

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Engel, M. S. 2003b. A new species of the bee genus Chlerogella from Panama (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Zootaxa  No. 286: 1-4.

Engel, M. S. 2005. Three Replacement Names in the Bee Genus Andrena (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae). Journal of Kansas Entomological Society 78(2): 173.

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Erickson, B. J. & E. H. Erickson Jr., 1984a. Honeybees and pesticides. IV. Guidelines for future honeybee/pesticide research. American Bee Journal 124(1): 42-45, 50.  

Erickson, B. J. & E. H. Erickson Jr., 1984b. Honeybees and pesticides. American Bee Journal 124(2): 131-134.  

Erickson, B. J., A. M. Young, M. A. Strand & E. H. Erickson Jr., 1987. Pollination biology of Theobroma and Herrania (Sterculiaceae). Insect science and its application 8(3): 301-310. 

Erickson, E. H. 1975a. Variability of floral characteristics influences honey bee visitation to soybean blossoms. Crop Science 15(6): 767-771.

Erickson, E. H. 1975b. Surface electric potentials on worker honeybees leaving and entering the hive. Journal of Apicultural Research 14(3/4): 141-147.  

Erickson, E. H. 1975c. Honey bees and soybeans. American Bee Journal 115(9): 351-353, 372.   

Erickson, E. H. 1975d. Effect of honey bees on yield of three soybean cultivars. Crop Science 15(1): 84-86.  

Erickson, E. H. 1984a. Soybean floral ecology and insect pollination. Soybean Genetics Newsletter, United States Agricultural Research Service 11: 152-162.  

Erickson, E. H. 1984b. Soybean pollination and honey production--a research progress report. American Bee Journal 124(11): 775-779.  

Erickson, E. H. 1996. Fecal accumulations deposited by Varroa can be used as a simple field diagnostic for infestations of this honey bee parasite. American Bee Journal  63-64. 

Erickson, E. H. 1999.  Territoriality and the Africanized honey bee. Bee World  80 (3): 119-123.

Erickson, E. H. 2000. Stinging Pests. Pp. 23-26. In: R.E. Gold & S.C. Jones (eds.), Handbook of Household and Structural Insect Pests. Publisher: The Entomological Society of America.

Erickson, E. H. & A. H. Atmowidjojo, 1999. The roll of pollination in Lychee fruit production. Yearbook, West Australia Nut and Tree Crops Assoc. Vol. 33.

Erickson, E. H., A. H. Atmowidjojo & L. Hines, 1998. Can we produce Varroa-tolerant honey bees in the United States?  American Bee Journal 138(11): 828-832.   

Erickson, E. H., A. H. Atmowidjojo & L. Hines, 1999. Varroa-tolerant honey bees are a reality. American Bee Journal 139(12): 931-933. 

Erickson, E. H., A. H. Atmowidjojo, L. H. Hines & G. M. Loper, 2002.    How the presence of surviving feral honey bee colonies may impact efforts to develop and/or maintain varroa-tolerant honey bees.  American Bee Journal 142(1): 61-62.  

Erickson, E. H, A. H. Atmowidjojo, A. King & J. King, 1998. Effect of "new" vs. "old" wax brood combs on honey bee tracheal mite populations in North Dakota. American Bee Journal 138: 672-673. 

Erickson, E. H., A. H. Atmowidjojo & S. E. McGregor, 1999.  The role of pollination in Lychee fruit production.  The Fruit Gardner 31(5): 6-7.

Erickson, E. H., G. A. Berger, J. G. Shanon & J. M. Robins, 1978. Honey bee pollination increases soybean yield in the Mississippi delta region of Arkansus and Missouri. Journal of Economic Entomology 71(4): 601-603.

Erickson, E. H. & S. L. Buchmann, 1996. Using the United States global positioning system to map the location of apiaries. American Bee Journal 136(2): 124 - 126.

Erickson, E. H., B. F. Detroy & L. O. Whitefoot,  1974. Comparative evaluation of containers used as honey bee hives for disposable pollination units. Journal of Economic Entomology 67(2): 197-200.  

Erickson, E. H. & J. F. Edwards, 1990. Manual for field collection and documentation of feral honey bee colonies.

Erickson, E. H., W. R. Enns & F. G. Werner, 1976. Bionomics of the bee-associated Meloidae (Coleoptera); bee and plant hosts of some Nearctic meloid beetles--a synopsis. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 69(5): 959-970.  

Erickson, E. H., B. H. Erickson, P. K. Flottum, J. A. Wyman, J. L. Wedberg & R. E. Page, 1997. Effects of selected insecticide formulations, phased application and colony management strategies on honey bee mortality in processing sweet corn. Journal of Apicultural Research 36(1): 3-13. 

Erickson, E. H. Jr. & B. J. Erickson, 1983. Honeybees and pesticides. III. Misconceptions and an economic analysis viewpoint. American Bee Journal 123(12): 860-867.  

Erickson,  E. H.  &  J. B.  Estes,  1992. Fire fighters and paramedics can easily subdue attacking bees and wasps. American Bee Journal 132(8): 513-515, 524. 

Erickson, E. H. & E. W. Herbert Jr., 1980.  Soybean products replace expeller-processed soyflour for pollen supplements and substitutes. American Bee Journal 120(2): 122-126. 

Erickson, E. H., L. H. Hines & A. H. Atmowidjojo, 2000.   Producing varroa-tolerant honey bees from locally adapted stock: a recipe. American Bee Journal 140(8): 659-661.  

Erickson, E. H., D. Langston & G. Gigstad, 1999. Safely removing wild honeybee colonies. Univ. Arizona Video. 1999. (Video).

Erickson, E. H., D. A. Lusby, G. D. Hoffman & E. W. Lusby, 1990. On the Size of Cells: Speculations on foundation as a colony management tool. Glean. Bee Cult. 118: 89‑101.

Erickson, E. H. & R. Medenwald, 1979. Parasitism of queen honeybee pupae by Melittobia acasta. Journal of Apicultural Research 18(1): 73-76.   

Erickson, E. H., H. H. Miller & D. J. Sikkema, 1975. A method of separating and monitor-ing honeybee flight activity at the hive entrance. Journal of Apicultural Research 14(3/4): 119-125.  

Erickson, E. H., R. E. Page & A. Atmowidjojo, 2000a. Abstracts from the 2nd International Conference on Africanized Honeybees and Bee Mites. Part I. American Bee Journal 140: 740-748.

Erickson, E. H., R. E. Page & A. Atmowidjojo, 2000b.  Abstracts from the 2nd International Conference on Africanized Honeybees and Bee Mites. Part II. American Bee Journal 140.

Erickson, E. H. & C. E. Peterson,  1979. Asynchrony of floral events and other differences in pollinator foraging stimuli between fertile and male-sterile carrot inbreds. Journal of the American Society of Horticultural Science 104(5): 639-643.  

Erickson, E. H., C. E. Peterson & P. Werner, 1979. Honeybee foraging and resultant seed set among male-fertile and cytoplasmically male-sterile carrot inbreds and hybrid seed parents. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 104(5): 635-638.

Erickson, E. H. & J. M. Robins, 1979. Honey from soybeans: the influence of soil conditions. American Bee Journal 119(6): 444-445, 448-450.  

Erickson, E. H., R. W. Thorp & D. L. Briggs, 1975. Comparisons of foraging patterns among honeybees in disposable pollination units and in overwintered colonies. Environmental Entomology 4(3): 527-530.  

Erickson, E. H., R. W. Thorp & D. L. Briggs, 1977.  The use of disposable pollination units in almond orchards. Journal of Apicultural Research 16(2): 107-111. 

Erickson, E. H., R. W. Thorp, D. L. Briggs,  J. R. Estes, R. J. Daun, M. Marks & C. H. Schoeder, 1979. Characterization of floral nectars by high-performance liquid chromatography. Journal of Apicultural Research 18(2): 148-152. 

Erickson, E. H., G. D. Waller & L. O. Whitefoot, 1975. A modified trap design for sampling pollen and incoming flight at the entrance of colonies of honeybees. American bee Journal 115(6): 224-225, 234. 

Erickson, E. H. & F. G. Werner, 1974.  Bionomics of Nearctic bee-associated Meloidae (Coleoptera); life histories and nutrition of certain Meloinae. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 67(3): 394-400.  

Erickson, E. H. & F. G. Werner, 1974b.       Bionomics of Nearctic bee-associated Meloidae (Coleoptera); life histories and nutrition of certain Nemognathinae. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 67(3): 401-406.  

Erickson, E. H., L. O. Whitefoot & W. A. Kissinger, 1973. Honey bees: a method of delimiting the complete profile of foraging from colonies. Environmental Entomology 2(4): 531-535.  

Erickson, E. H. & W. T. Wilson, 1972. Management of the alfalfa leaf-cutter bee in Colorado. Popular Bulletin, Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station No. 552S: 1-17. 

Erickson, E. H. Jr. 1983. The soybean for bees and beekeeping. Apiacta 18(1): 1-7. 

Erickson, E. H. Jr., S. D. Carlson & M. B. Garment, 1986. A Scanning Electron Microscope Atlas of the Honey Bee. The Iowa State University Press, Ames/IA.

Erickson, E. H. JR. & B. J. Erickson, 1983. Honeybees and pesticides. I. Plain talk about the past and present. American Bee Journal 123(10): 724, 726-730. 

Erickson, E. H. Jr., B. J. Erickson & P. K. Flottum, 1983. Honey bees and pesticides.  American Bee Journal 123: 724-728,  797-800,  802-805, 860-867.

Erickson, E. H. Jr., B. J. Erickson & P. K. Flottum, 1984. Honey bees and pesticides.  American Bee Journal 124: 42-45,  50,  131-134. 

Erickson, E. H. JR., B. J. Erickson & J. A. Wyman, 1994. Effects on honey bees of insecticides applied to snap beans in Wisconsin: chemical and biotic factors. Journal of Economic Entomology 87(3): 596-600.  

Erickson, E. H. Jr., B. J. Erickson & A. M. Young,  1986. Management strategies for 'Africanized' honey bees: concepts strengthened by our experiences in Costa Rica. II. Glean Bee Culture 114 (10): 506-507, 534.

Erickson, E. H. Jr. & H. Sheng, 1984. Structure of the honeybee tentorium. Journal of Apicultural Research 23(4): 181-188.  

Erickson, E. H. Jr. & W. T. Wilson, 1972. Management of the alfalfa leaf-cutter bee in Colorado. Bulletin of Agricultural Experiment Station, Colorado State University No. 552: 1-17.

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