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Gabrys, B., W. Celary & G. Sobota, 2003. Apoidea (Hymenoptera) caught in yellow traps during spring and summer in agricultural landscape near Wroclaw (Lower Silesia, Poland). Fragmenta-Faunistica 46(2): 171-181.

Gadau, J., C. U. Gerloff, N. Kruger, H. Chan, P. Schmid-Hempel, A. Willie & R. E. Page Jr., 2001. A linkage analysis of sex determination in Bombus terrestris (L.) (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Heredity  87(2): 234-242.

Gadau, J., R. E. Page Jr. & J. H. Werren,  1999. Mapping of hybrid incompatibility loci in Nasonia. Genetics 153(4): 1731-1741.

Gadbin, C.  1976. Survey of traditional apiculture in southern Chad  [Apis mellifica adansonii]. J. Agric. Trop. Bot. Appl. 23(4/6) [1976]: 101-115.

Gadbin, C., J. M. Cornuet &  J. Fresnaye,  1979. Biometric study of the local variety of Apis melliferaL. in southern Chad Race, Apis mellifera adansonii. Approche biometrique de la variete locale d'Apis mellifica L. dans le sud tchadien. Apidologie10(2):  137-148.

Gadegkar, R. 1991a.  Demographic predisposition to the evolution of eusociality: a hierarchy of models.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 88: 10993-10997. 

Gadagkar, R. 1991b. On testing the role of genetic asymmetries created by haplodiploidy in the evolution of eusociality in the Hymenoptera. Journal of Genetics 70: 1-31.

Gadegkar, R. 1994. Why the defitnition of eusociality is not helpful to understand its evolution and what should we do about it.  Oikos 70: 485-488. 

Gadegkar, R. 1997a.  Social evolution-has nature ever rewound the tape. Current Science 72: 950-956.

Gadagkar, R. 1997b. The evolution of caste polymorphism in social insects: genetic release followed by diversifying evolution. Journal of Genetics 76: 167-179.

Gaglianone, M. C. 2000. Behavior on flowers, structures associated to pollen transport and nesting biology of Perditomorpha brunerii and Cephalurgus anomalus (Hymenoptera: Colletidae, Andrenidae). Revista de Biologia Tropical 48(1): 89-99.

Gaglianone, M. C. 2001. Nesting biology and foraging behavior of Centris (Ptilotopus) scopipes Friese (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Revista Brasileira de Zoologia 18(suppl.1): 107-117.

Gahlawat, S. K., S. K. Narwania, R. C. Sihag & Ombir, 2002. Studies on the diversity, abundance, activity duration and foraging behaviour of insect pollinators of cucumber (cucumis sativus L.) at Hisar. Korean J. Apic. 17(2): 69-76.

Galda, L. 1991. Killer bees - Pringle, l. Reading Teacher 45(4): 310-317.

Gale, A.  1897. The influence of bees on crops. Agr. Gaz. N. S. Wales 8: 264-276, 337-339, 423-425, 490-493, 581-584, 620-623, 734-736, 831-833, 908-910.

Galen, C. & J. Cuba, 2001. Down the tube: pollinators, predators, and the evolution of flower shape in the alpine skypilot, Polemonium viscosum. Evolution 55(10): 1963-1971.

Galen, C. & P.G. Kevan, 1980. Scent and color polymorphisms and pollination ecology in Polemonium viscosum Nutt. American Midland Naturalist 104: 281-289.   

Galen, C. & P. G. Kevan, 1983. Bumblebee foraging and floral scent dimorphism: Bombus kirbyellus Curtis (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and Polemonium viscosum Nutt. (Polemoniaceae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 61: 1207-1213.

Galen, C., R. C. Plowright,  1985.  Contrasting movement patterns of nectar-collecting and pollen-collecting bumblebees on fireweed inflorescences. Ecol. Entomol. 10(1): 9-17.

Galeotti, P. & M. Inglisa, 2001. Estimating predation impact on honeybees Apis mellifera L. by European bee-eaters Merops apiaster L. Revue d'Ecologie (la Terre et la Vie) 56(4): 373-388.

Galil, J. &  D. Eisikowitch, 1968. On the pollination ecology of Ficus sycomorus in East Africa. Ecology 49:  259–269.

Galil, J. &  D. Eisikowitch, 1969a. Further studies on the pollination ecology of Ficus sycomorus L. (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, Agaonidae). Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 112: 1-13. 

Galil, J. &  D. Eisikowitch, 1969b. Note on pollen transport, pollination and protection of ovaries in Ficus sycomorus. New Phytologist 68: 1243-1244.  

Galil, J. &  D. Eisikowitch, 1974. Further studies on the pollination ecology of Ficus sycomorus. II. Pocket filling and emptying by Ceratosolen arabicus Mayr. New Phytologist 73: 515-528.

Galil, J. and Ne'eman, G. 1977. Pollen transfer and pollination in the common fig (Ficus carica L.). New Phytologist 77: 163- 171.

Galimberti, P. 2002. Pollination of kiwifruit in New Zealand. Informatore Agrario 58(36): 47-51.

Galizia, C. G. 1996. Evolution in künstlichen Welten. Pp. 148-169. In: V. Braitenberg & I. Hosp (eds), Simulation - Computer zwischen Experiment und Theorie. Reinbek: Rowohlt.

Galizia, C. G. 1997. Wie ordnet das Gehirn Informationen aus der Umwelt? Beispiele aus der Tierwelt. Pp. 71-86. In: I. Hosp & V. Braitenberg (eds), 7. Bozner Treffen. Kosmologie und Information. Wie kommt Struktur in die Welt? 7° Incontro a Bolzano. Cosmologia e informazione. Come si spiegano le strutture dell'universo? Bolzano: Europäische Akademie Bozen, Accademia Europea Bolzano.

Galizia, C. G. 2000. Che cos'è un odore per il sistema nervoso? Idee dall'illuminismo ad oggi. Pp. 17-24. In: Hosp, I. (ed.), 10. Bozner Treffen. Naturforschung und Aufklärung. 10° Incontro a Bolzano. Illuminismo e scienza della natura. Europäische Akademie Bozen. Accademia Europea Bolzano. Academia Europeica Bulsan., Bozen.

Galizia, C. G.,  J. Joerges, A. Küttner, T. Faber & R. Menzel, 1997. A semi-in-vivo preparation for optical recording of the insect brain. J. Neurosci. Meth. 76: 61-69.

Galizia, C. G. & B. Kimmerle, 2004. Physiological and morphological characterization of honeybee olfactory neurons combining electrophysiology, calcium imaging and confocal microscopy. Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Sensory, Neural and Behavioral Physiology 190(1): 21-38.

Galizia, C. G., Küttner, A., Joerges, J. & R. Menzel, 2000. Odour representation in honeybee olfactory glomeruli shows slow temporal dynamics: an optical recording study using a voltage-sensitive dye. J. Insect Physiol. 46: 877-886.

Galizia, C. G., S. L. McIlwrath & R. Menzel, 1999. A digital 3D atlas of the honeybee antennal lobe based on optical sections aquired using confocal microscopy. Cell Tissue Res. 295: 383-394.

Galizia, C. G. & R. Menzel, 2000a. Odour perception in honeybees: coding information in  glomerular patterns. Curr. Op. Neurobio. 10: 504-510.

Galizia, C. G. & R. Menzel, 2000b. Probing the olfactory code. Nature Neuroscience 3: 853-854.

Galizia, C. G. & R. Menzel, 2001. The role of glomeruli in the neural representation of odours: results from optical recording studies. J. Insect Physiol. 47: 115-129.

Galizia, C. G., R. Menzel & B. Hölldobler, 1999. Optical imaging of odour-evoked glomerular activity patterns in the antenal lobes of the ant Camponotus rufipes. Pp. 369. Göttingen Neurobiology Report 1999 - Proceedings of the 1st Göttingen Conference of the German Neuroscience Society 1999, Volume II 27th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference.

Galizia, C. G., K. Nägler, B. Hölldobler & R. Menzel, 1998. Odour coding is bilaterally symmetrical in the antennal lobes of honeybees (Apis mellifera). Europ. J. Neurosci. 10: 2964-2974.

Galizia, C. G., S. Sachse, A. Rappert & R. Menzel, 1999. The Glomerular code for odor representation is species specific in the honeybee Apis mellifera. Nature Neuroscience 2: 473-478.

Galli, A. & R. Aleandri, 1999. Artificial insemination in fish and bees. Pp. 139-145. In: Russo, V.; Dall'Olio, S.; Fontanesi, L. (eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium, Reggio Emilia, Italy, 8-9 October, 1999. From the first artificial insemination to the modern reproduction biotechnologies: traditional ways and new frontiers of animal production.

Gómez, J.M., B. Jordi, F. co Perfectti, J. D. Fernández, M. Abdelaziz & J. P. M. Camacho, 2008. Association between floral traits and rewards in Erysimum mediohispanicum (Brassicaceae). Annals of Botany 101(9): 1413-1420.

Gambino, P. K. Hoelmer & H. V. Daly, 1990. Nest sites of feral honey bees in California, USAApidologie 21(1): 35-46.

Gamboa, G. J., H. K. Reeve & W. G. Holmes, 1991.  Conceptual issues and methodology in kin recognition research: A critical discussion.  Ethology 88: 109-217.

Ganeshina, O. T., D. Malun & S. Schäfer, 1998. Development of mushroom bodies in the honeybee - proliferation and programmed cell death. Eur. J. Neurosci. 10: 9. (Abstract).

Ganeshina, O. T. & R. Menzel, 2001. GABA-immunoreactive neurons in the mushroom bodies of the honeybee: An electron microscopic study. J. comp. Neurol. 437: 335-349.

Ganeshina, O. T., S. Schäfer & D. Malun, 2000. Proliferation and programmed cell death of neuronal precursors in the mushroom bodies of the honeybee. Journal of Comparative Neurology 417: 349-365.

Ganeshina, O. T., M. Vorobyev & M. Giurfa, 1998. Detection of coloured targets by honeybees. Proceedings of the 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference I I: 8 (Abstract).

Gao, J. Y., P. Y. Ren, Z. H. Yang & Q. J. Li, 2006. The pollination ecology of Paraboea rufescens (Gesneriaceae): a buzz-pollinated tropical herb with mirror-image flowers.   Annals of botany 97(3): 371-376. [Electronic Resource: http://aob.oupjournals.org].

Garcia Geniz, P. J. 1973. African bees in Argentina. Gaz. Apic. 74(793): 196-198.

Garcia Geniz, P. J. 1974a. African bees in Tucuman. Circ. Estac. Exp. Agric. Tucuman 192: June 74-75.

Garcia Geniz, P. J. 1974. Management of  an  Africanized apiary  [Apis mellifera adansonii]. Gac. Colmenar 36(11): 358-360.

Gardner, K. E., R. L. Foster & S. O'Donnell, 2007. Experimental analysis of worker division of labor in bumblebee nest thermoregulation (Bombus huntii, Hymenoptera: Apidae). Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 61(5): 783-792. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00265-006-0309-7].

Gardner, E. J. 1947.  Insect-pollination in guayule Parthenium argentatum Gray. Journal of the American Society of Agronomy 39: 224-233.

Garedew, A.,  I. Lamprecht, E. Schmolz & B. Schricker, 2002. The varroacidal action of propolis: a laboratory assay. Apidologie 33(1): 41-50.

Garedew, A., E. Schmolz & I. Lamprecht, 2004. The energy and nutritional demand of the parasitic life of the mite Varroa destructor. Apidologie 35: 419-430.

Garg, R. & O. P. Sharma, 1988. Studies to establish the effective dose of precipitated sulphur against Tropilaelaps clareae Delfinado and Baker (Laelaptidae: Acarina). American Bee Journal 128(2): 122-123.  

Garg, R., O. P. Sharma & G. S. Dogra, 1984. Formic acid: an effective acaricide against Tropilaelaps clareae Delfinado and Baker (Laelaptidae: Acarina) and its effect on the brood and longevity of honey bees. American Bee Journal 124(10): 736-738. 

Garnery, L., J. M. Cornuet & M. Solignac, 1992. Evolutionary history of the honey bee Apis mellifera inferred from mitochondrial DNA analysis. Molecular Ecology 1(3): 145-154.  

Garnery, L., E. H. Mosshine, B. P. Oldroyd & J. M. Cornuet,  1995. Mitochondrial DNA  variation  in  Moroccan  and  Spanish  honeybee  population. Molecular Ecology 4(4): 465-471.

Garnery, L., M. Solignac, G. Celebrano, J. M. Cornute,  1993. A simple test using restricted PCR-amplified mitochondrial DNA to study the genetic structure of Apis mellifera L.  Experientia 49(11) : 1016-1021.

Garófalo, C. A. 1973. Occurrence of diploid drones in a neotropical bumblebee. Experimentia 29(6): 726-727.

Garófalo, C. A. 1977. Brood viability in normal colonies of Apis mellifera. Journal of Apicultural Research 16(1): 3-13.

Garófalo, C. A. 1978a. Bionomics of Bombus (Fervidobombus) morio. 2. Body size and length of life of workers. Journal of Apicultural Research 17(3): 130-136.

Garófalo, C. A. 1978b. On the bionomics of Bombus (Fervidobombus) morio (Swederus). I. cell construction and oviposition behavior of the queen (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Revista Brasileira de Biologia 38(1): 227-236.   

Garófalo, C. A. 1980. Bionomic aspects of Bombus (Fervidobombus) morio (Swederus). III. Size of workers and colony development (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Revista Brasileira de Biologia 40(2): 345-348.

Garófalo, C. A., E. Camillo, M. J. O. Campos & J. C. Serano, 1992.  Nest re-use and communal nesting in Microthurge corumbae (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), with special reference to nest defense.  Insectes Sociaux 39: 301-311.

Garófalo, C. A., E. Camillo, M. J. O. Campos, R. Zucchi & J. C. Serano, 1981. Binomial aspects of Lithurgus corumbae (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), including evolutionary considerations on the nesting behaviour of the genus.  Revista Brasileira de Genetica 4: 165-182.

Garófalo, C. A., E. Camillo & J. C. Serano, 1996.  Fundações de ninhos por Eulaema nigritaIn C.A. Garófalo et al., (eds.), Anais do II Entontro sobre abelhas.  Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras, Ribeirãao Preto, Brazil. Pp. 331.

Garofalo, C. A. & W. E. Kerr, 1975. Sex determination in bees. I. Balance between femaleness and maleness genes in Bombus atratus Franklin (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Genetica 45(2): 203-209.  

Garófalo, C. A., and J. G. Rozen Jr.,  2001.  Parasitic behavior of Exaerete smaragdina with descriptions of its mature oocyte and larval instars (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Euglossini).  American Museum Novitates 3349: 1-26. 

Garrido, C., P. Rosenkranz, M. Stürmer, R. Rübsam & J. Büning, 2000. Toluidine blue staining as a rapid measure for initiation of oocyte growth and fertility in Varroa jacobsoni Oud. Apidologie 31(5): 559-566. 

Gartside, D. 1980. Similar allozyme polymorphism in honey bees. Experientia 36: 649-650.

Gary, N. E. 1967.  A method for evaluating honey bee flight activity at the hive entrance.  Journal of Economic Entomology 60(1): 102-105. 

Gary, N. E. 1970. Pheromones of the honey bee, Apis mellifera L. In: 3rd Seminar on Control of Insect Behaviour by Natural Products [1968]: 29-54.  

Gary, N. E. 1971a. Possible approaches to controlling  the African bee. American Bee Journal  111(11): 426-429. 

Gary, N. E. 1971b. Magnetic retrieval of ferrous labels in a capture-recapture system for honey bees and other insects. Journal of Economic Entomology 64(4): 961-965. 

Gary, N. E. 1971c. A new tagging and recapture method for evaluating honeybee pollination activity. California Agriculture 25(6): 4-6.  

Gary, N. E. 1971d. Observations on flight-experienced queen honeybees following extra-apiary release. Journal of Apicultural Research 10(1): 309.  

Gary, N. E. 1973.   The potential threat of the "Brazilian" bee to U.S. beekeeping. Apiacta 8(3): 113-114. 

Gary, N. E. 1975. Activities and behavior of honey bees. Pp. 185-264. In: Dadant & Sons (eds.), The Hive and the Honey Bee. Hamilton, IL

Gary, N. E. 1978. Beekeeping as a hobby or economic sideline. Yearbook United States Department of Agriculture, Pp. 244-255.  

Gary, N. E. 1982. A vacuum apparatus for removing queen bees from colonies. Apiacta 17(3/4): 113-114.   

Gary, N. E. 1984. The environmental impact of underpriced honey imported into the U.S. American Bee Journal 124(2): 120-123. 

Gary, N. E. 1991. Varroa mites, tracheal mites, and Africanized bees - the challenges ahead. American Bee Journal  131(1): 34-39. 

Gary, N. E. 1992. Africanized “killer” bees in California. Proceedings of the 44th California Weed Conference Jan 20-22, Sacramento, California. Pp. 128-130. 

Gary, N. E., H. V. Daly, S. Locke & M. Race, 1985. The Africanized honey bee: ahead of schedule. California Agriculture [Calififornia Agricultural Experiment Station] 39(11/12):  4-7. 

Gary, N. E. & K. Lorenzen, 1976. How to construct and maintain an observation bee hive. Leaflet Division of Agricultural Science, University of California Cooperative Extension Services, Berkeley  N0. 2853: 1-18 pages. 

Gary, N. E. & K. Lorenzen, 1980. How to construct and maintain an observation bee hive (revised).  Leaflet Division of Agricultural Science, University of California Cooperative Extension Services, Berkeley  N0. 2853: 1-18 pages. 

Gary, N. E. & K. Lorenzen, 1984a. Improved trap to recover dead and abnormal honey bees (Hymenoptera:Apidae) from hives. Environmental Entomology 13(3): 718-723.  

Gary, N. E. & K. Lorenzen, 1984b. A method for collecting the honey sac contents from honeybees. Journal of Apicultural Research 15(2): 73-79.  

Gary, N. E. & K. Lorenzen, 1987.  Vacuum device for collecting and despensing honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and other insects into small cages. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 80(5): 664-666. 

Gary, N. E. & K. Lorenzen, 1988. Substage illumination device for restraining flight of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and positively phototactic insects. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 81(4): 700-703.  

Gary, N. E. & K. Lorenzen,  1989.  Effect of methamidophos on honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae): during alfalfa pollination.  Journal of Economic Entomology 82(4): 1067-1072. 

Gary, N. E. & K. Lorenzen, 1990. Vacuum devices for capturing and partitioning commingled subpopulations of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 83(6): 1152-1154.  

Gary, N. E. & Martson, J. 1971. Mating behaviour of drone honey bees with queen models (Apis mellifera L.). Animal Behaviour 19(2): 299-304.   

Gary, N. E. & J. M. Marston, 1976. A vacuum apparatus for collecting honeybees and other insects in trees. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 69(2): 287-289.  

Gary, N. E., R. F. L. Mau & W. C. Mitchell, 1972. A preliminary study of honey bee foraging range in macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia, Maiden and Betche). Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society 21(2): 205-212.  

Gary, N. E. & E. C. Mussen, 1984. Impact of Mediterranean fruit fly malathion bait spray on honey bees. Environmental Entomology 13(3): 711-717.

Gary, N. [E.] & R. [E.] Page, 1987. Phenotypic variation in susceptibility of honey bees, Apis mellifera, to infestation by tracheal mites, Acarapis woodi. Experimental and Applied Acarology 3: 291-305.

Gary, N. E. & R. E.  Page Jr., 1988.Factors that affect the infestation of worker honey bees by tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi). Pp. 506-511. In: Needham, G.R. (ed.), Africanized honey bees and bee mites. E. Horwood, Chichester, West Sussex, England.

Gary, N. & R. Page,  1990. Genotypic variation in susceptibility of honey bees (Apis mellifera) to infestation by tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi). Experimental and Applied Acarology 8: 275-283.

Gary, N., R. Page & K. Lorenzen, 1989. Effect of age of worker honey bees (Apis mellifera) on tracheal mite (Acarapis woodi) infestation. Experimental and Applied Acarology 7:153-160.

Gary, N. E., R. E. Page, R. A. Morse,  C. E. Henderson,  M. E. Nasr &  K. Lorenzen, 1990. Comparative resistance of honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) from Great Britain and United States to infestation by tracheal mites (Acarapis woodi). American Bee Journal 130(10): 667-669. 

Gary, N. E. & W. Stanger, 1979. An observation beehive. South African Bee Journal 51(3): 19-21.  

Gary, N. E. & B. B. Westerdahl, 1981. Longevity of microwave-treated (2,45 GHz continuous wave) honeybees in observation hives. Environmental Entomology 10(6): 991-994. 

Gary, N. E. & B. B. Westerdahl, 1982. Food foraging of honeybees in a microwave field (2.45 GHz CW). Environmental Entomology 11(1): 95-99.  

Gary, N. E. & P. C. Witherell, 1971. A method for training honey bees to forage at feeding stations. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 64(2): 448-449. 

Gary, N. E. & P. C. Witherell, 1977. Distribution of foraging bees of three honey bee stocks located near onion and safflower fields.  Environmental Entomology 6(6): 785-788. 

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen, 1978a. A comparison of the foraging activities of common Italian and "Hy Queen" honeybees. Environmental Entomology 7(2): 228-232. 

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen, 1978b. The distribution and foraging activities of common Italian and "Hy Queen" honey bees during alfalfa pollination. Environmental Entomology 7(2): 233-240. 

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen, 1979. Distribution of honeybees during water collection. Journal of Apicultural Research 18(1): 26-29.  

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen, 1980. Distribution of foraging honeybees to multiple, small floral plots of various species. Environmental Entomology 9(1): 43-46. 

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherell & K. Lorenzen, 1981. Effect of age on Honeybee foraging distance and pollen collection. Environmental Entomology 10(6): 950-952.

Gary, N. E.,  P. C. Witherell, K. Lorenzen & J. M. Marston, 1977a. The Interfield distribution of honey bees foraging on carrots, onion and safflower. Environmental Entomology 6(5): 637-640.

Gary, N. E.,  P. C. Witherell, K. Lorenzen & J. M. Marston,  1977b. Area fidelity and intra-field distribution of honey bee during the pollination of onion.  Environmental Entomology 6(2): 303-310.

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherell & F. Marston, 1972. Foraging range and distribution of honey bees used for carrot and onion pollination. Entomops 1(1): 71-78.  

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherell & J. M. Marston,  1973. Distribution of foraging bees used to pollinate alfalfa. Environmental Entomology 2(4): 573-578. 

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherell & J. M. Marston, 1975. The distribution of foraging honey bees from colonies used for honeydew melon pollination. Environmental Entomology 4(2): 277-281.  

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherell & J. M. Marston,  1978. Distribution and foraging activities of honeybees during almond pollination. Journal of Apicultural Research 17(4): 188-194. 

Gary, N. E., P. C. Witherall & J. M. Maiston, 1973. Distribution of foraging bees used to pollinate alfalfa.  Environmental Entomology 2: 573-578.

Gaspar, C. & C. Thirion, 1978.  Modification des populations d’hyménoptères sociaux dans des milieux anthropogénes. Mem. Zool. 29: 61-77.

Gaston, K. J. 1994. Rarity. x+205 pp. London.

Gaston, K. J. & L. A. Mound, 1993. Taxonomy, hypothesis testing and the biodiversity crisis. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London (B) 251: 139-142.

Gaston, K. J., T. M. Blackburn, & N. Loder, 1995. Which species are described first?: the case of North American butterflies. Biodiversity and Conservation 4: 119-127.

Gaston, K. J.,  M. J. Scoble & Crook, A. 1995. Patterns in species description: a case study using Geometridae (Lepidoptera). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55: 225-237.

Gates, B. N. 1917. Honey bees in relation to horticulture. Mass. Hort. Soc. Trans. 1: 71-88.

Gathmann, A., H. J. Greiler & T. Tscharntke, 1994. Trap-nesting bees and wasps colonizing set-aside fields—succession and body size, management by cutting and sowing. Oecologia 98: 8-14.

Gathmann, A. & T. Tscharntke, 2000. Habitat evaluation using an abundant wild bee species - body size and sex ratio in Osmia rufa (L.) (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie 12(1-6): 607-610.

Gathmann, A. & T. Tscharntke, 2002. Foraging ranges of solitary bees. Journal of Animal Ecology 71(5):757-764.

Gavin, S. & F. Jeremy, 2008. Parental care and sexual size dimorphism in wasps and bees. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 62(5): 843-852. [Electronic Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00265-007-0510-3].

Gauld, I. & B. Bolton.  1988.  The Hymenoptera. xi + 332 pp. Oxford niversity Press, Oxford.

Gaulliard, J. M.  1986.  Toxicity test with bifenthrin (Talstar, FMC 54800) on honey bees. Meded. Fac. Landboucowet. Rijksuniu. Gent. 51(3 part B): 1215-1222. [In French with English summary.].

Gaunitz, D. 1935.  Gaddstekelnotiser II. Ent. Tidskr., Sockholm 55: 88-98.

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Guo, H., Y. Kouzuma & M. Yonekura, 2005. Isolation and properties of antioxidative peptides from water-soluble royal jelly protein hydrolysate. Food science and technology research 11(2): 222-230.

Guppy, J. C. 1958.  Insect surveys of clovers, alfalfa, and birdfoot trefoil in eastern Ontario. Canadian Entomologist 90(9): 523-531.

Gupta, A. P. 1991. Roles of morphogenetic hormones in caste polymorphism in stingless bees. Pp. 346-383. In: Gupta, A. P. (ed.), Morphogenetic hormones of arthropods. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, USA.

Gupta, J. K. 1999. Spider, Neoscona nr. sinhadensis (Tikader) (Argiopidae): an enemy of honey bees. Pest Management and Economic Zoology 7(2): 175-176.

Gupta, J. K., N. P. Goyal, J. P. Sharma & D. R. Gautam, 1993. The effect of placement of varying numbers of Apis mellifera colonies on the fruit set in apple orchards having different proportions of pollinizers. Pp. 197-201. In: Veeresh, G. K., R. U. Shanker & K. N. Ganeshaiah (eds.), Pollination in Tropics. Proceedings of the International symposium on Pollination in Tropics. August 8-13, 1993. Bangalore, India.

Gupta, J. K., J. Kumar & R. Kumar, 1990. Observation on the foraging activity of honey bees and nectar production in 'toon', Yoona ciliata Roem. Indian Bee Journal 52(1-4): 34-35.

Gupta, J. K., R. C. Mishra & J. Kumar, 1984. lectranthus as forage for Apis cerana indica F. and Apis mellifera L. Apidologie 15(1): 75-82.

Gupta, J. K., R. C. Mishra & J. Kumar, 1992. Evaluation of false acacia, Rubinia pseudoacacia L., as honey source in Himachal Pradesh. Apiacta 27(1): 8-12.

Gupta, J. K., B. S. Rana & H. K. Sharma, 2000. Pollination of kiwifruit in Himachal Pradesh. Pp. 169-170. In: Matsuka, M., L. R. Verma, S. Wongsiri, K. K. Shrestha & U. Pratap (eds.), Asian bees and beekeeping: progress of research and development. Proceedings of the 4th Asian Apicultural Association International Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal. 23-28 March, 1998.

Gupta, J. K. & M. C. M. Reddy, 1992. Foraging intensity of insects and nectar of wild cherry, Prunus puddum Roxb. Entomon 17(1/2) 91-94.

Gupta, J. K., M. C. M. Reddy & J. Kumar, 1990.  Pattern of nectar secretion in wild cherry, Prunus puddum Roxb. and the associated foraging behaviour of Apis cerana indica F. and Apis mellifera L.  Apidologie 21(1): 11-16.

Gupta, J. K. & P. L. Sharma, 2000. Impact of number of bee visits on cauliflower pollination. Pp. 183-185. In: Matsuka, M., L. R. Verma, S. Wongsiri, K. K. Shrestha & U. Pratap (eds.), Asian bees and beekeeping: progress of research and development. Proceedings of the 4th Asian Apicultural Association International Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal. 23-28 March, 1998.

Gupta, J. K., R. K. Thakur & J. Kumar, 1986. Nectar of wild olive Elaeagnus umbellate Thub. and foraging intensity of different insect visitors. Indian Bee Journal 48(1-4): 40-42.

Gupta, M. & R. C. Sihag, 1991. Bee repellents - ecology and mode of action. Indian Bee Journal 53(1-4): 1-8.

Gupta, M. & R. P. Kapil, 1984. Olfactory response of workers of Apis florea F. to some repellents in semi-field conditions. Pp. 65-78. In: Tasei, J. N. (d.), roceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Pollination, Versailles.

Gupta, M. & R. S. Mohla, 1986. Aliphatic straight-chain ketones as potential bee replellents. Chemistry and Industry 9: 327-328.

Gupta, M., H. M. Pal  B. Pal, 1986. Olfacto-gustatory screening of N-propionaldehyde and N-butyraldehyde to Apis florea Fabr. in laboratory conditions. Indian Bee Journal 48(1-4): 51-52.

Gupta, P. & M. Gupta, 1993. Influence of queen on the hoarding behaviour of honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Indian Bee Journal 55(1/2): 21-24.

Gupta, P. R. & R. S. Chandel, 1995. Effects of diflubenzuron and penfluron on workers of Apis cerana indica F. and Apis mellifera L. Apidologie 26(1): 3-10.

Gupta, R. K. 1987. On a new subgenus Orientoheriades and two new species of genus Heriades Spinola from IndiaReichenbachia 25(15): 67-71.

Gupta, R. K. 1988a.  A new species of genus Megachile Latr., from Ludiana, IndiaReichenbachia 26: 65-66.

Gupta, R. K. 1988b.  Two new species of genus Eumegachile Friese from IndiaReichenbachia 26: 71-74.

Gupta, R. K. 1988c. A new species of genus Cressoniella Mitchell from South India. Reichenbachia 26: 67-71.

Gupta, R. K. 1989a.  A new species of genus Creightonella Cockll.  Jounal of the Bombay Natural History Society 86: 416-419.

Gupta, R. K. 1989b.  A new species of genus Anthocopa Lep. & Serville.  Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 86: 417-420.

Gupta, R. K. 1990a.  On a new subgenus Neoashmeadiella and two new species of genus Ashmeadiella Cockerell from India. Reichenbachia 29(10): 55-59.

Gupta, R. K. 1990b.  Description of a new species of genus Coelioxys Latr. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 87: 437-439.

Gupta, R. K. 1990c.  Descriptions of the male genitalia of some Indian megachilid bees.  Entomologische Abhandlungen 54: 97-102.

Gupta, R. K. 1990d.  On genus Chrysosarus Mitchell with description of a new species from South India. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 87: 427-429.

Gupta, R. K.  1991a.  On genus Robertsonella Titus, with description of a new species from Himachal Pradesh, IndiaReichenbachia 28: 173-175.

Gupta, R. K. 1991b.  A new subgenus of Coelioxys Latreille (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Megachilidae) from IndiaJournal of the Bombay Natural History Society 88: 425-428.

Gupta, R. K. 1991c.  Descriptions of the male genitalia of some Indian megachilid bees. Entomologische Abhandlungen 54:      

Gupta, R. K. 1992a.  On a new subgenus Orientocoelioxys and a new species of genus Coelioxys Latr. From IndiaReichenbachia 29: 73-76.

Gupta, R. K. 1992b.  Two new species of genus Coelioxys Latr. from northern India. Reichenbachia 29: 155-159.

Gupta, R. K. 1992c.  A key for the identification of Indian genera of family Megachilidae.  Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 89(3): 296-301.

Gupta, R. K. 1993:  Taxonomic studies on the Megachilidae of northwestern India. Scientific Publishers (India). (Reprint 1999). iv +1-294 p. 

Gupta, R. K. 2004. A Gynandromorph of Megachile (Eutricharaea) gathela Cameron (Insecta, Hymenoptera, Megachilidae). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 101(3): 471-472. 

Gupta, R. K. [In Press]. Species composition, seasonal abundance and flight variation of the megachilid pollinators of Crotalaria juncea. Zoology [Accepted].

Gupta, R. K. 2004.  The diversity of bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) in India. Pp. 53-77. In : Gupta, R. K. (ed.), Advancements in Insect Biodiversity. AgroBios (India). (2003).

Gupta, R. K. (ed.) 2003. Advancements in insect biodiversity. Agrobios (India). Pp. vi+337.

Gupta, R. K., R. K. Naval & S. K. Charan, 2003, Nesting biology of the solitary bee, Megachile (Pseudomegachile) creusa Bingham (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae). Mellifera 3(5): 11-18 (Turkish) & 43-50 (English).

Gupta, R. K., R. K. Naval, S. K. Charan & A. Rajpurohit, 2005. Nesting biology of Megachile (Callomegachile) cephalotes Smith, a solitary bee that nests in castor sticks (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae). Mellifera 4(8): 21-32 (Turkish) & 53-64 (English).

Gupta, R. K. &  S. L.  Sharma, 1995. Description of the nest and immature stages of Heriades tolawasensis Sharma & Gupta (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae, Osmini). Entomon 20(1): 35-39. 

Gupta, R. K. & S. Simlote, 1995.  A new species of Anthidium Fabr. from Himachal Pradesh, India. Reichenbachia 31(15): 77-80. 

Gupta, R. K., S. Simlote & S. L. Sharma, 1997.  Taxonomy of the Indian genus Noteriades Cockerell. Opuscula zoologica fluminensia 157: 1-9. 

Gupta, R. K. & V. K. Tewari, 1987a.  A new species of genus Lithurgus Latr. from IndiaJournal of the Bombay Natural History Society 84(2): 405-407. 

Gupta, R. K. & V. K. Tewari, 1987b.  A new species of Heriades Spinola from IndiaReichenbachia 25: 65-66. 

Gupta,  R. K. & S. Yadav, 2001. Apoidean species composition on Crotalaria juncea L., Cajanus cajan (L.), Helianthus annus L., and Brassica compestris L. var sarson Prain in eastern Rajasthan, India (Hymenoptera). Opuscula zoologica fluminensia 198: 1-10.

Gupta, R. K. & D. Yanega, 2004. A taxonomic overview of the carpenter bees of the Indian region [Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Apidae, Xylocopinae, Xylocopini, Xylocopa Latreille].  Pp. 79-100. In : Gupta, R. K. (ed.), Advancements in Insect Biodiversity. AgroBios (India). (2003).

Gupta, S., J. O'Donnell, A. Kupa, R. Heddle, G. Skowronski & P. Roberts-Thomson, 1988. Management of bee-sting anaphylaxis. Medical Journal of Australia 149(11/12): 602-604.

Gurel, A. C. & A. Guler, 2000. Effects of different colony population gravity on pollen production in honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Ondokuz Mayis Universitesi, Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi 15(3): 27-30.

Gurgulova, K., I. Zhelyazkova & V. Popova, 2003. Methycan (ecostop) against varroatosis in bees. Pchelarstvo (Bulgaria). Beekeeping 101(12): 27. (In Bulgarian).

Gurguluva, K., R. Valchovski, I. Jeliazkova & P. Nenchev, 2001. Effect of some stimulating substances on natural immunity of honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 38(2): 113-115.

Gurr, L. 1957. Bumble bee species present in the South Island of New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology (A) 38: 997-1001.

Gurwich, J. M.  The materials of study on the bees of the North Caucasus. 1.  The bees of Aksajskoj Biological station. Izvestija of the North Caucasian University 4(21): 92-187.

Gusenleitner, F. & M. Schwarz, 2000a. Nomenklatorische aktualisierungen in der benengattung Andrena sowie beschreibung einer neue art (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Andreninae). Entomofauna 21(10): 105-116.

Gusenleitner, F. & M. Schwarz, 2000b. Zwei neue Andrena–arten dem nahen Osten sowie beschreibung des männchens von Andrena isabellina Warncke (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Andreninae). Entomofauna 21(11): 117-132.

Gusenleitner, F. & M. Schwarz, 2000c. Angaben zur morphologie einiger von A. Z. Osytshnjuk beschriebener, zumeist asiatischer Andrena-arten (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Andreninae). Entomofauna 21(31): 381-456.

Gusenleitner, F. & M. Schwarz, 2001a. Zur morphologie verschiedener von F. Morawitz beschribener Andrena-arten (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Andreninae). Entomofauna 22(7): 93-196.

Gusenleitner, F. & M. Schwarz, 2001b. Angaben zur morphologie verschiedener, meist asiatischer Andrena-arten (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Andreninae). Entomofauna 22(13): 273-356.

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Gustafsson, M. H. G. & V. Bittrich, 2002. Evolution of morphological diversity and resin secretion in flowers of Clusia (Clusiaceae): insights from ITS sequence variation. Nordic Journal of Botany 22(2): 183-203.

Gustafsson, M. H. G., V. Bittrich  &  P. F. Stevens, 2002. Phylogeny of Clusiaceae based on rbc L sequences. International Journal of Plant Sciences 163(6): 1045-1054.

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Gutierrez P. J. & R. R. Rebolledo, 2000. Comparison between a double queen and a traditional one queen system per beehive for honey production. Agro. Sur. 28(2):10-14.

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Guzman, L., T. Rinderer, G. Delatte & R. Macchiavell, 1996. Varroa jacobsoni Oudemans tolerance in selected stocks of Apis mellifera L. Apidologie 27: 193-210.

Guzman, L., T. Rinderer & V. Lancaster, 1995. A short test evaluating larval attractiveness of honey bees to Varroa jacobsoni. Journal of Apicultural Research 34(2): 89-92.

Guzman-Novoa, E. & N. E. Gary, 1993. Genotypic variability of components of foraging behavior in honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 86(3): 715-721.

Guzman-Novoa, E., G. J. Hunt, J. L. Uribe-Rubio & D. Prieto-Merlos, 2004. Genotypic effects of honey bee (Apis mellifera) defensive behavior at the individual and colony levels: the relationship of guarding, pursuing and stinging. Apidologie 35(1): 15-24.

Guzman-Novoa, E. & R. E. Page Jr., 1993. Backcrossing Africanized honey bee queens to European drones reduces colony defensive behavior. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 86(3): 352-355.

Guzman-Novoa, E. & R. E. Page Jr., 1994a. Genetic dominance and worker interactions affect honeybee colony defense. Behavioral Ecology 5: 91- 97.

Guzman-Novoa, E. & R. E. Page Jr., 1994b. The impact of Africanized bees on Mexican Beekeeping. American Bee Journal  134(2): 101-106.

Guzman-Novoa, E., R. E. Page Jr. & A. Correa-Benitez, 1997. Introduction and acceptance of European queens in Africanized and European honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies. American Bee Journal 137(9): 667-668.  

Guzman-Novoa, E., R. E. Page Jr. & M. K. Fondrk,  1994. Morphometric techniques do not detect intermediate and low levels of Africanization in honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) colonies. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 87(5): 507-515.  

Guzman-Novoa, E., R. E. Page Jr. & N. E. Gary, 1994.     Behavioral and life-history components of division of labor in honey bees (Apis mellifera L.). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 34(6): 409-417.  

Guzman-Novoa, E. & R. E. Page Jr., 1999. Selective breeding of honey bees (Hymenoptera:  Apidae) in Africanized areas. Journal of Economic Entomology 92(3): 521-525. 

Guzman-Novoa, E. & R. E. Page Jr., 2000. Pollen collection and foraging force by European Africanized hybrid honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in mixed genotype colonies are similar. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93(1): 141-144.  

Guzman-Novoa, E., R. E. Page Jr. & D. Prieto-Merlos, 1997. Comparison of three queen finding methods in European and Africanized honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colonies. American Bee Journal 137(9): 665-666.  

Guzman-Novoa, E., R. E. Page Jr. & D. Prieto-Merlos, 1998. Queen introduction, acceptance, and survival in honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) colonies of a tropical, Africanized region. Journal of Economic Entomology 91(6): 1290-1294.

Guzman-Novoa, E.,  R. E. Page Jr.,  H.G. Spangler & E.H. Erickson, 1999. A comparison of two essays to test the defensive behavior of honeybees (Apis melifera). Journal of Apicultural Research  38(3-4).

Guzman-Novoa, E., A. Sanchez, R. Page & T. Garcia, 1996. Susceptibility of European and Africanized honeybees and their hybrids to Varroa jacobsoni. Apidologie 27: 93-103.

Guzman-Novoa, E., R. Vandame & M. Arechavaleta, 1999. Susceptibility of European and Africanized honey bees to Varroa jacobsoni in Mexico. Apidologie 30: 173-182.

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