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    African honey bees as exotic pollinators in French Guiana

    Roubik, D. W. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Which bees do plants need?

    Corbet, S. A. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Urban habitats for bees: the example of the city of Berlin

    Saure, C. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Competition between honey bees and native bees in the Sonoran Desert and global bee conservation issues

    Buchmann, S. L. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Measuring the meaning of honey bees

    Roubik, D. W. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Resource overlap among native and introduced bees in California

    Thorp, R. W. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Habitat requirements of central European bees and the problems of partial habitats

    Westrich, P. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Bee systematics in Europe: the continuing crisis and some possible cures

    O'Toole, C. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Aspects of bee diversity and crop pollination in the European Union

    Williams, I. H. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Man-made bee habitats in the anthropogenous landscape of central Europe - substitutes for threatened or destroyed riverine habitats?

    Klemm, M. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Toward an ecological perspective of beekeeping

    Sugden, E. A. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Insect diversity and the pollination of rare plant species

    Kwak, M. M. / Velterop, O. / Boerrigter, E. J. M. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Optimizing habitats for bees in the United Kingdom - a review of recent conservation action

    Edwards, M. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    PCAM: an international study of the bees of Mexico

    Michener, C. D. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Interdependence of native bee faunas and floras in changing Mediterranean communities

    Petanidou, T. / Ellis, W. N. / International Bee Research Association et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    The possible ecological implications of the invasion of Bombus terrestris (L.) (Apidae) at Mr Carmel, Israel

    Dafni, A. / Shmida, A. / International Bee Research Association et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Comparative efficacy of bee species for pollination of legume seed crops

    Richards, K. W. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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    Ecological bases of conservation of wild bees

    Banaszak, J. / International Bee Research Association / Linnean Society of London | British Library Conference Proceedings | 1996
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