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Killer Bees

The Africanized Honey Bee in the Americas

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ISBN 9780674593954

Publication Date: 03/27/1992

162 pages

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  • Preface
  • I. Biology and Habits
    • 1. The Creation of a Pop Insect
    • 2. Arrival of the Bees
    • 3. Temperate and TVopical Honey Bees
    • 4. Seasonal Patterns, Swarming, and Absconding
    • 5. Activities outside the Nest
    • 6. The Process of Africanization
  • II. Impact and Control
    • 7. The Latin American Experience
    • 8. Prognosis for North America
    • 9. Coping with the Bees
  • Selected Sources and Readings
  • Index

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