By: Peter G Kevan
345 pages, b&w illus
Covers all aspects of bee biology: anatomy, physiology, behaviour, diversity and ecology. This book was developed from an apiculture course taught at the University of Guelph (Ontario).
Bees from the Outside: General External Anatomy
Bees' Innards: Internal Organs for a Healthy Bee
Bees' Innards: Internal Organs for an Active Bee
Growing Up to Be a Bee
Coordinated Life in the Hive
Biodiversity: Making More Bees & Being Different
Senses: Bees' Perceptions of the World
Practical Beginnings & Application of Bee Biology
Problems in the Bee Yard: Beekeepers' Headaches
The Diversity of Managed Bees: Other Polinators
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