DRESSING FLIES FOR FRESH AND SALT WATER. By Poul Jorgensen.

DRESSING FLIES FOR FRESH AND SALT WATER. By Poul Jorgensen.

THE POLLINATION OF FLOWERS. New Naturalist No. 54.

THE POLLINATION OF FLOWERS. New Naturalist No. 54.

THE WORLD OF THE HONEYBEE. By Colin G. Butler. New Naturalist No. 29.

(1954) 1970's reprint. 8vo (150 x 223mm). Ppxiv,208,ad. Colour frontispiece, b/w photograph plates, b/w line illustrations, bibliography. Green buckram, spine titled in gilt.

A detailed account of the biology, behaviour and habits of the honeybee. Chapters include: The origin of the honeybee, and evolution of the relationship between bees and flowers; The honeybees and their distribution today; The evolution of social amongst bees; The origin of the members of the colony; On the survival of colonies that have lost their queens; The life of a queen - mating, egg-laying behaviour, etc; Division of labour amongst the workers of a colony; Recognition by a colony of honeybees of the presence of its queen; Clustering and the maintenance of colony cohesion; The world of the worker honeybee; Bee stings and bee venom; Colony odour and defence; Colony reproduction or swarming; The food of the honeybee; Foraging behaviour; Direction finding and communication; Epilogue.
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46383
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Author Butler (Colin G.).
Book Code 46383
ISBN 0002195526 / 0002195526
Book Description Very good in slightly spine-faded dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1975
Publisher Collins.
Place New Naturalist Series.