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Stephen, W. A. 1968. Mites: A beekeeping problem in Vietnam and India. Bee World 49(3): 119-120.

Stephen, W. P. 1952. A new name for Colletes albescens Nosk. (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Canadian Entomologist 84: 355.

Stephen, W. P. 1954. A revision of the bee genus Colletes in America north of Mexico. University of Kansas Science Bulletin 36: 149-527.

Stephen, W. P. 1955. Alfalfa pollination in Manitoba. Journal of Economic Entomology 48: 543-548.

Stephen, W. P. 1957. Bumble bees of western America (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Oregon State College Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 40: 1-163.

Stephen, W. P. 1958. Nomia melanderi in Oregon. Bull. Oregon Ent. Soc. 15(3): 3.

Stephen, W. P. 1959. Maintaining alkali bees for alfalfa seed production. Bulletin of the Oregon Agriculture Experiment Station no. 568: 1-23.

Stephen, W. P. 1960a. Artificial bee beds for the propagation of the alkali bee, Nomia melanderi. Journal of Economic Entomology 53: 1025-1030.

Stephen, W. P. 1960b. Studies in the alkali bee (Nomia melanderi Cockerell). II. Preliminary investigations on the effect of soluble salts on alkali bee nesting sites. Oregon State College Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 52: 15-26.

Stephen, W. P. 1960c. Studies in the alkali bee (Nomia melanderi Cockerell).III. Management and renovation of native soils for alkali bee inhabitation. Oregon State College Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 52: 27-39.

Stephen, W. P. 1961a. Artificial nesting sites for the propagation of the leaf-cutter bees, Megachile (Eutricharaea) rotundata, for alfalfa pollination. Journal of Economic Entomology 54(5): 989-993.

Stephen, W. P. 1961b. Biological observations on Emphoropsis miserabilis (Cresson), with comparative notes on other anthophorids. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 54: 687-692.

Stephen, W. P. 1962. Propagation of the leaf-cutter bee for alfalfa seed production. Bulletin of the Oregon Agriculture Experiment Station no. 586: 1-12.

Stephen, W. P. 1965a. Circadian rhythms in the leafcutter bee, Megachile rotundata (Fabr.). Proc. 12th Intern. Congr. Entomol. London, 8-16 July, 1964. Pp. 350.

Stephen, W. P. 1965b. Artificial beds for alkali bee propagation. Bulletin of the Oregon Agriculture Experiment Station No. 598: 1- 20 pp.

Stephen, W. P. 1965c. Effects of soil moisture on survival of prepupae of the alkali bee. Journal of Economic Entomology 58: 472-474.

Stephen, W. P. 1966a. Andrena (Cryptandrena) viburnella, I: Bionomics. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 39: 42-51.

Stephen, W. P. 1966b. Andrena (Cryptandrena) viburnella, II: External morphology of the larva and pupa. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 39: 51-53.

Stephen, W. P. 1968. Bees for seed. Animals 10(11): 518-520.

Stephen, W. P. 1970. Stone fruit pollination. Fact Sheet Oregon State University Extension Service No. 172: 1-2.

Stephen, W. P. 1973. Insects as natural resources and tools of management. In: Insect-studies in population management [Collective papers, 14th International Congress, Canberra 1972.]. Ecological Society of Australia, Canberra. Pp. 31-44. (Mem.1).

Stephen, W. P. 1979. A natural light Sapyga and parasite emergence trap in leafcutting bee management (Megachile rotundata). Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University, Corvallis Bulletin No. 636: 1-2.

Stephen, W. P. 1981a. The design and function of field domiciles and incubators for leafcutting bee management, Megachile rotundata (Fabricius). Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 654: 1-13.

Stephen, W. P. 1981b. Leafcutting bees for fun and profit. Agricultural Reviews and Manuals, USDA, Science and Education Administration. ARS North Central Region No. 19: 1-27.

Stephen, W. P. 1987. Megachile (Eutricharea) apicalis, an introduced bee with potential as a domesticable alfalfa pollinator. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 60(4): 583-584.

Stephen, W. P. 1991. The design and function of field domiciles and incubators for leafcutting bee management [Megachile rotundata (Fabricius)]. WREP (Western Region Extension Publication - Cooperative Extension Service)>[In: Station Bulletin No. 654] 12 (rev.): 1-13.

Stephen, W. P. 1996. The history of Megachile rotundata in the new world and its cosmopolitan redistribution. In: Proceedings 27th Ann. Winter Seed School. Jan. 28-30.

Stephen, W. P., G. E. Bohart & P. E. Torchio, 1969. The biology and external morphology of bees with a synopsis of the genera of Northwestern America. Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University, Corvallis. ii +140 pages.

Stephen, W. P., D. M. Burgett & J. Capizzi, 1977. Stone fruit pollination. Fact Sheet Oregon State University Extension Service No. 172: 1-2.

Stephen, W. P. & J. Capizzi, 1972. Stone fruit pollination. Fact Sheet Oregon State University Extension Service No. 172 (rev.): 1-2.

Stephen, W. P. & D. D. Evans, 1960. Studies in the alkali bee (Nomia melanderi ckll.). Oreg. Agr. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bul. 52: 1-39.

Stephen, W. P. & R. W. Every, 1970. Nesting media for the propogation of leaf cutter bee. Oregon State Univ., Corvallis [Coop. Extension with U. S. Dep. Agric.] Fact Sheets No.175: 1-2.

Stephen, W. P., B. L. Fichter & J. D. Vandenburg, 1982. Efficacy of leafcutting bee body decontaminants. In: Proceedings First International Symposium on Alfalfa Leafcutting Bee Management. Univ. of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Stephen, W. P. & T. Koontz, 1973a. The larvae of the Bombini, Part I: Interspecific variation in larval head characteristics of Bombus (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Melanderia 13: 1-12.

Stephen, W. P., C. C. Shock, J. Willnow, J. Swisher & T. Stieber, 1987. Management factor interactions on alfalfa seed production. Special report - Oregon State University, Agricultural Experiment Station 814: 25-30.

Stephen, W. P. & T. Koontz, 1973b. The larvae of the Bombini, Part II: Developmental changes in the preadult stages of Bombus griseocollis (DeGeer). Melanderia 13: 13-29.

Stephen, W. P. & C. E. Osgood, 1965a. The induction of emergence in the leaf-cutter bee Megachile rotundata, an important pollinator of alfalfa. Journal of Economic Entomology 58(2): 284-286.

Stephen, W. P. & C. E. Osgood, 1965b. Influence of tunnel size and nesting medium on sex ratios in a leaf-cutter bee, Megachile rotundata. Journal of Economic Entomology 58(5): 965-968.

Stephen, W. P. & B. Schricker, 1970. The effect of sublethal doses of parathion. II site of parathion activity, and signal integration. Journal of Apicultural Research 9(3): 155-164.

Stephen, W. P. & P. F. Torchio, 1961. Biological notes on the leafcutter bee, Megachile rotundata. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 37(2): 85-93.

Stephen, W. P. & J. M. Undurraga, 1976. X-radiography, an analytical tool in population studies of the leafcutter bee Megachile pacifica. Journal of Agricultural Research 15(2): 81-87.

Stephen, W. P. & J. M. Undurraga, 1977. Summary of alfalfa leafcutter bee research at OSU. In: 8th Annual Interstate Alfalfa Seed Growers Short Course. University of Nevada, Reno. Pages 11.1 – 11.11.

Stephen, W. P. & J. M. Undurraga, 1978. Chalk brood disease in the leafcutting bee. Oregon State University, Corvallis. Agric. Exper. Sta. Bull. No. 630: 1-7.

Stephen, W. P. & J. M. Undurraga, 1979. Field domicile and incubators for the leafcutting bee – their form and function in management. Oregon State University, Corvallis. Agric. Exper. Sta. Bull. No. 637: 1-6.

Stephen, W. P., J. D. Vandenberg & B. L. Fichter, 1981. Etiology and epizootiology of chalkbrood in the leafcutting bee, Megachile rotundata (Fabricius) with notes on Ascosphaera species. Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 653: 1-10.

Stephen, W. P., J. D. Vandenberg, B. L. Fichter & G. Lahm, 1982. Inhibition of chalkbrood spore germination in vitro (Ascosphaera aggregata: Ascophaerales). Oregon State University Agriculture Experiment Station Bulletin 656: 1-35.

Stephens, J. F. 1829. A systematic catalogue of British insects: being an attempt to arrange all the hitherto discovered indigenous insects in accordance with their natural affinities. xxxiv+388 pp. London.

Stephens, J. F. 1829. A systematic catalogue of British insects. Baldwin and Cradock, London. 388 pages.

Stephens, J. F. 1829. The nomenclature of British insects.... Baldwin and Cradock, London. 68 pp.

Stephens, J. F. 1846. Illustrations of British entomology; or a synopsis of indigenous insects: containing their generic and specific distinctions; with an account of their metamorphoses, times of appearance, localities, food, and economy, as far as practicable. Supplement. vi+32 pp. London.

Stephens, P. 1973. Australian bee cager. American Bee Journal 113(7): 259.

Stephens, P. E. 1942. Pollination test on alfalfa. Pa. Beekeeper 16(4): 6.

Stephens, P. E. & N. R. Crawford, 1962. The relation of location of honey bee colonies to alfalfa seed set.. In Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Pollination, Copenhagen, Aug.1960. Commun. 7, Swedish Seed Growers' Association, pp. 78-85.

Stephens, P. E. & C. B. Reed, 1970. Brood measurment as a valid index to the value of honey bees as pollinators. Journal of Economic Entomology 63: 148-149.

Stern, A., B. Wuthrich & G. Mullner, 2000. Successful treatment of occupational allergy to bumblebee venom after failure with honeybee venom extract. Allergy (Copenhagen) 55(1): 88-91.

Stern, R. A., D. Eisikowitch & A. Dag, 2001. Sequential introduction of honeybee colonies and doubling their density increases cross-pollination, fruit-set and yield in 'red delicious' apple. Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology 76(1): 17-23.

Stern, R. A., A. H. Zisovich, A. Dag, S. Shafir & M. Goldway, 2005. Increasing the yield of 'Spadona' pear (Pyrus communis L.) by appropriate utilization of beehives. Acta horticulturae no. 671: 143-150.

Steshenko, F. N. 1977. Role of honey bees in the cross-pollination of grape. Pp. 366-371. In: A. N. Mel’nichenko (ed.), Pollination of agricultural crops by bees. Kul’tur. Publ. House, Ministry of Agriculture of the USSR, Moscow, 1960.

Stevanovic, J. & Z. Stanimirovic, 2003. Biology of Varroa destructor. Pp. 1-9 In: Stanimirovic, Z. (Ed.). [Collection of the plenary papers from the 2nd conference about biology and health protection of honey bees, Belgrade [Serbia and Montenegro], November 22, 2003]. Zbornik plenarnih radova 2. savetovanja o biologiji i zdravstvenoj zastiti pcela, Beograd [Srbija i Crna Gora], 22.11.2003. Beograd (Serbia and Montenegro). Fakultet veterinarske medicine. 2003. 75 p. (In Serbian).

Stevens, O. A. 1920. Notes on species of Halictus visiting eveining flowers (Hym.). Entomological News 31: 35-44.

Stevens, O. A. 1948. Native bees. Bumblebees. Bimonthly Bulletin, North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station 11: 49-54.

Stevenson, C. 2005. Chimney bee rescue. American bee journal 145(10): 814-818.

Stevenson, J. H., P. H. Needham & J. Walker, 1978. Poisoning of honey bees by pesticides: Investigations of the changing patterns in Britain over 20 years. Rothamsted Exp. Stn. Rep. 2 [1977]: 55-72.

Stevenson, M. A., H. Benard, P. Bolger & R. S. Morris, 2005. Spatial epidemiology of the Asian honey bee mite (Varroa destructor) in the North Island of New Zealand. Preventive veterinary medicine 71(3-4): 241-252.

Stewart, J. D. & H. Shimanuki, 1970. Rapid-sample pollen trap for honey bees. Journal of Economic Entomology 63(4): 1350.

Stewart, M. A. 1930. The insect visitants and inhabitants of Melilotus alba. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 38: 43-46.

Stibich, A. S., P. A. Carbonaro & R. A. Schwartz, 2001. Insect bite reactions: an update. Dermatology 202(3): 193-197.

Stibick, J. N. L. 1984. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service strategy and the African honey bee. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 30 (4): 22-26.

Stiles, E. W. 1976. Comparison of male bumble bee flight paths: temperate and tropical (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 49(2): 266-274.

Stirret, G.M. 1935. A contribution to the knowledge of sugar beet insects in Ontario. A historical review and preliminary survey of the insects associated with sugar-beets. Scientific Agriculture 16: 180-196.

Stirton, C. H. 1977a. Broad-spectrum pollination of Plectranthus neochilus. Bothalia 12: 229-230.

Stirton, C. H. 1977b. The pollination of Canavalia virosa by xylocopid and megachilid bees. Bothalia 12: 225-227.

Stith, L. S. 1970. A bee in hybrid cotton production. In: The Indispensable Pollinators. Ark. Agr. Ext. Serv. Misc. Pub. 127: 28 - 32.

Stnimirovic, Z., J. Stevanovic & M. Andjelkovic, 2005. Chromosomal diversity in Apis mellifera carnica from Serbia. Apidologie 36: 31-42.

Stockhammer, K. A. 1966. Nesting habits and life cycle of a sweat bee, Augochlora pura. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 39: 157-192.

Stockhammer, K. A. 1967. Some notes on the biology of the blue sweat bee, Lasioglossum coelruleum. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 40: 177-189.

Stöckhert, E. 1933. Die Bienen Frankens (Hym., Apidae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 1932: 1-294.

Stöckhert, E. 1941. Über die Gruppe der Nomada zonata Panz. Mitteilungen der Münchner Entomologischen Gesellschaft 31: 1072-1122.

Stöckhert, E. 1943. Über die Gruppe der Nomada furva Panz. Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 1943: 89-126.

Stoeckhert, F. K. 1933. Die Bienen Frankens. Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 1933: 1-294.

Stoeckhert, F. K. 1954. Fauna Apoideorum Germaniae. Abhandulngen der Bayerishcen Akademie der Wissenschaften 65: 1-87.

Stockhouse, R. E. II. & H. Wells, 1978. Pollination ecology of Chlorogalum pommeridianum, Liliaceae. Bulletin of the South California Academy of Sciences 77: 124-129.

Stockwell, E. 1994. Africanized bees in arizona. American Bee Journal 134(8): 507.

Stoeckhert, F. K. 1922. Zur biologie von Prosopis variegata F. (Hym.). Konowia 1: 39-58.

Stoeckhert, F. K. 1933. Die Bienen Frankens (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Eine ökologischtiergeographische Untersuchung. Friedländer, Berlin. 294 pages. [Beihefte der Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrfit 1932: i-vii + 1-294.]

Stoeckhert, F. K. 1954. Fauna Apoideorum Germaniae. Abhandlungen der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (n.f.) 65: 1-87. (Anhang by H. Bischoff, pp. 70-73.)

Stoilov, N., K. Spasov, T. Nencheva, V. Bashliiska & o. Petkova, 1990. A comparative study of queen bees produced in different bee gardens of the reserves for regional distribution of initial material. Zhivoinov’s Nauki 27(1): 82-88.

Stolobov, N. M., Palevich, S. M., Titov, V. F., Grobov, O. F. & N. D. Dobrynin, 1989. The system of measures to control chalcidoid parasites of the alfalfa leaf-cutting bee (Methodical recommendations). Gosagroprom RSFSR. Moscow. 18 pages.

Stone, G. N. 1993. Endothermy in the solitary bee, Anthophora plumipes - independent measures of thermoregulatory ability, costs of warm-up and the role of body size. Journal of Experimental Biology 174: 299-320.

Stone, G. N. 1994. Patterns of evolution of warm-up rates and body temperatures in-flight in solitary bees of the genus Anthophora. Functional Ecology 8: 324-335.

Stone, G. N. 1995. Female foraging responses to sexual harassment in the solitary bee Anthophora plumipes. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55: 405-412.

Stone G. N., F. S. Gilbert, P. G. Willmer, S. G. Potts, F. Semida & S. Zalat, 1999. Windows of opportunity and the temporal structuring of foraging activity in a desert solitary bee. Ecological Entomology 24: 208-221.

Stone, G. N. N. E. Raine, M. Prescott & P. G. Willmer, 2003. Pollination ecology of acacias (Fabaceae, Mimosoideae). Australian Systematic Botany 16(1): 103-118.

Stone, G. N. & P. G. Willmer, 1989. Warm-up rates and body temperature in bees, the importance of body size, thermal regime and phylogeny. Journal of Experimental Biology 147: 303-328.

Stoner, A., J. O. Moffett, A. L. Wardecker & H. A Rhodes, 1979. Benefit of the Wardecker waterer to colonies of honey bees during stress and nonstress situations. Environmental Entomology 8(3): 418-420.

Stoner, A. J. O. Moffett, W. T. Wilson & L. N. Standifer, 1981. Apis mellifera: effect of management of one-and two-queen colonies on bee losses by spraying insecticides on cotton. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 16(3): 323-351.

Stoner, A., H. A. Rhodes & W. T. Wilson, 1979. Case histories of the effects of microencapsulated methyl parathion (Penncap-M) applied to fields near honeybee colonies. American Bee Journal 119(9): 648-649, 651-654.

Stoner, A. & W. T. Wilson, 1976. Selected references to the African/Brazilian honey bee. Gleanings in Bee Culture 104(9): 328-330.

Stoner, A. & W. T. Wilson, 1977. A review of the public's reaction to Africanized honeybees. Gleanings in Bee Culture 105(9): 405-408.

Stoner, A. & W. T. Wilson, 1985. Toxicity effects and chalkbrood incidence in honeybee (Apis mellifera) colonies fed controlled dose of fuangicides. J. Entomol. Sci. 20(2): 172-178.

Stoner, A., W. T. Wilson & J. Harvey, 1984. Honey bee (Apis mellifera) exposure to bee wax foundation seeded with methyl parathion. Southerstern Entomologist 9(1): 22-27.

Stoner, A., W. T. Wilson & J. Harvey, 1985. Acephate (Orthene): effects on honey bee queen, brood and worker survival. American Bee Journal 125(6): 448-450.

Stoner, A., W. T. Wilson & H. A. Rhodes, 1982. Carbofuran: effect of long-term feeding of low doses in sucrose syrup on honeybees in stardard-size field colonies. Environmental Entomology 11(1): 53-59.

Stoner, A., W. T. Wilson, H. A. Rhodes & R. R. Sackett, 1977. Compatibility of honey bees with a mosquito abatement program in the Little Laramie Valley, Wyoming. Environmental Entomology 6(4): 509-512.

Stoner, S., J. O. Moffett & A. L. Wardecker, 1979. The effect of the Todd dead bee trap, used alone and in combination with the Wardecker waterer, on colonies of honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 52(3): 556-560.

Stoner, S., J. O. Moffett & A. L. Wardecker, 1980. Test of caging materials for the confinement of honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies in the hot, dry climate of the south-western USA. American Bee Journal 120(4): 297-298, 300.

Stoner, A., W. T. Wilson & J. O. Moffett, 1984. Effect of long-term feeding of low doses of fenvalerate or fluvalinate in sucrose syrup on honey bees in standard-size field colonies. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 19(4): 490-498.

Stort, A. C. 1974. Genetic study of aggressiveness of two subspecies of Apis mellifera in Brazil. 1. some tests to measure aggressiveness. Journal of Apicultural Research 13(1): 33-38.

Stort, A. C. 1975a. Genetic study of aggressiveness of two subspecies of Apis mellifera in Brazil. 2. Time at which the first sting reached a leather ball. Journal of Apicultural Research 14(3/4): 171-175.

Stort, A. C. 1975b. Genetical study of the aggressiveness of two subspecies of - Apis mellifera in Brasil. V. Number of stings in the leather ball. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 48(3): 381-387.

Stort, A. C. 1976. Genetic study of the aggressiveness of two subspecies of Apis Mellifera in Brazil. III. time taken for the colony to become aggressive. Ciencia e Cultura - Sociedade Brasileira para o Progreesso da Ciencia 28(10): 1182-1185.

Stort, A. C. 1978. Genetic study of the aggressiveness of two subspecies of Apis mellifera in Brazil. VII. Correlation of the various aggressiveness characters among each other and with the genes for abdominal color. Ciencia e Cultura - Sociedade Brasileira para o Progresso da Ciencia 30(4): 492-496.

Stort, A. C. 1979a. Aggressive behavior and sensory structures in Africanized and Italian honeybees Apis mellifera adensonii, Apis mellifera mellifera, effects of breeding, morphology, South America. Apic. Clim. Quente Api. Hot Clim. [1978]1979 : 53-55.

Stort, A. C. 1979b. Selection of morphological characters in 3 subspecies of Apis mellifera: Apis mellifera adansonii, Apis mellifera ligustica, Apis mellifera mellifera, taxonomic aspects, Brazil. Apic. Clim. Quente Api. Hot Clim. [1978] 1979: 129-130.

Stort, A. C. & N. Barelli, 1981. Antennal sensory structures of Scaptotrigona postica (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 54(4): 751-756.

Stort, A. C. & N. Barelli, 1981. Genetic study of olfactory structures in the antennae of two Apis mellifera subspecies. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 54(2): 352-358.

Stort, A. C. G. & J. Chaud-Netto, 1980. Sensorial structures and flight activity of Africanized honeybees (Apis mellifera adansonii). Revista Brasileira de Biologia 40(4): 717-720.

Stort, A. C. & L. S. Goncalves, 1979a. Africanized honeybee and the present situation of apiculture in Brazil. Apic. Clim. Quente Api. Hot Clim. [1978]1979: 155-172.

Stort, A. C. & L. S. Goncalves, 1979b. The African bee Apis mellifera adansonii and the current situation of apiculture in Brazil. Cienc. Cult. Soc. Bras. Progr. Cienc. 31 (1): 32-43.

Stort, A. C. & L. S. Goncalves, 1986. Storage of germplasm. Pp. 345-359. In: T. E. Rinderer (ed.), Bee genetics and breeding.

Stort, A. C., L. S. Goncalves, O. Malaspina & F. A. M. Duarte, 1981. Study on sineacar effectiveness in controlling Varroa jacobsoni. Apidologie 12(3): 289-297.

Stort, A. C., M. M. Bueno de Moraes & N. Barelli, 1986. Scanning electron microscopy observations of the mandibles of Scaptotrigona postica workers (Hymenoptera, Apoidea). Journal of Apicultural Research 25(2): 65-70.

Stort, A. C., M. M. Bueno Moraes & N. Barelli, 1987. Scanning electron microscope observations on the head of Scaptotrigona postica workers (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 60(1): 162-166.

Stort, A. C., M. M. Bueno de Moraes & N. Barelli, 1988. Scanning electron microscope observations on the abdominal terga of Scaptotrigona postica workers (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 32(1): 63-68.

Stort, A. C. & M. E. Rebustini, 1998. Differences in the number of some antennal sensilla of four honey bee (Apis mellifera) types and comparisons with the defensive behaviour. Journal of Apicultural Research 37(1): 3-10.

Stort, A. C. G. & N. J. Chaud, 1980. Sensorial structures and flight activity of Africanized honey bees, Haploid and diploid drones. Revista Brasileira de Biologia 40(4): 717-720.

Stort, A. C. G. & A. E. E. Soares, 1978. Occurrence of a new type of mosaicism in Apis mellifera. Experimentia 34(1): 31-32.

Stort, A. C. & A. E. E. Soares, 1980. Study of mosaicism in the antennae of Apis mellifera. Ciencia e Cultura - Sociedade Brasileira para o Progresso da Ciencia 32(11): 1552-1554.

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Stout, J. C. 2000. Does size matter? Bumblebee behaviour and the pollination of Cytisus scoparius L. (Fabaceae) Apidologie 31(1): 129-140.

Stout, J. C. & D. Goulson, 2002. The influence of nectar secretion rates on the responses of bumblebees (Bombus spp.) to previously visited flowers. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 52(3): 239-246.

Stout, J. C., A. R. Kells & D. Goulson, 2002. Pollination of the invasive exotic shrub Lupinus arboreus (Fabaceae) by introduced bees in Tasmania. Biological Conservation 106(3): 425-434.

Strand, E. 1910. Apidologisches aus dem Naturhistorischen Museum zu Wiesbaden. Jahrbücher des Nassauischen Vereins für Naturkunde 63: 37-45.

Strand, E. 1911a. Eine neue Megachile von den Salomonen. Wiener Entomologische Zeitschrift 30: 79.

Strand, E. 1911b. Zur Kenntnis papuanischer und australischer Hymenoptera, insebesondere Schupfwespen. Internatl. Entomologische Zeitschrift 5: 86-87.

Strand, E. 1913a. Apidae von Ceylon, gesammelt 1899 von Herrn. Dr. W. Horn. Archiv für Naturgeschichte, Abt A 79(2): 135-150.

Strand, E. 1913 b. H. Sauter’s Formosa-Ausbeute, Apidae I. Supplementa Entomologica no. 2: 23-67.

Strand, E. 1913c. Bestimmungstabelle nebst weiteren Beiträgen zur Kenntnis afrikanisscher Nomia-Arten. Archiv für Naturgeschichte, Abt. A 79(10): 121-144.

Strand, E. 1914a. H. Sauter’s Formosa-Ausbeute, Apidae III. Archiv für Naturgeschichte, Abt A 80(1): 136-144.

Strand, E. 1914b. Zur Kenntnis afrikanischer Arten der Bienengattung Allodape Lep. Archiv für Naturgeschichte, Abt A 80(12): 34-60.

Strand, E. 1915. Apidae con Tsingtau. Ent. Mitt. 4: 72~73.

Strand, E. 1918. Ueber W. Horns litauische entomologische Kriegsausbeute 1916 (besonders Trichoptera, Ephemeroptera, Lepidoptera und Hymenoptera). Hymenoptera. Entomol. Mitt. 2: 209-215. (1917).

Strand, E. 1919. Lepidoptera, Hymenoptera und Arachniden aus Macedonien. Zeitschrift des Österreichischen Entomologen-Vereines 4: 44-45.

Strand, E. 1921a. Apidologisches, insbesondere über paläarktische Andrena-Arten, auf Grund von Material des Deutschen Entomologischen Museums. Archiv für Naturgeschichte, Abt A 87(3): 266-304.

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