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2013 journal article

Honey bees and bumble bees respond differently to inter- and intra-specific encounters

APIDOLOGIE, 44(6), 621–629.

By: S. Rogers n, P. Cajamarca n, D. Tarpy n & H. Burrack n

author keywords: Apis; Bombus; competition; interspecific avoidance; pollination
TL;DR: Physical encounters between honey bees, Apis mellifera, and bumble bees, Bombus impatiens, visiting artificial plants in a controlled foraging arena found both species were more likely to leave the plant following an encounter with another bee, but differed in their responses to intra- and inter-specific encounters. (via Semantic Scholar)
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