Drone Engorgement in Honey Bee Swarms Public Deposited

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  • Male Apis mellifera L. (drones) accompanying reproductive swarms were analyzed for honey stomach contents to determine if they engorge honey prior to or during swarming. No evidence for engorgement was found. A diurnal feeding rhythm in drones was observed in non swarming colonies.
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  • Burgett, D. M. (1973). Drone Engorgement in Honey Bee Swarms. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 66(5), 1005-1006.
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