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  • The mating flight behavior of drone honey bees from swarm clusters is compared to drone mating flight behavior from colony situations. Duration of flight from swarms and colony situations is similar. Swarm drones appear to take as many flights/day but spend less time between flights than colony drones.
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  • Burgett, D. M. (1974). Drone Honey Bee Flight from Clustered Swarms. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 67(4), 683-684.
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