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Six Superlative Sources

· Abramson, C.I., and Aquino, I.S. (2002). Behavioral studies of learning in the Africanized honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Brain Behav. Evol., 59, 68-86.

· Abramson, C.I., and Aqunio, I.S. (2002). A Scanning Electron Microscopy Atlas of the Africanized Honey Bee (Apis mellifera L.). Arte Express.

· Camazine, S., and Morse, R. (1988). The Africanized honeybee. Am. Sci., 76, 465-471.

· Rinderer, T.E., Buco, S.M., Rubink, W.L., Daly, H.V., Stelzer, J.A., Riggio, R.M., and Baptista, F.C. (1993). Morphometric identification of Africanized and European honey bees using large reference populations. Apidologie, 24, 569-585.

· Spivak, M., Fletcher, D.J.C., and Breed, M.D. (eds). (1991). The "African" Honey Bee. Westview.

· Winston, M.L. (1992). Killer Bees: The Africanized Honey Bee in the Americas. Harvard University Press.

Other Excellent Sources

· Abramson, C.I., Aquino, I.S., Ramalho, F.S., and Price, J.M. (1999). Effect of insecticides on learning in the Africanized honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 37, 529-535.

· Abramson, C.I., Aquino, I.S., Silva, M.C., and Price, J.M. (1997). Learning in the Africanized honey bee: Apis mellifera L. Physio. Behav., 62, 657-674.

· Aumeier, P. (2001). Bioassay for grooming effectiveness towards Varroa destructor mites in Africanized and Carniolan honey bees. Apidologie, 32, 81-90.

· Balderrama, N., Díaz, H., Sequeda, A., Núñez J., and Maldonado, H. (1987). Behavioral and pharmacological analysis of the stinging response in Africanized and Italian bees. In: Neurobiology and Behavior of Honeybees (ed. by R. Menzel and A. Mercer), Springer, pp. 121-128.

· Benson, K. (1985). The Africanized honey bee. Genetic tactics of survival. Am. Bee J., 125, 272-274.

· Danka, R.G., Rinderer, T.E., Hellmich, R.L., and Collins, A.M. (1986). Comparative toxicities of four topically applied insecticides to Africanized and European honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). J. Econ. Entomol., 79, 18-21.

· De Jong, D. (1984). Africanized bees now preferred by Brazilian beekeepers. Am. Bee J., 124, 116-118.

· Gonçalves, L.S. (1974). The introduction of the African bee (Apis mellifera adansonii) into Brazil and some comments on their spread in South America. Am. Bee J., 114, 414-415, 419.

· Kerr, W.E. (1957). The history of the introduction of Africanized bees to Brazil. S. Afr. Bee J., 38, 3-5.

· Kunzmann, M.R., Buchmann, S.L., Edwards, J.F., Thoenes, S.C., and Erickson, E.H. (1995). Africanized bees in North America. Our Living Resources, 448-451. U.S. Department of the Interior.

· Rinderer, T.E., Sylvester, H.A., Buco, S.M., Lancaster, V.A., Herbert, E.W., Collins, A.M., and Hellmich, R.L. (1987). Improved simple techniques for identifying Africanized and European honey bees. Apidologie, 18, 179-196.

· Schmidt, J.O., and Hurley, R. (1995). Selection of nest cavities by Africanized and European honey bees. Apidologie, 26, 467-475.

· Strauss, R.E., and Houck, M.A. (1994). Identification of Africanized honeybees via nonlinear multiplayer perceptrons. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, 5, 3261-3264.

· Winston, M.L. (1987). The Biology of the Honey Bee. Harvard University Press.

· Africanized Honey Bee and Related Links.

· Africanized Honey Bee Research at the U.S. Agricultural Research Service.

· Bee Alert: What Is the Africanized Honey Bee?

· Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Killer Bees.

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