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Carnica, (23) A m. cecropia. B. , 1793: 327) Apis cerana is the East Asiatic counterpart of A mellifera (see Butler, 1954; Koeniger, 1976a). Its morphology and behavior are so similar to A mellifera that for a long time it was considered as an A. mellifera subspecies (ButtelReepen, 1906). , fanning with the abdomen toward the entrance). Moreover, it is genetically separated from A mellifera (Ruttner and Maul, 1969, 1983). It is not true that A. cerana is smaller than A. mellifera. These species greatly overlap in size (Fig.
These introductions were complete failures. The colonies did not survive for more than 1 or 2 years, and nature seems to have eliminated all the nonadapted genes within a short time. The reproductive behavior of A. m. intermissa is well adapted to the environment. In years of drought, 80% of the local population may die even though these bees are resistant to adverse external conditions. However, in the next humid year the losses will be rapidly replaced by an enormous swarming activity. In the oasis of Laghouat, Brother Adam (1983) observed a colony which produced seven swarms during a single season.
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