By , on October 28th, 2013

Apis cerana, a bit strange, in its PER

Zachary Huang, Michigan State University

The Asian hive bee, Apis cerana (Ac) is said to be better adapted to scattered nectar sources than the European honey bee, A. mellifera (Am) [1]. Both species are kept in China, with about …

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By , on April 9th, 2012

Western and Eastern honey bees foraging on peach flowers.

Zachary Huang
Michigan State University

I left Michigan March 30th for China, right after most of the cherries were gone and pears were still blooming. I did not check the apples but they must be blooming since some crabapples …

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