Miloje Krunić

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The orchard bee species Osmia cornuta (Latreille) and O. rufa (Linnaeus) are both European in distribution. Osmia cornuta is distributed in the central and southern half of the continent, while O. rufa is distributed additionally in more northern parts of Europe, including Great Britain. These bees over-winter in cocoons as diapausing adults. The freezing(More)
Mating activity of 115 wild males was compared with 88 homozygotes and 42 heterozygotes for their second chromosomes. Wild males, 48–96 hours old, inseminated on the average, 4.4±0.1 females per 24 hours. The hetero- and homozygotes for their second chromosomes (other chromosomes being randomly combined with those from the laboratory strain), inseminated on(More)
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