INSECTS PRODUCING HONEYDEW EXPLOITED BY BEES IN GREECE

@article{Santas1983INSECTSPH,
  title={INSECTS PRODUCING HONEYDEW EXPLOITED BY BEES IN GREECE},
  author={Loukas A. Santas},
  journal={Apidologie},
  year={1983},
  volume={14},
  pages={93-103}
}
More than 65 °% 1 of the honey in Greece derives from honeydew of insects. In a research work, started in 1977 and continued until now, 32 species of insects have been identified which produce honeydew exploited by bees. All these insects belong to the order Hemiptera : Homoptera and to the superfamilies Aphidoidea, Coccoidea, Psylloidea and Aleyroidea. Among these 32 species, the most important from the point of the honey production, are : The coccids Marchalina hellenica (Gen.) and Phy… 

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