THE HONEY BEES OF INDONESIA (HYMENOPTERA: APIDAE)

@inproceedings{Engel2012THEHB,
  title={THE HONEY BEES OF INDONESIA (HYMENOPTERA: APIDAE)},
  author={Michael S Engel},
  year={2012}
}
A brief account is provided for the native and introduced species of honey bees (Apini: Apis L.) occurring across Indonesia. Keys to the tribes of corbiculate bees and the species of the genus Apis are provided to aid melittologists and apiculturists working in the country. 

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