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4 April 2018 Preliminary Study of the Bumble Bee Bombus griseocollis, Its Eggs, Their Eclosion, and Its Larval Instars and Pupae (Apoidea: Apidae: Bombini)
Jerome G. Rozen Jr., Corey Shepard Smith, Dennis E. Johnson
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This paper describes and illustrates the egg, fifth, first, and fourth larval instars, as well as the female pupa of Bombus (Cullumanobombus) griseocollis (DeGeer), all collected from a single nest in June 2017 in Wisconsin. In so doing, attempts are made to understand the biological significance of the anatomical and behavioral features of these various life stages.

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Jerome G. Rozen Jr., Corey Shepard Smith, and Dennis E. Johnson "Preliminary Study of the Bumble Bee Bombus griseocollis, Its Eggs, Their Eclosion, and Its Larval Instars and Pupae (Apoidea: Apidae: Bombini)," American Museum Novitates 2018(3898), 1-17, (4 April 2018). https://doi.org/10.1206/3898.1
Published: 4 April 2018
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