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#1 Offline OhNoNotAgain - Posted December 24 2020 - 8:51 PM

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I was just researching the Melipona stingless bee and came across this article in a completely unrelated context, which was quite a coincidence. This is a person who is continuing the ancient tradition of keeping the native Melipona stingless bee, which was around before European honeybees were introduced to the Americas.

 

https://www.entrepre.../article/360729


Formiculture Journals::

Veromessor pergandei, andrei; Novomessor cockerelli

Camponotus fragilis; also separate journal: Camponotus sansabeanus, vicinus, quercicola

Liometopum occidentale;  Prenolepis imparis; Myrmecocystus mexicanus

Pogonomyrmex subnitidus and previously californicus

Tetramorium sp.

Termites: Zootermopsis angusticollis

 

Isopods: A. gestroi, granulatum, kluugi, maculatum, vulgare; C. murina; P. hoffmannseggi, P. haasi, P. ornatus; V. parvus

Spoods: Phidippus sp.





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