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The Comb of the Hive-Bee

Naturevolume 43page80 (1890) | Download Citation

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IN a recent article the Bishop of Carlisle puts forward, as conclusive objections to the perfecting of the cells in the comb of the hive-bee by natural selection: (1) the fact that other kinds of bees continue; (2) that the sterile workers cannot transmit favourable variations.

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