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Female Apocephalus borealis ovipositing into the abdomen of a worker honey bee

Image of <i>Apocephalus borealis</i> Brues 1924

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Summary[edit] DescriptionAPI English: Female Apocephalus borealis ovipositing into the abdomen of a worker honey bee. Date 3 January 2012 Source Fig. 1B of Core A, Runckel C, Ivers J, Quock C, Siapno T, et al. (2012). "A new threat to honey bees, the parasitic phorid fly Apocephalus borealis". PLoS ONE 7 (1). DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0029639. Retrieved on 04 January 2012. Author Core A, Runckel C, Ivers J, Quock C, Siapno T, et al. (2012). "A new threat to honey bees, the parasitic phorid fly Apocephalus borealis". PLoS ONE 7 (1). DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0029639. Retrieved on 04 January 2012. Other versions derived from File:Journal.pone.0029639.g002.png

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Core A, Runckel C, Ivers J, Quock C, Siapno T, et al. (2012). "A new threat to honey bees, the parasitic phorid fly Apocephalus borealis". PLoS ONE 7 (1). DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0029639. Retrieved on 04 January 2012.
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Core A, Runckel C, Ivers J, Quock C, Siapno T, et al. (2012). "A new threat to honey bees, the parasitic phorid fly Apocephalus borealis". PLoS ONE 7 (1). DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0029639. Retrieved on 04 January 2012.
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Fig. 1B of Core A, Runckel C, Ivers J, Quock C, Siapno T, et al. (2012). "A new threat to honey bees, the parasitic phorid fly Apocephalus borealis". PLoS ONE 7 (1). DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0029639. Retrieved on 04 January 2012.
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