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Cent. Bee Res. Inst. Khadi and Village Indus. Comm. Poona Indian Bee Journal 43 1 41760
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Effects of geographical position on morphometric character.For each of 8 morphological characters results were compared for bees from pairs of locations differing in latitude of longitude or altitude. Latitude apparently affects morphology more than longitude; altitude also has an influence.