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Stimuli Eliciting Mating Behaviour of Bumblebee (Bomb Us Pratoruml.) Males

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1. Males were attracted to queens presented near a visiting place, but usually ignored those offered elsewhere along a flight route. 2. A black object the size of a queen successfully elicited inspection and attempts to mate; the orange and yellow bands on a queen's body and her movements seemed not to do so. 3. The odour of a queen is important in inducing males to alight on her. Odour differences probably account for the greater attractiveness of young than old queens.

Affiliations: 1: Rothamstcd Experimental Station, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, England

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