Temporal pattern of africanization in a feral honeybee population from Texas inferred from mitochondrial DNA
Pinto, M. Alice
Rubink, William L.
Coulson, Robert N.
Patton, John C.
Johnston, J. Spencer
- Publisher: Wiley, The Society for the Study of Evolution
Africanization | Africanized honeybee | Apis mellifera | Biological invasion | Mitochondrial DNA haplotype | Mitotype
The invasion of Africanized honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) in the Americas provides a window of opportunity
to study the dynamics of secondary contact of subspecies of bees that evolved in allopatry in ecologically distinctive
habitats of the Old World. We report h...
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