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When Bee Meets Bee

UK, 1953 (MIFF 1954, Science and Nature)

Director: C. P. Abbott

A record of observations on bee behaviour made in England by Dr. O G. Butler and Mr. J. B. Free working at the Rathamsted Experimental Station.

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