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Ecology of pollination in Strigosella grandiflora and Erysimum badghysi (Brassicaceae) by bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) in Badkhyz: estimation of the pressure of competitive relationships


, : Ecology of pollination in Strigosella grandiflora and Erysimum badghysi (Brassicaceae) by bees (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) in Badkhyz: estimation of the pressure of competitive relationships. Entomological Review 59(4): 58-73

Published English translation of AA 1099/82.

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