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Natural heat of bees 269. Distance to which they fly 271. Appendix 273. Anatomical observations on the sexual organs of. .
Natural heat of bees 269. Anatomical observations on the sexual organs of bees 276. Experiments proving the copulation of the queen 290. Photos of a reproduction of Huber's leaf hive. Fourth, to put this book in context I have included a memoir of Huber by Professor De Candolle, a friend of Huber and a series of letters from Huber that were originally published in French and later in the American Bee Journal. This gives a bit of background on Huber's life and the letters give you a better feel for his personality.
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Translated from the original. To SIR JOSEPH BANKS, BART. LETTER 2. Sequel of observations on the impregnation of the queen bee 41. Edinburgh: Printed for john anderson, and sold by longman, hurst, rees, and orme, london. ALEX SMELLIE, Printer. This translation is inscribed. LETTER 3. The same subject continued; observations on retarding the fecundation of queens 44. LETTER 4. On M. Schirach's discovery 76.
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François Huber (July 2, 1750 – December 22, 1831) was a Swiss naturalist. His Nouvelles Observations sur les Abeilles was published at Geneva in 1792 (Eng. trans. He was born at Geneva, of a family which had already made its mark in the literary and scientific world: his great-aunt, Marie. Huber, was known as a voluminous writer on religious and theological subjects, and as the translator and epitomizer of The Spectator (Amsterdam, 3 vols.
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Author: Francis Huber. Translator: Anonymous
Author: Francis Huber. Translator: Anonymous. Release Date: August 28, 2008. They not only elucidate the history of those industrious animals, whose nature is the peculiar subject of investigation, but they present some singular features in physiology which have hitherto been unknown.
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