A brief overview of the accomplishments of the Journal of Melittology during its second full year of activity is provided. A total of 18 articles comprising 283 pages were published, covering topics as varied as male swarming in a Thai stingless bee, the systematics of Andean bees, the exaggerated morphology of a male melikertine in mid-Eocene amber, and the effect of light on setal coloration and its impact on studies of behavior. The journal expanded its editorial team and its publishing capacities to include monographic works.
Engel, Michael S., Victor H. Gonzalez, Ismael A. Hinojosa-Díaz, and Charles D. Michener. "Another Year of Growth for the Journal of Melittology." Journal of Melittology J. Melittol. 0.45 (2015): n. pag.http://dx.doi.org/10.17161/jom.v0i45.4838
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