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|Title: ||A game demonstrating aspects of bumblebee natural history|
|Authors: ||Westgarth-Smith, AR|
|Keywords: ||Bumblebee game|
|Publication Date: ||2004|
|Publisher: ||Institute of Biology|
|Citation: ||Journal of Biological Education 38: 133-135.|
|Abstract: ||The Bumblebee Game is an exciting outdoor game, which demonstrates aspects of bumblebee natural history
including food chains, food webs and competition for food, predation by crab spiders, parasitism by Conopidae
(Diptera) and brood parasitism by cuckoo bees. It has been played successfully with groups of 10-25 people.
Although most suitable for 6-14 year olds, adults have had a lot of fun playing this game.|
|Appears in Collections:||Institute for the Environment Research Papers|
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