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* Jensen AB, Palmer KA, Boomsma JJ, Pedersen BV. Varying degrees of Apis mellifera ligustica introgression in protected populations of the black honeybee, Apis mellifera mellifera, in northwest Europe: Introgression in Northwest European Black honeybees. Molecular Ecology 2004;14:93–106.[ doi:10.1111/j.1365-294X.2004.02399.x.]
* Meixner MD, Büchler R, Costa C, Francis RM, Hatjina F, Kryger P, et al. Honey bee genotypes and the environment. Journal of Apicultural Research 2014;53:183–7. [ doi:10.3896/IBRA.]
*Muñoz I, Henriques D, Johnston JS, Chávez-Galarza J, Kryger P, Pinto MA. Reduced SNP Panels for Genetic Identification and Introgression Analysis in the Dark Honey Bee (''Apis mellifera mellifera''). PLOS ONE 2015;10:e0124365. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0124365.*Pinto MA, Henriques D, Chávez-Galarza J, Kryger P, Garnery L, van der Zee R, et al. Genetic integrity of the Dark European honey bee (''Apis mellifera mellifera'') from protected populations: a genome-wide assessment using SNPs and mtDNA sequence data. Journal of Apicultural Research 2014;53:269–78. [ doi:10.3896/IBRA.]* Roffet-Salque M, Regert M, Evershed RP, Outram AK, Cramp LJE, Decavallas O, et al. Widespread exploitation of the honeybee by early Neolithic farmers. Nature 2015;527:226–30. [ doi:10.1038/nature15757.]* Soland-Reckeweg G, Heckel G, Neumann P, Fluri P, Excoffier L. Gene flow in admixed populations and implications for the conservation of the Western honeybee, ''Apis mellifera''. Journal of Insect Conservation 2009;13:317–28. [ doi:10.1007/s10841-008-9175-0.]