Tamiji Inoue

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Tamiji Inoue (1947-1997), Japanese entomologist.

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Publications[edit]

  • Inoue, T. (1990). An analysis of apid bee richness in Sumatra. In: G.K. Veeresh, B. Mallik & C.A. Viraktamath (Eds.), Social insects and the environment, proceedings of the 11th international congress of IUSSI, 1990 (International union for the study of social insects), Oxford, New Delhi, pp. 581–582.
  • Inoue, T., Adri, & Salmah, S. (1990a). Nest site selection and reproductive ecology of the Asian honey bee, Apis cerana indica, in central Sumatra. In: S.F. Sakagami, R. Ohgushi & D.W. Roubik (Eds.), Natural History of social wasps and bees in equatorial Sumatra, Hokkaido University Press, Sapporo, pp. 219–232.
  • Inoue, T., Nakamura, K., Salmah, S., & Abbas, I. (1993) Population dynamics of animals in unpredictably-changing tropical environments. Journal of Bioscience, 18, 425–455.
  • Inoue, T., Roubik, D.W., & Suka, T. (1999) Nestmate recognition in the stingless bee Melipona panamica (Apidae, Meliponini). Insectes Sociaux, 46, 208–218.
  • Inoue, T. & Sakagami, S.F. (1993) A new name of Trigona (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Japanese Journal of Entomology, 61, 769.
  • Inoue, T., Sakagami, S.F., Salmah, S., & Nukmal, N. (1984a) Discovery of successful absconding in the stingless bee Trigona (Tetragonula) laeviceps. Journal of Apicultural Research, 23, 136–142.
  • Inoue, T., Sakagami, S.F., Salmah, S., & Yamane, S. (1984b) The process of colony multiplication in the Sumatran stingless bee Trigona (Tetragonula) laeviceps. Biotropica, 16, 100–111.
  • Inoue, T., Salmah, S., Abbas, I., & Yusuf, E. (1985a) Foraging behavior of individual workers and foraging dynamics of colonies of three sumatran stingless bees. Researches on Population Ecology (Kyoto), 27, 373–392.
  • Inoue, T., Salmah, S., & Sakagami, S.F. (1996b) Individual variations in worker polyethism of the Sumatran stingless bee, Trigona (Tetragonula) minangkabau (Apidae, Meliponinae). Japanese Journal of Entomology, 64, 641–668.
  • Inoue, T., Salmah, S., Sakagami, S.F., Yamane, S., & Kato, M. (1990b). An analysis of anthophilous insects in central Sumatra. In: S.F. Sakagami, R. Ohgushi & D.W. Roubik (Eds.), Natural History of social wasps and bees in equatorial Sumatra, Hokkaido University Press, Sapporo, pp. 175–200.
  • Inoue, T., Salmah, S., & Yusuf, E. (1985b). Foraging behavior of individual workers and foraging dynamics of colonies of three Sumatran stingless bees [summary of Researches on Population Ecology (Kyoto), 27: 373–392]. In: Sumatra nature study (Entomology) (Ed.), Evolutionary ecology of insects in humid tropics, especially in central Sumatra, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa (Japan), pp. 44–49.