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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

James H Cane (Jim)
Research Entomologist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Adult pollen diet essential for egg maturation by a solitary osmia bee -
Cane, J.H. 2016. Adult pollen diet essential for egg maturation by a solitary osmia bee. Journal of Insect Physiology. 95:105-109. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jinsphys.2016.09.011.
Bee floral guilds of sagebrush-steppe wildflowers: evaluating bee community benefits among available species to seed after fire -
Crop domestication facilitated rapid geographic expansion of a specialist pollinator, the squash bee Peponapis pruinosa -
Lopez-Uribe, M.M., Cane, J.H., Minckley, R.L., Danforth, B.N. 2016. Crop domestication facilitated rapid geographic expansion of a specialist pollinator, the squash bee Peponapis pruinosa. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2016.0443.
Gauging the effect of honey bee pollen collection on native bee communities -
Timing and size of daily pollen meals eaten by adult females of a solitary bee (Nomia melanderi)(Apiformes: Halictidae) -
Cane, J.H., Dobson, H.E., Boyer, B. 2016. Timing and size of daily pollen meals eaten by adult females of a solitary bee (Nomia melanderi)(Apiformes: Halictidae). Apidologie. doi: 10.1007/s13592-016-0444-8.
Limited direct effects of a massive wildfire on its sagebrush steppe bee community -
Cane, J.H., Love, B.G. 2016. Limited direct effects of a massive wildfire on its sagebrush steppe bee community. Ecological Entomology. doi: 10.1111/een.12304.
Landscaping pebbles attract nesting by the native ground-nesting bee Halictus rubicundus (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) Reprint Icon -
Cane, J.H. 2015. Landscaping pebbles attract nesting by the native ground-nesting bee Halictus rubicundus (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Apidologie. 46(6):728-734.
Progeny of Osmia lignaria from distinct regions differ in developmental phenology and survival under a common thermal regime -
Pitts Singer, T., Cane, J.H., Trostle, G. 2014. Progeny of Osmia lignaria from distinct regions differ in developmental phenology and survival under a common thermal regime. Journal of Insect Physiology. 67:9-19.
The oligolectic bee Osmia brevis sonicates Penstemon flowers for pollen: a newly documented behavior for the Megachilidae -
Cane, J.H. 2014. The oligolectic bee Osmia brevis sonicates Penstemon flowers for pollen: a newly documented behavior for the Megachilidae. Apidologie. 45:678-684.
Generalist bees pollinate red-flowered Penstemon eatonii: refining the hummingbird pollination syndrome -
Seed feeding beetles (Bruchidae, Curculionidae, Brentidae) from legumes (Dalea ornata, Astragalus filipes) and other forbs needed for restoring rangelands of the Intermountain West Reprint Icon -
Cane, J.H., Johnson, C., Napoles, J.R., Johnson, D.A., Hammon, R. 2014. Seed feeding beetles (Bruchidae, Curculionidae, Brentidae) from legumes (Dalea ornata, Astragalus filipes) and other forbs needed for restoring rangelands of the Intermountain West. Western North American Naturalist. 73(4):477-484.
Sensitivity of systematic net sampling for detecting shifting patterns of incidence and abundance in a floral guild of bees at Larrea -
Cane, J.H., Kervin, L.K., Minckley, R.L. 2013. Sensitivity of systematic net sampling for detecting shifting patterns of incidence and abundance in a floral guild of bees at Larrea. Journal of Kansas Entomological Society. 86(2):171-180.
Dung pat nesting by the solitary bee, Osmia (Acanthosmiodes) integra (Megachilidae: Apiformes). Reprint Icon -
Cane, J.H. 2012. Dung pat nesting by the solitary bee, Osmia (Acanthosmiodes) integra (Megachilidae: Apiformes). Journal of Kansas Entomological Society. 85(3): 262-4.
Breeding biology and bee guild of Douglas' dustymaiden, Chaenactis douglasii (Asteraceae, Helenieae) -
Cane, J.H., Love, B.G., Swoboda, K. 2012. Breeding biology and bee guild of Douglas' dustymaiden, Chaenactis douglasii (Asteraceae, Helenieae). Western North American Naturalist. 72(4):563-568.
Detecting insect pollinator declines on regional and global scales. -
Lebuhn, G., Droege, S., Conner, E.F., Gemmill-Herren, B., Potts, S.G., Minckley, R.L., Griswold, T.L., Jean, R., Kula, E., Roubik, D.W., Cane, J.H., Wetherill, K., Frankie, G., Parker, F. 2012. Detecting insect pollinator declines on regional and global scales. Conservation Biology. 27(1):113-120.
Documenting persistence of most Eastern North American bee species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) to 1990-2009 -
Colla, S.R., Arduser, M., Ascher, J.S., Cane, J.H., Deyrup, M.A., Droege, S., Gibbs, J., Griswold, T.L., Hall, G., Neff, J. 2012. Documenting persistence of most Eastern North American bee species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) to 1990-2009. Journal of Kansas Entomological Society. 85(1): 14-22.
Predicted fates of ground-nesting bees in soil heated by wildfire: Thermal tolerances of life stages and a survey of nesting depths -
Cane, J.H., Neff, J.L. 2011. Predicted fates of ground-nesting bees in soil heated by wildfire: Thermal tolerances of life stages and a survey of nesting depths. Biological Conservation. 144: 2631-6.
Breeding biology and incremental benefits of outcrossing for the restoration wildflower, Hedysarum boreale (Fabaceae) -
Swoboda, K.A., Cane, J.H. 2012. Breeding biology and incremental benefits of outcrossing for the restoration wildflower, Hedysarum boreale (Fabaceae). Plant Species Biology. 27(2): 138-46.
Breeding biologies, pollinators and seed beetles of two prairie-clovers, Dalea ornata and D. searlsiae (Fabaceae: Amorpheae), from the Intermountain West USA -
Cane, J.H., Weber, M., Miller, S. 2012. Breeding biologies, pollinators and seed beetles of two prairie-clovers, Dalea ornata and D. searlsiae (Fabaceae: Amorpheae), from the Intermountain West USA. Western North American Naturalist. 72 (1):16-20.
Specialist Osmia Bees Forage Indiscriminately Among Hybridizing Balsamorhiza Floral Hosts -
Cane, J.H. 2011. Specialist Osmia bees forage indiscriminately among hybridizing Balsamorhiza floral hosts. Oecologia. 167(1): 107-16.
Meeting wild bees' needs on rangelands -
Cane, J.H. 2011. Meeting wild bees' needs on rangelands. Rangelands. 33(3):27-32.
Breeding biology of the threadstalk milkvetch, Astragalus filipes (Fabaceae), with a review of the genus -
Watrous, K.M., Cane, J.H. 2011. Breeding biology of the threadstalk milkvetch, Astragalus filipes (Fabaceae), with a review of the genus. American Midland Naturalist. 165:225-240.
Pollination value of male bees: The specialist bee Peponapis pruinosa (Apidae) at summer squash (Cucurbita pepo) -
Cane, J.H., Sampson, B.J., Miller, S.A. 2011. Pollination value of male bees: The specialist bee Peponapis pruinosa (Apidae) at summer squash (Cucurbita pepo). Environmental Entomology. 40(3):614-620.
The Alfalfa Leafcutting Bee, Megachile rotundata: The World's Most Intensively Managed Solitary Bee -
Pitts Singer, T., Cane, J.H. 2011. The alfalfa leafcutting bee, Megachile rotundata: The world's most intensively managed solitary bee. Annual Review Of Entomology. 56:221-237.
Nectar and pollen sugars constituting larval provisions of the alfalfa leaf-cutting bee (Megachile rotundata) (Hymenoptera: Apiformes: Megachilidae) -
Cane, J.H., Gardner, D.R., Harrison, P. 2011. Nectar and pollen sugars constituting larval provisions of the alfalfa leaf-cutting bee (Megachile rotundata) (Hymenoptera: Apiformes: Megachilidae). Apidologie. 42:401-408.
Plant Guide: Western Prairie Clover [Dalea Ornata (Douglas) Eaton & Wright] -
Scheinost, P., D.A Johnson and J.H. Cane, 2010. Plant guide for western prairie clover (Dalea ornata). USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, Pullman Plant Materials Center. Pullman, WA.
Morphology, courtship & mating of a mixed bilateral gynander of Osmia ribifloris biedermannii Michener (Hymenoptera: megachilidae) -
Sampson, B.J., Cane, J.H., Kirker, G.T. 2010. Morphology, courtship & mating of a mixed bilateral gynander of Osmia ribifloris biedermannii Michener (Hymenoptera: megachilidae). Journal of Kansas Entomological Society. 83(4):347-351.
Visiting bees of cucurbita flowers (cucurbitaceae) with emphasis on the presence of peponapis fervens smith (eucerini - apidae) - Santa Catarina, Southern Brazil. -
Krug, C., Alves-Dos-Santos, I., Cane, J.H. 2010. Visiting bees of cucurbita flowers (cucurbitaceae) with emphasis on the presence of peponapis fervens smith (eucerini - apidae) - Santa Catarina, Southern Brazil.. Oecologia Australis. 14(1): 128-139.
Specialist Osmia bees forage indiscriminately among hybridizing Balsamorhiza floral hosts -
Plant Fact Sheet: Western Prairie Clover [Dalea Ornata (Douglas) Eaton & Wright] Reprint Icon -
Scheinost, P., Johnson, D.A., Cane, J.H. 2009. Plant Fact Sheet: Western Prairie Clover [Dalea Ornata (Douglas) Eaton & Wright]. USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service. Pullman Plant Materials Center. Pullman, WA.
Resurrecting the Bee Osmia aglaia Sandhouse from Synonymy (Hymenoptera: Apiformes: Megachilidae) -
Cane, J.H., Rust, R.W., Bohart, G.W. 2009. Resurrecting the Bee Osmia aglaia Sandhouse from Synonymy (Hymenoptera: Apiformes: Megachilidae). Journal of Kansas Entomological Society 82(1):43-45.
Biology and Management Potential for Three Orchard Bee Species (Hymenoptera: megachilidae): Osmia Ribifloris Cockerell, O. Lignaria (say) and O. Chalybea Smith with Emphasis on the Former -
Sampson, B.J., Cane, J.H., Stringer, S.J., Spiers, J.M., Kirker, G.T. 2009. Biology and Management Potential for Three Orchard Bee Species (Hymenoptera: megachilidae): Osmia Ribifloris Cockerell, O. Lignaria (say) and O. Chalybea Smith with Emphasis on the Former. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS) 810:549-556.
Pollen Viability and Pollen Tube Attrition in Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) -
Cane, J.H. 2009. Pollen Viability and Pollen Tube Attrition in Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon). Acta Horticulturae 810:563-566.
Native Bees Effectively Pollinate New World Cucurbita (C. pepo and C. maxima): An Internet Collaboration -
Breeding Biologies, Seed Production and Species-rich Bee Guilds of Cleome lutea and Cleome serrulata (Cleomaceae) -
Cane, J.H. 2008. Breeding Biologies, Seed Production and Species-rich Bee Guilds of Cleome lutea and Cleome serrulata (Cleomaceae). Plant Species Biology. 23:152-158
A native ground nesting bee, Nomia melanderi, sustainably managed to pollinate alfalfa across an intensively agricultural landscape Reprint Icon -
Cane, J.H. 2008. A native ground nesting bee, Nomia melanderi, sustainably managed to pollinate alfalfa across an intensively agricultural landscape. Apidologie. 39: 315-323
Pollinating Bees Crucial to Farming Wildflower Seed for U.S. Habitat Restoration -
Cane, J.H. 2008. Pollinating Bees Crucial to Farming Wildflower Seed for U.S. Habitat Restoration. Book Chapter. Bee Pollination in Agricultural Ecosystems. Oxford University Press
Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apiformes) -
Cane, J.H. 2008. Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apiformes). In: Capinera, J.L editor. Encyclopedia of Entomology. 2nd edition. Springer Netherlands. 2:419-434.
Substrates and Materials Used for Nesting by North American Osmia bees (Apiformes: Megachilidae) -
Cane, J.H., Griswold, T.L., Parker, F.D. 2007. Substrates and Materials Used for Nesting by North American Osmia bees (Apiformes: Megachilidae). Annuals of the Entomological Society of America. 100(3):350-358(9)
ACTA HORTICULTURAE AN EFFECTIVE, MANAGEABLE BEE FOR POLLINATION OF RUBUS CANE FRUITS, OSMIA AGLAIA -
Cane, J.H. 2008. Acta horticulturae an effective, manageable bee for pollination of rubus cane fruits, osmia aglaia. Acta Horticulturae. (ISHS) 777: 459-464
Importance of pollinators in changing landscapes for world crops -
Klein, A.M., Vaissiere, B.E., Cane, J.H., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Cunningham, S.A., Kremen, C., Tscharntke, T. 2007. Importance of pollinators in changing landscapes for world crops. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 274 (1608):303-313
THE LOGAN BEEMAIL SHELTER: A PRACTICAL, PORTABLE UNIT FOR MANAGING CAVITY-NESTING AGRICULTURAL POLLINATORS -
Cane, J.H. 2006. The Logan Beemail Shelter: a practical, portable unit for managing cavity-nesting agricultural pollinators. American Bee Journal. 146(7):611-613.
Propagating and Managing orcahrd Mason Bees, Osmia spp. (Hymenoptera: Megachildae) for Pollinating Cultivated Blueberry -
Sampson, B., Cane, J.H., Marshall, D.A., Stringer, S.J., Spiers, J.M. 2006. Propagating and Managing orcahrd Mason Bees, Osmia spp. (Hymenoptera: Megachildae) for Pollinating Cultivated Blueberry. Blueberry Research Extension North American Workers Conference Proceedings pgs. 162-168.
AN EVALUATION OF POLLINATION MECHANISMS FOR PURPLE PRAIRIE-CLOVER, DALEA PURPUREA (FABACEAE: AMORPHEAE) -
Cane, J.H. 2006. An evaluation of pollination mechanisms for purple prairie-clover, Dalea purpurea (Fabaceae: Amorpheae). American Midland Naturalist. 156:193-197.
HONEYBEES BEES: FRIEND OR FOE? -
Cane, J.H. 2006. Honeybees bees - friend or foe?. Refuge Update. 3(2):16-17.
BASALT MILKVETCH: A PROMISING NORTH AMERICAN LEGUME FOR RANGELAND REHABILITATION, CONSERVATION, AND FORAGE PRODUCTION -
Johnson, D.A., Bhattarai, K., Jones, T.A., Gardner, D.R., Cane, J.H. 2005. Basalt milkvetch: a promising north american legume for rangeland rehabilitation, conservation, and forage production. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts.
COMPLEX RESPONSES WITHIN A DESERT BEE GUILD (HYMENOPTERA: APIFORMES) TO URBAN HABITAT FRAGMENTATION -
Cane, J.H., Minckley, R., Kervin, L., Roulston, T., Williams, N.M. 2006. Complex responses within a desert bee guild (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) to urban habitat fragmentation. Ecological Applications. 16(2):632-644.
POLLINATION POTENTIAL OF THE BEE OSMIA AGLAIA FOR CULTIVATED RASPBERRIES AND BLACKBERRIES (RUBUS: ROSACEAE) -
Cane, J.H. 2005. Pollination potential of the bee Osmia aglaia for cultivated raspberries and blackberries (Rubus: Rosaceae). Hortscience. 40:1705-1708.
INSECTS AFFECTING PRODUCTION OF NATIVE LEGUME SEED IN THE GREAT BASIN -
Hammon, B., Cane, J.H. 2005. Insects affecting production of native legume seed in the great basin. Meeting Abstract.
POLLINATION NEEDS OF ARROWLEAF BALSAMROOT, BALSAMORHIZA SAGITTATA (HELIANTHEAE: ASTERACEAE) -
Cane, J.H. 2005. Pollination needs of arrowleaf balsamroot, Balsamorhiza sagittata (Heliantheae: Asteraceae). Western North American Naturalist. 65(3):359-364.
TEMPORALLY PERSISTENT PATTERNS OF INCIDENCE AND ABUNDANCE IN A POLLINATOR GUILD AT ANNUAL AND DECADAL SCALES: THE BEES OF LARREA TRIDENTATA -
Cane, J.H., Minckley, R.L., Kervin, L., Roulston, T. 2005. Temporally persistent patterns of incidence and abundance in a pollinator guild at annual and decadal scales: the bees of Larrea tridentata. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, London. 85:319-329.
BASALT MILKVETCH AND GLOBEMALLOWS: NORTH AMERICAN FORBS FOR REHABILITATION, CONSERVATION, AND FORAGE PRODUCTION -
Johnson, D.A., Jones, T.A., Cane, J.H., Gardner, D.R., Peel, M. 2005. Basalt milkvetch and globemallows: north american forbs for rehabilitation, conservation, and forage production. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts.
FLORAL SPECIALIZATION BY BEES: ANALYTICAL METHODS AND A REVISED LEXICON FOR OLIGOLECTY -
Cane, J.H., Sipes, S. 2006. Floral specialization by bees: analytical methods and a revised lexicon for oligolecty. In NM Waser and J. Ollerton, editors. Plant-pollinator interactions: from specialization to generalization. Univ. Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA. p.99-122.
DOSE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN POLLINATION AND FRUITING REFINE POLLINATOR COMPARISIONS FOR CRANBERRY (VACCINIUM MACROCARPON AIT.) -
Cane, J.H., Schiffhauer, D. 2003. Dose-response relationships between pollination and fruiting refine pollinator comparisions for cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon ait.). American Journal of Botany. 90:1425-1432
Screen House Evaluations of a Blue Orchard Bee Osmia ribifloris (Hymenoptera: apidae) as a Supplemental Pollinator for Southeastern Blueberries -
Sampson, B.J., Stringer, S.J., Cane, J.H., Spiers, J.M. 2004. Screen House Evaluations of a Blue Orchard Bee Osmia ribifloris (Hymenoptera: apidae) as a Supplemental Pollinator for Southeastern Blueberries. Blueberry Research Extension North American Workers Conference Proceedings. 3(15):381-392.
EXOTIC NON-SOCIAL BEES (HYMENOPTERA: APOIDEA) IN NORTH AMERICA: ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS -
Cane, J.H. 2003. Exotic non-social bees (hymenoptera: apoidea) in north America: ecological implications. In:Strickler, K., Cane, J.H.,editors. For nonnative crops, whence pollinator for the future? Lanham, MD. Thomas Say Publications in Entomology. p.113-126
FOR NONNATIVE CROPS, WHENCE POLLINATORS OF THE FUTURE? -
Strickler, K., Cane, J.H. 2004. For nonnative crops, whence pollinators of the future?. Lanham, MD. Thomas Say Publications in Entomology. 204.
BIOLOGICAL IMPEDIMENTS TO MEASURES OF COMPETITION AMONG INTRODUCED HONEY BEES AND DESERT BEES. -
MINCKLEY, R.L., CANE, J.H., KERVIN, L.J., YANEGA, D.A. BIOLOGICAL IMPEDIMENTS TO MEASURES OF COMPETITION AMONG INTRODUCED HONEY BEES AND DESERT BEES.. JOURNAL OF KANSAS ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 2003. 76(2):306-319
Alkali Bee -
Cane, J.H. 2007. Alkali Bee. In: Shimanuki, H., Flottum, K., Harman, A., editors. ABC & XYZ of Bee Culture. 41st edition. Medina, OH. A.I. Root Company. p.11-12.
Bee, Definition of -
Cane, J.H. 2007. Bee, Definition of. In: Shimanuki, H., Flottum, K., Harman, A., editors. ABC & XYZ of Bee Culture. 41st edition. Medina, OH. A.I. Root Company. p.78-80.
Screenhouse Evaluations of a Mason Bee Osmia ribifloris (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) as a Pollinator for Blueberries in the Southeastern United States -
Sampson, B.J., Cane, J.H., Stringer, S.J., Spiers, J.M. 2004. Screenhouse Evaluations of a Mason Bee Osmia ribifloris (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) as a Pollinator for Blueberries in the Southeastern United States. Small Fruits Variety Journal. 3(15):381-392.
INTRODUCTION: FOR NON-NATIVE CROPS, WHENCE POLLINATORS OF THE FUTURE? -
Strickler, K., Cane, J.H. 2003. Introduction. In: Strickler, K., Cane, J.H.,editors. For non-native crops, whence pollinators of the future?. Lanham, MD. Thomas Say Publications in Entomology. p.1-9.
ANNUAL DISPLACEMENT OF SOIL IN NEST TUMULI OF ALKALI BEES (NOMIA MELANDERI) (HYMENOPTERA: APIFORMES) ACROSS A LANDSCAPE -
CANE, J.H. ANNUAL DISPLACEMENT OF SOIL IN NEST TUMULI OF ALKALI BEES (NOMIA MELANDERI) (HYMENOPTERA: APIFORMES) ACROSS A LANDSCAPE. JOURNAL OF KANSAS ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 2003. 76(2):p.172-176
BEE, POLLINATION, AND THE CHALLENGES OF SPRAWL -
Cane, J.H. 2005. Bees, pollination, and the challenges of sprawl. In "Nature in Fragments: the Legacy of Sprawl" E.A. Johnson and M.W. Klemens (eds.). Columbia Univ. Press. p. 109-124.
HOST-SWITCHING DOES NOT CIRCUMVENT THE NI-BASED DEFENCE OF THE NI HYPERACCUMULATOR STREPTANTHUS POLYGALOIDES (BRASSICACEAE) -
South African Journal of Science, 2001. 37:554-557
POLLINATING BEES (HYMENOPTERA:APIFORMES) OF U.S. ALFALFA COMPARED FOR RATES OF POD AND SEED SET. -
CANE, J.H. POLLINATING BEES (HYMENOPTERA:APIFORMES) OF U.S. ALFALFA COMPARED FOR RATES OF POD AND SEED SET.. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 2002. 95(1):22-27
CAUSES AND EXTENT OF DECLINES AMONG NATIVE NORTH AMERICAN INVERTEBRATE POLLINATORS: DETECTION, EVIDENCE AND CONSEQUENCES -
SAMPLING BEES (HYMENOPTERA: APIFORMES) FOR POLLINATOR COMMUNITY STUDIES: PITFALLS OF PAN-TRAPPING -
Cane, J.H., Minckley, R.L., Kervin, L.J. 2000. Sampling bees (hymenoptera: apiformes) for pollinator community studies: pitfalls of pan-trapping. Journal of Kansas Entomological Society. 73(4):225-231
HOST-SWITCHING DOES NOT CIRCUMVENT THE NI-BASED DEFENSE OF THE NI STREPTANTHUS POLYGALOIDES (BRASSICACEAE) -
DAVIS, M.A., BOYD, R.S., CANE, J.H. HOST-SWITCHING DOES NOT CIRCUMVENT THE NI-BASED DEFENSE OF THE NI STREPTANTHUS POLYGALOIDES (BRASSICACEAE). SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE. 2001. 37:p.554-557
HABITAT FRAGMENTATION AND NATIVE BEES: A PREMATURE VERDICT? -
THE EFFECT OF DIET BREADTH AND NESTING ECOLOGY ON BODY SIZE VARIATION IN BEES (APIFORMES) -
POLLINATION EFFICIENCIES OF THREE BEE (HYMENOPTERA: APOIDEA) SPEICES VISITING RABBITEYE BLUEBERRY, VACCINIUM ASHEI -
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POLLINATOR GENETICS AND POLLINATION: BREEDING APIS FOR CRANBERRIES -
WHAT GOVERNS PROTEIN CONTENT OF POLLEN: POLLINATOR PREFERENCES, POLLEN- PISTIL INTERACTIONS, OR PHYLOGENY? -
POLLEN NUTRITIONAL CONTENT AND DIGESTIBILITY FOR ANIMALS -
ORIGINS AND ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF POLLEN SPECIALIZATION AMONG DESERT BEES -
GENETIC IMPROVEMENTS OF POLLINATORS: BENEFITS OF POLLEN HOARDING FOR CRANBERRY PRODUCTION -
SPATIAL PREDICTABILITY AND RESOURCE SPECIALIZATION OF BEES (HYMENOPTERA: APOIDEA) AT A SUPERABUDANT, WIDESPREAD RESOURCE -
THE BEES OF CREOSOTE BUSH (LARREA TRIDENTATA): SUBCONTINENTAL PATTERNS OF DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE AT ANNUAL, DECADAL AND MILLENIAL SCALES -
IMPACT OF ENHANCED ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION ON FLOWER, POLLEN AND NECTAR PRODUCTION -
IMPACT OF ENHANCED ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION ON FLOWER, POLLEN, AND NECTAR PRODUCTION -
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