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2011

The alfalfa leaf-cutting bee, Megachile rotundata: The world’s most intensively managed solitary bee, T. L. Pitts-Singer and James H. Cane; Annual Review of Entomology

The long summer: pre-wintering temperatures affect metabolic expenditure and winter survival in a solitary bee, F. Sgolastra, W. P. Kemp, J. S. Buckner, T. L. Pitts-Singer, and S. Maini Jordi; Journal of Insect Physiology

Commercial bumble bees: getting the most out of your investment, James P. Strange; North Carolina Cucumber Extension Workshop

2010

Sexual harassment by males reduces female fecundity in the alfalfa leafcutting bee (Megachile rotundata), B. H. Rossi, P. Nonacs, and T. L. Pitts-Singer; Animal Behaviour

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, B. J. Sampson, James H. Cane, G. T. Kirker, S. J. Stringer, and J. M. Spiers; Acta Horticulturae

2008

A native ground-nesting bee (Nomia melanderi) sustainably managed to pollinate alfalfa across an intensively agricultural landscape, James H. Cane; Apidologie

An effective, manageable bee for pollinating Rubus cane fruits, Osmia aglaia, James H. Cane; Acta Horticulturae

Climatically tuned Blue Orchard Bee development and how to manage it for almond pollination, James H. Cane; California Almond Board

Past and present management of alfalfa bees, T. L. Pitts-Singer; Bee Pollination in Agricultural Ecosystems

2006

The Logan Beemail shelter: a practical, portable unit for managing cavity-nesting agricultural pollinators, James H. Cane; American Bee Journal

2005

Using non-social bees to pollinate crops: a case study to evaluate and manage the bee Osmia aglaia for raspberry pollination, James H. Cane; Departmento de Biología, Universidad Católica

2004

Alkali bees: less water, more forage, new crops, James H. Cane; Annual Conference Alfalfa Alliance

Bees for seeds, James H. Cane; Intermountain Native Plant Summit II

Exposing their progeny: using x-rays and observation nests to study and manipulate cavity-nesting bees, James H. Cane; 8th International Bee Research Association Tropical Apiculture meeting and VI Latin American Bee Research Meeting

Managing non-social bees for agriculture, James H. Cane; Department of Biology, Federal University of Parana

2003

Annual displacement of soil in nest tumuli of alkali bees (Nomia melanderi)(Hymenoptera: Apiformes) across a Washington landscape, James H. Cane; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

Introduction in For Non-native Crops, Whence Pollinators for the Future?, K. V. Strickler and James H. Cane; For Non-native Crops, Whence Pollinators for the Future?

Consistent mixing of near and distant resources in foraging bouts by the solitary mason bee Osmia lignaria, N. M. Williams and Vincent J. Tepedino; Behavioral Ecology

2001

Genetic improvements of pollinators: benefits of pollen hoarding for cranberry production, James H. Cane; Departmento de Biología, Universidad Católica

Bees in your backyard, W. P. Kemp and Jordi Bosch; American Bee Journal

2000

The direct and indirect effects of insecticides on native bees, D. G. Alston and Vincent J. Tepedino; Technical Bulletin

Management of Osmia lignaria (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae) populations for almond pollination: methods to advance bee emergence, Jordi Bosch, W. P. Kemp, and S. S. Peterson; Environmental Entomology

Buffer zones: Their purpose and significance in grasshopper control programs, L. K. Winks, L. C. McEwen, R. N. Foster, M. Green, and Vincent J. Tepedino; Technical Bulletin

1997

Ground-nesting bees: the neglected pollinator resource for agriculture, James H. Cane; Acta Horticulturae

1995

Subletal effects of carbaryl bran bait on nesting performance, parental investment, and offspring size and sex ratio of the alfalfa leafcutting bee Megachile rotundata (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), M. L. Peach, D. G. Alston, and Vincent J. Tepedino; Environmental Entomology

1994

Bees and bran bait: Is carbaryl bran bait lethal to alfalfa leafcutting bee (Hymenoptera: megachilidae) adults or larvae?, M. L. Peach, D. G. Alston, and Vincent J. Tepedino; The Quarterly Review of Biology

Effect of intertunnel distance and nest-surface aspect on progeny production rate and sex ration in the alfalfa leafcutting bee (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Vincent J. Tepedino, D. R. Frohlich, and C. R. Baird; Journal of Economic Entomology

1991

Soils of ground-nesting bees (Hymneoptera: Apoidea): Texture, moisture, cell depth and climate, James H. Cane; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

1989

Nest clustering as a means of managing Osmia sanrafaelae (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Frank D. Parker; Journal of Economic Entomology

The influence of nest-hole selection on sex ratio and progeny size in Osmia lignaria propinqua Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Vincent J. Tepedino and Phillip F. Torchio; Annals of the Entomological Society of America

1988

Influence of wood, paper and plastic nesting units on efficiacy of three candidate fungicides for control of chalkbrood in the alfalfa leafcutting bee (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), Frank D. Parker; Journal of Economic Entomology

1987

Further studies on the use of fungicides for control of chalkbrood of the alfalfa leafcutting bee, Frank D. Parker; Journal of Apicultural Research

1986

Sex ratio, parental investment, and interparent variability in nesting success in a solitary bee, D. R. Frohlich and Vincent J. Tepedino; Evolution

Effect of rearing temperature on mortality, second-generation emergence, and size of adult in Megachile rotundata (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Vincent J. Tepedino and Frank D. Parker; Journal of Economic Entomology

1985

Studies on Management of the Sunflower Leafcutter Bee (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Frank D. Parker and D. R. Frohlich; Journal of Apicultural Research

The introduction of the European Bee, Osmia cornuta Latr., into the U.S. as a potential pollinator of orchard crops, and a comparison of its manageability with Osmia lignaria propinqua Cresson (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Phillip F. Torchio and E. Asensio; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

1984

Fratricide in Megachile rotundata, a non-social megachilid bee: Impartial treatment of sibs and non-sibs, Vincent J. Tepedino and D. R. Frohlich; Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology

1983

Influence of attractants on nest establishment by the alfalfa leafcutting bee (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in styrofoam and rolled paper, Frank D. Parker, R. Teranishi, and A. C. Olson; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

An open-field test of Megachile rotundata as a potential pollinator in hybrid carrot fields, Vincent J. Tepedino; Journal of Apicultural Research

The effects of field applications of Naled and Trichlorfon on the alfalfa leafcutting bee, Megachile rotundata (Fabricius), Phillip F. Torchio; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

1982

Introduction of alfalfa leafcutting bees to new areas and selection development, Frank D. Parker; Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Alfalfa Leafcutting Bee Management

Mortality factors, pollen utilization, and sex ratio in Megachile pugnata Say (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), a candidate for commercial sunflower pollination, Vincent J. Tepedino and D. R. Frohlich; Journal of the New York Entomological Society

Phenotypic variability in nesting success among Osmia lignaria propinqua females in a glasshouse environment (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Vincent J. Tepedino and Phillip F. Torchio; Ecological Entomology

1980

Management of wild bees. Beekeeping in the United States, Frank D. Parker and P. F. Torchia; USDA Agricultural Handbook

Management of wild bees, Frank D. Parker and Phillip F. Torchio; Agricultural Handbook

1974

Methods of transferring and establishing the alkali bee, Frank D. Parker and H. W. Potter; Environmental Entomology

1973

A method of feeding bees measured amounts of insecticides in solution, Phillip F. Torchio; The Canadian Entomologist

1972

Sapyga pumila Cresson, a Parasite of Megachile rotundata (F.) (Hymenoptera: Sapygidae; Megachilidae). II methods for control, Phillip F. Torchio; Melandria, Washington State Entomological Society

1970

Commercial Production and Management of Wild Bees--a New Entomological Industry, George E. Bohart; Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America

Should Beekeepers Keep Wild Bees for Pollination?, George E. Bohart; American Bee Journal

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The Influence of Photoperiod on the Flight Activity of Honeybees, J. A. Kefuss and William P. Nye; Journal of Apicultural Research

1969

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Let's Control Swarming, William P. Nye and George F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Service Entomological Mimeograph Series

1968

Alkali Bees--How to Manage Them for Alfalfa Pollination, George E. Bohart and George F. Knowlton

1967

Management of Wild Bees (in Agriculture Handbook), George E. Bohart

Managing the Alfalfa Leaf-cutting Bee for Higher Alfalfa Seed Yields (Revised), George E. Bohart and George F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Leaflet

Pollen Supplement for Honey Bees, William P. Nye and G. F. Knowlton

1966

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Selecting and Breeding Honey Bees for Collecting Alfalfa Pollen, Otto Mackensen and William P. Nye; Journal of Apicultural Research

1965

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How to Capture Swarms, William P. Nye and George F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Service Entomological Mimeograph Series

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How to Feed Bees, William P. Nye and George F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Service Entomological Mimeograph Series

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How to Produce Honey, William P. Nye and George F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Service Entomological Mimeograph Series

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How to Requeen, William P. Nye and George F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Service Entomological Mimeograph Series

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Beekeeping for Beginners, William P. Nye and G. F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Service Leaflet

1964

Managing the Leaf-cutting Bee for Higher Alfalfa Seed Yields, George E. Bohart and George F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Leaflet

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Equipment for Making Nesting Holes for the Alfalfa Leaf-cutting Bee, William P. Nye and George E. Bohart; Utah Agricultural Experiment Station Circular

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How to Destroy Bees in the Home, William P. Nye and George F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Service Entomological Mimeograph Series

1962

How to Manage the Alfalfa Leaf-cutting Bee (Megachile rotundata Fabr.) for Alfalfa Pollination, George E. Bohart; Utah Agricultural Experiment Station Circular

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Extra Supering and Shading as Factors in Honey Production in Northern Utah, William P. Nye; Gleanings in Bee Culture

1961

Here's a Way to Increase Seed Crop, George E. Bohart and George F. Knowlton; Utah Farmer

1959

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Cultural Practices for Alfalfa Seed Production, M. W. Pedersen, George E. Bohart, M. D. Levin, William P. Nye, S. A. Taylor, and J. L. Haddock; Utah Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin

1958

Transfer and Establishment of the Alkali Bee, George E. Bohart; Proceedings of the 16th Alfalfa Improvement Conference

1955

Alkali Bees vs. Drainage, George E. Bohart; Farm and Home Science

Bees Make Alfalfa Seed, George E. Bohart; What's New in Crops & Soils

Time Relationships in the Nest Construction and Life Cycle of the Alkali Bee, George E. Bohart and Earle A. Cross; Annals of the Entomological Society of America

1954

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Feeding Pollen Supplement and Pollen Substitute to Honey Bees, Marshall D. Levin, William P. Nye, and George F. Knowlton; Utah Agricultural Extension Bulletin

1951

Alfalfa Seed Growers of Utah Should Protect their Wild Bees, George E. Bohart; Farm and Home Science

1950

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New insecticides. What is their effect on bees when applied to flowering alfalfa?, George F. Knowlton, William P. Nye, F. V. Lieberman, F. E. Todd, and George E. Bohart; Farm and Home Science

1948

Wild Bees in Relation to Alfalfa Pollination, George E. Bohart; Farm and Home Science

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Bees: How to Winter Colonies, William P. Nye and George F. Knowlton; Utah State University Extension Service Entomological Mimeograph Series