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2012

Interspecific geographic distribution and variation of the pathogens Nosema bombi and Crithidia species in United States bumble bee populations, N. Cordes, F. Huang, James P. Strange, S. A. Cameron, Terry L. Griswold, J. D. Lozier, and L. F. Solter; Journal of Invetebrate Pathology

2011

Patterns of widespread decline in North American bumble bees, S. A. Cameron, J. D. Lozier, J. P. Strange, J. B. Koch, N. Cordes, L. F. Solter, and Terry L. Griswold; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Recent widespread population declines of some North American bumble bees: Current status and causal factors, S. C. Cameron, J. D. Lozier, James P. Strange, J. B. Koch, N. Cordes, L. F. Solter, and T. L. Griswold; Proceedings of the National Academy of Science

Patterns of range-wide genetic variation in six North American bumble bee (Apidae: Bombus) species, J. D. Lozier, James P. Strange, I. J. Stewart, and S. A. Cameron; Molecular Ecology

Host Range Expansion of Black Queen Cell Virus in the Bumble Bee, Bombus huntii, W. Peng, J. Li, H. Boncristiani, James P. Strange, M. Hamilton, and Y. Chen; Apidologie

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

Patterns of widespread bumble bee decline in North America, James P. Strange; North Cascades National Park

2010

Assessing population trajectories with historic data and surveys using Bombus occidentalis as a model, James P. Strange; St. Louis Zoo/ IUCN North American Bumble Bee Conservation Planning Meeting

Commercial bumble bees: is there a new pollinator on the western horizon?, James P. Strange; St. Louis Zoo/ IUCN North American Bumble Bee Conservation Planning Meeting

Nest initiation in three North American bumble bees (Bombus): Gyne number and presence of honey bee workers influence establishment success and colony size, James P. Strange; Journal of Insect Science

2009

Constructing a species database and historic range maps for North American bumble bees (Bombus sensu stricto Latreille) to inform conservation decisions, J. B. Koch and James P. Strange; U. Bee Journal

Bombus in the West: range contractions and population declines, James P. Strange; USDA-ARS, Location Seminar Series

Geographic Range contraction of Bombus occidentalis or How can we get more data when it disappears so fast?, James P. Strange; Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory

Population Range Contractions and Population Fragmentation in Bombus occidentalis, James P. Strange; USDA-ARS and South Dakota State University

The presence, distribution and hosts of Crithidia bombi in wild USA bumble bee populations, James P. Strange; Symposium talk at the Society for Invertebrate Pathology

DNA amplification from pin-mounted bumble bees (Bombus) in a museum collection: effects of fragment size and specimen age on successful PCR, James P. Strange, J. Knoblett, and Terry L. Griswold; Apidologie

2008

Bumble bees influence berry size in commercial Vaccinium spp. cultivation in British Columbia, C. M. Ratti, H. A. Higo, Terry L. Griswold, and M. L. Winston; Canadian Entomologist

1964

Studies on Pollination of Diploid and Tetraploid Red Clover Varieties in Utah, George E. Bohart; Proceedings of the International Pollination Conference

1960

Insect Pollination of Forage Legumes, George E. Bohart; Bee World

1957

Pollination of Alfalfa and Red Clover, George E. Bohart; Annual Review of Entomology

1953

Factors Responsible for the Attractiveness of Various Clones of Alfalfa to Pollen-collecting Bumble Bees, M. W. Pedersen and George E. Bohart; Agronomy Journal

1952

Yearly Population Fluctuation of Bombus morrisoni at Fredonia, Arizona, George E. Bohart and George F. Knowlton; Journal of Economic Entomology

1950

Using Bumble Bees in Cages as Pollinators for Small Seed Plots, M. W. Pedersen and George E. Bohart; Agronomy Journal