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2011

Meeting wild bees’ needs on rangelands, James H. Cane; Rangelands

Predicted fates of ground-nesting bees in soil heated by wildfire: Thermal tolerances of life stages and a survey of nesting depths, James H. Cane and J. Neff; Biological Conservation

2007

Importance of crop pollination in changing landscapes, A. M. Klein, B. Vaissiere, James H. Cane, S. Cunningham, C. Kremen, I. Steffan-Dewenter, and T. Tscharntke; The Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B

2006

Complex responses within a desert bee guild (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) to urban habitat fragmentation, James H. Cane, R. L. Minckley, L. J. Kervin, T. H. Roulston, and N. M. Williams; Ecological Applications

2005

Bees, pollination, and the challenges of sprawl, James H. Cane; Nature in Fragments: the Legacy of Sprawl

Temporally persistent patterns of incidence and abundance in a pollinator guild at annual and decadal scales: the bees of Larrea tridentata, James H. Cane, R. Minckley, L. Kervin, and T. Roulston; Biological Journal of the Linnean Society

2003

Exotic non-social bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) in North America: Ecological implications, James H. Cane; For Non-native Crops, Whence Pollinators for the Future?

Biological impediments to measures of competition among introduced honey bees and desert bees, R. L. Minckley, James H. Cane, L. Kervin, and D. Yanega; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

2001

Habitat fragmentation and native bees: a premature verdict?, James H. Cane; Conservation Ecology

Sampling bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) for pollinator community studies: pitfalls of pan-trapping, James H. Cane, R. Minckley, and L. Kervin; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

Causes and extent of declines among native North American invertebrate pollinators: detection, evidence, and consequences, James H. Cane and Vincent J. Tepedino; Conservation Ecology

2000

Origins and ecological consequences of pollen specialization among desert bees, R. L. Minckley, James H. Cane, and L. Kervin; Proceedings of the Royal Society of London

The effect of diet breadth and nesting ecology on body size variation in bees (Apoidea), T. H. Roulston and James H. Cane; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

1999

Spatial predictability and resource specialization of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) at a superabundant, widespread resource, R. L. Minckley, James H. Cane, L. Kervin, and T. Roulston; Biological Journal of the Linnean Society

Impact of intensified ultraviolet-B radiation on flower, pollen and nectar production, B. Sampson and James H. Cane; American Journal of Botany

1997

The potential consequences of pollinator declines on the conservation of biodiversity and stability of food crops, James H. Cane; Conservation Biology

Violent weather and bees: Populations of the barrier island endemic, Hesperapis oraria (Hymenoptera: Melittidae) survive a category 3 hurricane, James H. Cane and L. J. Kervin; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

1996

Estimating Population Density Per Unit Area From Mark, Release, Recapture Data, R. B. Matlock, J. B. Welch, and Frank D. Parker; Ecological Applications

Floral resource utilization by solitary bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) and exploitation of their stored foods by natural enemies, W. T. Wcislo and James H. Cane; Annual Review of Entomology

1993

Regional, annual and seasonal variation in pollinator guilds: intrinsic traits of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) underlie their patterns of abundance at Vaccinium ashei (Ericaceae), James H. Cane and J. A. Payne; Annals of the Entomological Society of America

1990

Ancestral semiochemical attraction persists for adjoining populations of sibling Ips bark beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae), James H. Cane, D. L. Wood, and J. Fox; Journal of Chemical Ecology

1986

Predator deterrence by mandibular gland secretions of bees (Hymenoptera:Apoidea), James H. Cane; Journal of Chemical Ecology

1984

Origin and chemistry of the secreted nest entrance lining of Halictus hesperus (Hymenoptera: Apoidea), R. W. Brooks and James H. Cane; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

1983

Mandibular gland secretions of solitary bees (Hymenoptera; Apoidea): Potential for nest cell disinfection, James H. Cane, S. Gerdin, and G. Wife; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

1981

Dufour's gland secretion in the cell linings of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea), James H. Cane; Journal of Chemical Ecology

Pheromonal cues direct mate-seeking behaviors of male Colletes cunicularius (Hymenoptera: Colletidae), James H. Cane and J. O. Tengo; Journal of Chemical Ecology

1979

Nest defense and foraging ethology of a neotropical sand wasp, Bembix multipicta (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae), James H. Cane and M. M. Miyamoto; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

1954

Additional Studies of the Effect of Field Application of Insecticides on Honey Bees, F. V. Lieberman, George E. Bohart, George F. Knowlton, and William P. Nye; Journal of Economic Entomology

1952

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

1949

Effect of an Experimental Field Application of DDT Dust on Nomia melanderi Ckll, George E. Bohart and F. V. Lieberman; Journal of Economic Entomology