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2012

Breeding Biology and Pollinators of Dusty Maiden, Chaenactis douglasii, James H. Cane; Great Basin Native Seed Increase Workshop

Gardening and Landscaping for Native Bee, James H. Cane; Idaho Horticulture Expo

Native bees for wildflower seed farming and large-scale wildland restoration in the western USA, James H. Cane; International Conference on Pollinator Biology

Breeding biologies, pollinators and seed beetles of two prairie-clovers, Dalea ornata and D. searlsiae (Fabaceae: Amorpheae), from the Intermountain West USA, James H. Cane, M. Weber, and S. Miller; Western North American Naturalist

Phylogeny of the bee family Megachilidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) based on adult morphology, V. H. Gonzalez, Terry L. Griswold, C. J. Praz, and B. N. Danforth; Systematic Entomology

The identity of the enigmatic Anthidium zonatum (Friese) (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), Terry L. Griswold and V. H. Gonzalez; Entomofauna

Pollinator nesting guilds respond differently to urban habitat fragmentation in an oak-savannah ecosystem, L. A. Neame, Terry L. Griswold, and E. Elle; Insect Conservation and Diversity

2011

Bee communities and wildfire: Thermal tolerances, soil heat conduction and nesting depths, James H. Cane; Great Basin Native Seed Increase Workshop

Habitat Gardens: Birds, Bees, and Butterflies, James H. Cane; Annual Utah Master Gardener's Conference

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

Native wildflowers for native bees, James H. Cane; Utah Native Plant Society

On-farm needs and post-fire fates of bees that pollinate our restoration forbs, James H. Cane; Intermountain Native Plant Summit II

Post-fire fates and on-farm use of wild bees for native forb seed production, James H. Cane; 11th Biennial Conference on Research on the Colorado Plateau

Specialist Peponapis bees prevail in pollinating U.S. squash crops, James H. Cane; Entomological Society of America, national meeting

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

Pollination value of male bees: the specialist bee Peponapis pruinosa (Apidae) at cultivated summer squash (Cucurbita pepo), James H. Cane, B. J. Sampson, and S. A. Miller; Environmental Entomology

Heriades tayrona n. sp., the first osmiine bee from South America, V. H. Gonzalez and Terry L. Griswold; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

Taxonomic notes on the small resin bees Hypanthidioides subgenus Michanthidium (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), V. H. Gonzalez and Terry L. Griswold; ZooKeys

Two new species of Paratrigona and the male of Paratrigona ornaticeps (Hymenoptera, Apidae), V. H. Gonzalez and Terry L. Griswold; ZooKeys

New species of the Eastern Hemisphere genera Afroheriades and Noteriades (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), with keys to species of the former, Terry L. Griswold and V. H. Gonzalez; ZooKeys

The bees of Colorado (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila), V. L. Scott, J. S. Ascher, Terry L. Griswold, and C. R. Nufio; Natural History Inventory of Colorado

Global invasion by Anthidium manicatum (Linnaeus) (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae): assessing potential distribution in North America and beyond, James P. Strange, J. B. Koch, V. B. Gonzalez, L. Nemelka, and Terry L. Griswold; Biological Invasions

Breeding biology and incremental benefits of outcrossing for the restoration wildflower, Hedysarum boreale Nutt. (Fabaceae), K. A. Swoboda and James H. Cane; Plant Species Biology

Diversity and pollination value of insects visiting the flowers of a rare buckwheat (Eriogonum pelinophilum: Polygonaceae) in disturbed and “natural” areas, Vincent J. Tepedino, W. R. Bowlin, and Terry L. Griswold; Journal of Pollination Ecology

Specialist and generalist bee-visitors of an endemic beardtongue (Penstemon caryi: Plantaginaceae) of the Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming, Vincent J. Tepedino, Terry L. Griswold, J. E. Freilich, and P. Shephard; Western North American Naturalist

2010

Bees are key for producing native forb seed, James H. Cane; Northwest Native Seed Grower Workshop

For wildflower seed, bees are key, James H. Cane; 7th Conference for the Soc. Ecol. Restoration

On-farm pollinator surprises ease some pollination challenges for native forb production, James H. Cane; Great Basin Native Seed Increase Workshop

Pollination and pollinators for wildflower seed farming and post-fire wildland rehabilitation, James H. Cane; International Conference on Pollinator Biology, Health and Policy, Penn State Univ.

Spatial patterns of bee captures in North American bowl trapping surveys, S. Droege, Vincent J. Tepedino, G. LeBuhn, W. Link, R. L. Minckley, Q. Chen, and C. Conrad; Insect Conservation and Diversity

Two new species of nocturnal bees of the genus Megalopta (Hymenoptera Halictidae) with keys to species, V. G. Gonzalez, Terry L. Griswold, and R. Ayala; Revista de Biologia Tropical

Anthidium vigintiduopunctatum Friese (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae): The elusive “dwarf bee” of the Galapagos Archipelago?, V. H. Gonzalez, J. B. Koch, and Terry L. Griswold; Biological Invasions

A revision of Perdita (Xerophasma) Timberlake (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae), Terry L. Griswold and W. Miller; Zootaxa

Visiting bees of Cucurbita flowers (Cucurbitaceae) with emphasis on the presence of Peponapis fervens Smith (Eucerini - Apidae) - Santa Catarina, southern Brasil, C. Krug, Alves dos Santos, and James H. Cane; Oecologia Australis

Reproductive biology, hybridization, and flower visitors of rare Sclerocactus taxa in Utah’s Uintah Basin, Vincent J. Tepedino, Terry L. Griswold, and W. Bowlin; Western North American Naturalist

The montane bee fauna of north central Washington, U.S.A., with floral associations, J. S. Wilson, L. E. Wilson, L. D. Loftis, and Terry L. Griswold; Western North American Naturalist

2009

Yellow star-thistle on Santa Cruz Island and Lesvos: Where have the honey bees gone?, J. F. Barthell, M. L. Clement, D. S. Song, A. N. Savitski, J. M. Hranitz, T. Petanidou, R. W. Thorp, A. M. Wenner, Terry L. Griswold, and H. Wells; Uludag Bee Journal

Contrasting self-fertilities of a biscuitroot and 3 globemallows, with prospects for their pollination, James H. Cane; Great Basin Native Seed Increase Workshop

Do Specialist Bees Better Discriminate Among Their Hybridizing Balsamorhiza Floral Hosts?, James H. Cane; Botanical Society of America meeting

Pollinators and climate change, James H. Cane; Ecological Society of America, National meeting

Pollinators for restoration seed production, James H. Cane; 10th Biennial Conference on Research on the Colorado Plateau

Decline in bee diversity and abundance from 1972-2004 on a flowering leguminous tree, Andira inermis in Costa Rica at the interface of disturbed dry forest and the urban environment, G. W. Frankie, M. Rizzardi, S. B. Vinson, and Terry L. Griswold; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

A new subgenus and species of Neotropical Hylaeus (Hymenoptera: Colletidae) from Costa Rica, Terry L. Griswold; Journal of Hymenoptera Research

A revision of Dianthidium subgenus Mecanthidium (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae, D. Tanner, Terry L. Griswold, and J. Pitts; Journal of Hymenoptera Research

Variation between bee communities on a sand dune complex in the Great Basin Desert, North America: Implications for sand dune conservation, J. S. Wilson, Terry L. Griswold, and O. Messinger; Journal of Arid Environments

2008

Biscuitroots needing bees, heady progress with a sweetvetch pollinator, James H. Cane; Great Basin Native Seed Increase Workshop

Breeding biologies, pollinating bees and seed production of Cleome lutea and C. serrulata (Cleomaceae), James H. Cane; Plant Species Biology

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

Pollinating bees crucial to farming wildflower seed for U.S. habitat restoration, James H. Cane; Bees in Agricultural Ecosystems

Pollinating Great Basin forbs for seed to rehabilitate western rangelands, James H. Cane; University of California at Davis, Department of Entomology

Phylogeny and biogeography of bees of the tribe Osmiini (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), C. J. Praz, A. Müller, B. N. Danforth, Terry L. Griswold, A. Widmer, and S. Dorn; Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution

Sampling bee communities (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) in a desert landscape: Are pan traps sufficient?, J. S. Wilson, Terry L. Griswold, and O. J. Messinger; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

2007

Effects of the insecticide phosmet on solitary bee foraging and nesting in orchards of Capitol Reef National Par, Utah (U. S. A.), D. G. Alston, Vincent J. Tepedino, B. A. Bradley, T. R. Toler, and Terry L. Griswold; Environmental Entomology

Bee Pollination of Farmed Wildflowers for Habitat Restoration Seed, James H. Cane; 9th International Pollination Symposium

Bee Pollination of Farmed Wildflowers for Habitat Restoration Seed, James H. Cane; Entomological Society of America, Pacific Branch

Bee Pollination of Farmed Wildflowers for Habitat Restoration Seed, James H. Cane; Society for Restoration Ecology, Northwest Branch

Pollinating Great Basin forbs for seed to rehabilitate western rangelands, James H. Cane; Developing Native Plant Materials for the Great Basin

The effect of staminode removal on female reproductive success in a Wyoming population of the endangered Blowout penstemon, Penstemon haydenii (Scrophulariaceae), J. L. Hawk and Vincent J. Tepedino; Madroño

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

Breeding biology and flower visitors of the rare White River penstemon, Penstemon scariosus var. albifluvis (Scrophulariaceae), J. S. Lewinsohn and Vincent J. Tepedino; Western North American Naturalist

Foraging behavior, pollinator effectiveness, and management potential of the new world squash bees Peponapis pruinosa and Xenoglossa strenua (Apidae: Eucerini), B. J. Sampson, P. R. Knight, James H. Cane, and J. M. Spiers; HortScience

Might flowers of invasive plants increase native bee carrying capacity? Intimations from Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, Vincent J. Tepedino, B. A. Bradley, and Terry L. Griswold; Natural Areas Journal

Pollination biology of a disjunct population of the endangered sandhills endemic Penstemon haydenii S. Wats. (Scrophulariaceae) in Wyoming, U.S.A., Vincent J. Tepedino, T. R. Toler, B. A. Bradley, J. L. Hawk, and Terry L. Griswold; Journal of Plant Ecology

Effect of human disturbance on bee communities in a forested ecosystem, R. Winfree, Terry L. Griswold, and C. Kremen; Conservation Biology

2006

A new subgenus and species of Oxaea from Ecuador (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae), J. S. Ascher, M. S. Engel, and Terry L. Griswold; Polski Pismo Entomologiczne

An annotated checklist of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) in longleaf pine savannas on the western edge of the East Gulf Coastal Plain, C. S. Bartholomew, D. Prowell, and Terry L. Griswold; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

An evaluation of pollination mechanisms for purple prairie-clover, Dalea purpurea (Fabaceae: Amorpheae), James H. Cane; The American Midland Naturalist

Bees and the seeds that their pollination breeds, James H. Cane; Intermountain Native Plant Summit IV

Pollinating and growing desert wildflowers for seed to ecological restoration, James H. Cane; Plant Ecology Institute, University of Uppsala

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

Floral specialization by bees: analytical methodologies and a revised lexicon for oligolecty, James H. Cane and S. Sipes; Plant-Opllinator Interactions: From Specialization to Generalization

Bee associates of flowering Astragalus and Onobrychis germplasm accessions in eastern Washington, S. L. Clement, Terry L. Griswold, R. W. Rust, B. Hellier, and D. Stout; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

“Perfection” subverted? A contrivance for cross-pollination in a rare orchid is influenced by pollinator abundance, S. D. Sipes and Vincent J. Tepedino; Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society

The pollination biology of the endangered blowout Penstemon (Penstemond haydenii S. Wats.: Scrophulariaceae) in Nebraska, Vincent J. Tepedino, W. Bowlin, and Terry L. Griswold; Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society

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

Changing bee composition and frequency on a flowering legume, Andira inermis (Wright) Kunth ex DC. during El Niño and La Niña years (1997-1999) in northwestern Costa Rica, G. W. Frankie, M. Rizzardi, S. B. Vinson, Terry L. Griswold, and Peter Ronchi; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

Pollen-host specificity and evolutionary patterns of host switching in a clade of specialist bees (Apoidea: Diadasia), S. D. Sipes and Vincent J. Tepedino; Biological Journal of the Linnean Society

Pan-trapping for bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) in Utah’s west desert: the importance of color diversity, T. Toler, E. W. Evans, and Vincent J. Tepedino; The Pan-Pacific Entomologist

2004

Reproductive success of Baker’s Globe Mallow and its association with a native specialist bee, L. C. Arneson, Vincent J. Tepedino, and S. L. Smith; Northwest Science

Bees and seed production for native plant restoration in wildlands, James H. Cane; Entomological Society of America, national meeting

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

Bees for seeds of rehabilitation forbs in the Great Basin, James H. Cane; Symposium on Fire Rehabilitation Management

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

Refining estimates of pollinator efficiencies calculated using delivered stigmatic loads: a cranberry model, James H. Cane; Botanical Society of America, National Meeting

The reproductive biology of McKittrick Pennyroyal, Hedeoma apiculatum (Lamiaceae), Vincent J. Tepedino, Terry L. Griswold, S. M. Geer, and R. D. Fitts; The Guadalupe Mountains Symposium, 1998

2003

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

Resampling to detect change in local bee assemblages: limitations and some insights gained from regional abundance patterns, James H. Cane; U.N.-F.A.O. Workshop: Assessment of the Status of Pollinators

Dose-response relationships between pollination and fruiting refine pollinator comparisons for cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait.), James H. Cane and D. S. Schiffhauer; American Journal of Botany

Stelis rozeni (new species) the first record of the parasitic bee genus Stelis from southern Africa (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Terry L. Griswold and Frank D. Parker; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

A Pinnacle of bees, O. Messinger and Terry L. Griswold; Fremontia

What’s in a name? The confusing case of the death camas bee, Andrena astragali Viereck and Cockerell (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae, Vincent J. Tepedino; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

2002

Body size as an estimator of production costs in a solitary bee, Jordi Bosch and N. Vincens; Ecological Entomology

Response of desert bees to 80 years of habitat fragmentation and 18 millenia of desertification, James H. Cane; Department of Biology, Humboldt State University

Blue orchard bees – Another six-legged secret to improved fruit tree pollination, W. P. Kemp and Jordi Bosch; American Bee Journal

Insect pollinators of three rare plants in a Florida longleaf pine forest, T. L. Pitts-Singer, J. L. Hanula, and J. L. Walker; Florida Entomologist

2001

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

The bee’s needs: understanding bees’ responses to urban habitat fragmentation, James H. Cane; American Museum of Natural History, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, Symposium "Nature in Fragments: The Legacy of Urban Sprawl"

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