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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

2011

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

Specialist Osmia bees forage indiscriminately among hybridizing Balsamorhiza floral hosts, James H. Cane; Oecologia

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

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

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

Breeding biology of the Threadstalk Milkvetch, Astragalus filipes (Fabaceae), with a review of the genus, K. Watrous and James H. Cane; The American Midland 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

Peculiar factors enable sustained mass-production of native alkali bees for alfalfa pollination, James H. Cane; Entomological Society of America, Pacific Branch

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.

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

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

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

Pollen viability and pollen tube attrition in cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon), James H. Cane; Acta Horticulturae

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

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

Pollen tube attrition in cranberries, James H. Cane; Tenth International Symposium on Vaccinium Culture

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

The future of agricultural pollination, R. R. James and T. L. Pitts-Singer; Bee Pollination in Agricultural Ecosystems

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

2007

Bee mediated Pollen Flow and Isolation Distances for GMO Alfalfa, James H. Cane; National Alfalfa and Forage Alliance

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

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

Blue orchard bee for almond pollination, James H. Cane; California Almond Board

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

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

Orchard pollination in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah USA. Honey bees or native bees?, Vincent J. Tepedino, G. Alston, B. A. Bradley, T. R. Toler, and Terry L. Griswold; Biodiversity Conservation

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

2006

Bee population returns and cherry yields in an orchard pollinated with Osmia lignaria (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Jordi Bosch, W. P. Kemp, and G. E. Trostle; Journal of Economic Entomology

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

Feed’em and reap: Linking bloom, foraging tempos and reproduction by alkali bees, James H. Cane; Annual Conference Alfalfa Alliance

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

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

Alfalfa leafcutting bee population dynamics, flower availability, and pollination rates in two Oregon alfalfa fields, Jordi Bosch and W. P. Kemp; Journal of Economic Entomology

Options and considerations for managed pollinators in seed alfalfa, James H. Cane; Utah Crop Improvement Association, Annual Seed School

Pollination needs of arrowleaf balsamroot, Balsamorhiza sagittata (Heliantheae: Asteraceae), James H. Cane; Western North American Naturalist

Pollination promise and manageability of the bee Osmia aglaia for cultivated cane fruits (Rubus: Rosaceae), James H. Cane; Ninth International Symposium on Rubus and Ribes

Pollination promise of the bee Osmia aglaia for cultivated raspberries and blackberries (Rubus: Rosaceae), James H. Cane; HortScience

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

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

Characterization of triacylglycerols from overwintering prepupae of the alfalfa pollinator Megachile rotundata (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), J. S. Buckner, W. P. Kemp, and Jordi Bosch; Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology

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

Pesticides and pollinators, James H. Cane; Cache County Pesticide Recertification Meeting

Pollination Service from Alkali Bees: An 80-Acre Experiment, James H. Cane; Annual Conference Alfalfa Alliance

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

Foraging behavior and pollinating effectiveness of Osmia cornuta and Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae, Apidae) on 'Comice' pear, V. H. Monzon, Jordi Bosch, and J. Retana; Apidologie

Screenhouse evaluations of a mason bee Osmia ribifloris (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) as a pollinator of blueberries in the southeastern United States, B. J. Sampson, J. Stringer, James H. Cane, and J. M. Spiers; Small Fruits Review

2003

Effect of wintering duration and temperature on survival and emergence time in males of the orchard pollinator Osmia lignaria (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Jordi Bosch and W. P. Kemp; Environmental Entomology

Dose-response relationships between pollination and fruiting refine pollinator comparisons, James H. Cane; Fifth Latin American Bee Research Meeting

Seed crops to feed alkali bees: a new program, James H. Cane; Annual Conference of the Pacific Northwest Alfalfa Seed Growers Association

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

2002

Developing and establishing bee species as crop pollinators: the example of Osmia spp. and fruit trees, Jordi Bosch and W. P. Kemp; Bulletin of Entomological Research

Nomia population growth and lifetime floral resource needs, James H. Cane; Annual Conference of the Pacific Northwest Alfalfa Seed Growers Association

Pollinators of U.S. alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) compared for rates of pod and seed set, James H. Cane; Economic Entomology

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

Pollinator genetics and pollination: do honey bee colonies selected for pollen-hoarding field better pollinators of cranberry Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait?, James H. Cane and D. S. Schiffhauer; Ecological Entomology

Post-cocooning temperatures and diapause in the alfalfa pollinator Megachile rotundata (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), W. P. Kemp and Jordi Bosch; Annals of the Entomological Society of America

2000

Development and emergence of the orchard pollinator, Osmia lignaria (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), Jordi Bosch and W. P. Kemp; Environmental Entomology

Alternative pollinators for blueberries and cranberries, James H. Cane; Seventh Internat. Symposium on Vaccinium Culture

Comparative pollination values of alfalfa pollinators, James H. Cane; Annual Conference of the Pacific Northwest Alfalfa Seed Growers Association

Development and emergence of the alfalfa pollinator, Megachile rotundata (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), W. P. Kemp and Jordi Bosch; Annals of the Entomological Society of America

What governs protein content of pollen: Pollinator preferences, pollen-pistil interactions, or phylogeny?, T. J. Roulston, James H. Cane, and S. L. Buchmann; Ecological Monographs

Pollination efficiencies for three bee species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) visiting rabbiteye blueberry, Vaccinium ashei Reade (Ericaceae), B. Sampson and James H. Cane; Journal of Economic Entomology

Nest site orientation and relocation of populations of the orchard pollinator Osmia cornuta (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae, N. Vincens and Jordi Bosch; Environmental Entomology

Pollinating efficacy of Osmia cornuta and Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae, Apidae) on ‘Red Delicious’ apple, N. Vincens and Jordi Bosch; Environmental Entomology

Weather-dependent pollinator activity in an apple orchard, with special reference to Osmia cornuta and Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera, Megachilidae and Apidae), N. Vincens and Jordi Bosch; Environmental Entomology

1999

Exceptional cherry production in a cherry orchard pollinated with blue orchard bees, Jordi Bosch and W. P. Kemp; Bee World

1998

Diversity and abundance of bees visiting a mass flowering tree in disturbed seasonal dry forest, Costa Rica, G. W. Frankie, S. B. Vinson, M. A. Rizzardi, Terry L. Griswold, S. O'Keefe, and R. R. Snelling; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

Reproductive biology of curlleaf mountain mahogany, Cercocarpus ledifolius (Rosaceae): Self-compatibility, pollen limitation, and wind pollination, S. K. Russell, E. W. Schupp, and Vincent J. Tepedino; Plant Species Biology

1997

Lifetime monetary value of individual pollinators: the bee Habropoda laboriosa at rabbiteye blueberry (Vaccinium ashei), James H. Cane; Acta Horticulturae

A comparison of the alfalfa leafcutting bee (Megachile rotundata) and the honey bee (Apis mellifera) as pollinators of hybrid carrots in field cages, Vincent J. Tepedino; Acta Horticulturae

1996

Pollination, foraging and nesting ecology of the leaf-cutting bee, Megachile (Delomegachile) addenda (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) on cranberry beds (Vaccinium macrocarpon), James H. Cane, D. Schiffhauer, and L. J. Kervin; Annals of the Entomological Society of America

1995

Pollinator sharing by three sympatric milkvetches, including the endangered species Astragalus montii, S. M. Geer, Vincent J. Tepedino, Terry L. Griswold, and W. R. Bowlin; The Great Basin Naturalist

1994

The present status and future prospects of non-social bees as crop pollinators, Phillip F. Torchio; Bee World

1993

Reproductive role of sterile pollen in cryptically dioecious species of flowering plants, James H. Cane; Current Science

Reproductive role of sterile pollen in Saurauia (Actinidiaceae), a cryptically dioecious neotropical tree, James H. Cane; Biotropica

Honey bees harvest pollen from the porose anthers of cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon) (Ericaceae), James H. Cane, K. McKenzie, and D. Schiffhauer; American Bee Journal

Temporal patterns of floral visitation for two bee species foraging on Solanum, T. E. Shelley, E. M. Villalobos, S. L. Buchmann, and James H. Cane; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

1992

The solitary bee Melissodes thelypodii thelypodii Cockerell (Anthophoridae) collects pollen from wind-pollinated Amaranthus palmeri Watson, James H. Cane, S. L. Buchmann, and W. E. LaBerge; The Pan-Pacific Entomologist

1991

Bees as crop pollinators and the role of solitary species in changing environments, Phillip F. Torchio; Proceedings of the VIth International Symposium on Pollination

Use of Osmia lignaria propinqua (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) as a mobil pollinator of orchard crops, Phillip F. Torchio; Environmental Entomology

1990

Bee pollination of Cuphea (Lythraceae) species in greenhouse and field, Frank D. Parker and Vincent J. Tepedino; The Pan-Pacific Entomologist

Diversification of pollination strategies for U.S. crops, Phillip F. Torchio; Environmental Entomology

Osmia ribifloris, a Native Bee Species Developed as a Commercially Managed Pollinator of Highbush Blueberry (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), Phillip F. Torchio; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society