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2003

A scientific note on hygienic behavior in Apis mellifera lamarckii and A. m. carnica in Egypt, S. Kamel, James P. Strange, and W. S. Sheppard; Apidologie

A method to feed bees known amounts of pesticides, E. Ladurner, Jordi Bosch, S. Maini, and W. P. Kemp; Apidologie

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

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

Diversité génétique, introgressions mitochondriales et nucléar dans une population d’abeilles des Landes de Gascogne, C. Perrier, James P. Strange, O. Langella, W. S. Sheppard, and L. Garnery; Les Actes du BRG

Use of sucrose octanoate esters to control the parasitic honey bee mite Varroa destructor, W. S. Sheppard, M. Gardner, S. Hasher, B. Kahkonen, M. D. Meixner, and James P. Strange; American Bee Journal

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?

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

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

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

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

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

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

Genetic relationships and population structure of the endangered Steamboat buckwheat, Eriogonum ovalifolium var. Williamsiae (Polygonaceae), J. K. Archibald, P. G. Wolf, Vincent J. Tepedino, and J. Bair; American Journal of Botany

A phylogenetic analysis of nesting behavior in the genus Osmia (Insecta, Hymenoptera, Megachilidae), Jordi Bosch, Y. Maeta, and R. W. Rust; Annals of the Entomological Society of America

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

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

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

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

Host-switching does not circumvent the Ni-based defence of the Ni hyperaccumulator Streptanthus polygaloides (Brassicaceae), M. A. Davis, R. S. Boyd, and James H. Cane; South African Journal of Science

Two new trap-nesting Anthidiini from Sri Lanka, Terry L. Griswold; Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington

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

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

Invertebrates of the Columbia River Basin Assessment Area, C. G. Niwa, R. E. Sandquist, R. Crawford, T. L. Frest, Terry L. Griswold, P. Hammond, E. Ingham, S. James, E. J. Johannes, J. Johnson, W. P. Kemp, J. LaBonte, J. D. Lattin, J. McIver, J. McMillin, A. Moldenke, J. Moser, D. Ross, T. Schowalter, Vincent J. Tepedino, and M. R. Wagner; General Technical Reports U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station

Pollination ecology of the rare orchid, Spiranthes diluvialis: Implications for conservation, K. Pierson, Vincent J. Tepedino, S. Sipes, and K. Kuta; Southwestern Rare and Endangered Plants: Proceedings of the Third Conference

A new host record for Pseudodacteon crawfordi (Diptera: Phoridae), J. P. Pitts and T. L. Pitts-Singer; Florida Entomologist

“A severe stinging and much fatigue”-- Frank Benton and his 1881 search for Apis dorsata, James P. Strange; American Entomologist

Optimum treatment timing of fluvalinate for the control of Varroa destructor (Acari: Varroidae) in Apis mellifera in Washington State, James P. Strange and W. S. Sheppard; Journal of Economic Entomology

2000

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

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

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

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

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 pollination ecology of a rare orchid, Spiranthes diuvialis: Implications for conservation, K. Pierson and Vincent J. Tepedino; Final Report, USDA Forest Service, Provo, UT

Influence of guidelines and passageways on tunneling behavior of Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) and R. virginicus (Banks) (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae), T. L. Pitts-Singer and B. T. Forschler; Journal of Insect Behavior

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

Pollen nutritional content and digestibility for animals, T. J. Roulston and James H. Cane; Plant Systematics and Evolution

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

The birdies and the bees, M. D. Shepherd and Vincent J. Tepedino; USGA Green Section Record

The reproductive biology of rare rangeland plants and their vulnerability to insecticides, Vincent J. Tepedino; Technical Bulletin

Reproduction and pollination in the rare Steamboat buckwheat (Eriogonum ovalifolium var. Williamsiae), Vincent J. Tepedino, J. K. Archibald, and W. R. Bowlin; Final Report, The Nature Conservancy, Las Vegas, NV

Report of The U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Department of the Interior Joint Workshop on declining pollinators, Vincent J. Tepedino and H. S. Ginsberg; Information and Technology Report. USGS/BRD/ITR-2000-0007

Can a transplanted pollinator increase reproductive success in populations of the threatened orchid Spiranthes diuvialis?, Vincent J. Tepedino and S. D. Sipes; Ecological Restoration

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

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

First record of Leptopodidae in Washington State, R. C. Zack, C. N. Looney, M. L. Hitchcox, and James P. Strange; The Pan-Pacific Entomologist

1999

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

A survey of the rare bees of Clark County, Nevada, Terry L. Griswold, M. Andres, R. Andrus, G. Garvin, K. Keen, L. Kervin, O. Messinger, S. Messinger, W. Miller, K. Receveur, C. Shultz, and Vincent J. Tepedino; Final Report, The Nature Conservancy, Las Vegas, NV

Odyneropsis, a genus new to the United States, with descriptions of other new cleptoparasitic Apidae, Terry L. Griswold and Frank D. Parker; University of Kansas Natural History Museum Special Publications

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

The reproductive biology and effective pollinators of the endangered beardtongue Penstemon penlandii, Vincent J. Tepedino, S. D. Sipes, and Terry L. Griswold; Plant Systematics and Evolution

1998

The potential consequences of pollinator declines on the conservation of biodiversity and stability of food crop yields, G. Allen-Wardell, P. Bernhardt, R. Bitner, A. Burquez, S. Buchmann, J. Cane, P. Cox, V. Dalton, P. Feinsinger, M. Ingram, D. Inouye, C. Jones, K. Kennedy, P. Kevan, H. Koopowitz, R. Medellin, S. Medellin-Morales, G. Nabhan, B. Pavlik, Vincent J. Tepedino, Phillip F. Torchio, and S. Walker; Conservation Biology

Monitoring of trap-nesting solitary bees in modified wildland habitats: Implications for bee ecology and conservation, G. W. Frankie, R. W. Thorp, L. E. Newstrom, M. A. Rizzardi, J. F. Barthell, Terry L. Griswold, J. Y. Kim, and S. Kappagoda; Environmental Entomology

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

The classification of the Osmiini of the Eastern Hemisphere, Terry L. Griswold and C. D. Michener; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

Roles of hydrocarbons in the recognition systems of insects, T. L. Pitts-Singer; American Zoologist

Nest and nestmate recognition by a fungus-growing ant, Apterostigma collare Emery (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), T. L. Pitts-Singer and K. E. Espelie; Ethology

Nest and nestmate discrimination in independent-founding paper wasps, T. L. Pitts-Singer, K. E. Espelie, and G. J. Gamboa; Pheromone Communication in Social Insects: Ants, Wasps, Bees, and Termites

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

Osmia diversity at a site in central coastal California, J. F. Barthell, Terry L. Griswold, G. W. Frankie, and R. W. Thorp; The Pan-Pacific Entomologist

A revision of the rophitine genus Protodufourea, George E. Bohart and Terry L. Griswold; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

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

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

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

Nectar production of cranberries: genotypic differences and insensitivity to soil fertility, James H. Cane and D. Schiffhauer; Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science

Reproductive biology of purple coneflower in southwestern North Dakota, H. K. Leuszler, Vincent J. Tepedino, and D. G. Alston; The Prairie Naturalist

Exposure to nest paper hydrocarbons is important for nest recognition by a social wasp, Polistes metricus Say (Hymenoptera, Vespidae), T. L. Pitts-Singer and K. E. Espelie; Insectes Sociaux

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

Wild bees and floral jewels, Vincent J. Tepedino; Wings

The need for “extended care” in conservation: examples from studies of rare plants in the western United States, Vincent J. Tepedino, S. D. Sipes, J. L. Barnes, and L. L. Hickerson; Acta Horticulturae

1996

Nesting resins obtained from pollen host by an oligolectic bee, Trachusa larreae (Cockerell) (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), James H. Cane; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

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

A new monolectic coastal bee, Hesperapis oraria Snelling and Stage (Hymenoptera: Melittidae), with a review of desert and Neotropical disjunctives in the Southeastern U.S., James H. Cane, D. Schiffhauer, L. J. Kervin, and G. C. Eickwort; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

A new Microbembex endemic to the Algodones Dunes, California, Terry L. Griswold; The Pan-Pacific Entomologist

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

Nest surface hydrocarbons facilitate nestmate recognition for the social wasp, Polistes metricus Say (Hymenoptera: Vespidae), T. L. Pitts-Singer and K. E. Espelie; Journal of Insect Behavior

Pollinator Lost? Reproduction by the enigmatic Jones’ Cycladenia, Cycladenia humilis var. jonesii (Apocynaceae), S. D. Sipes and Vincent J. Tepedino; Proceedings of the Southwestern Rare and Endangered Plant Conference

The reproductive ecology of Arctomecon californica, Vincent J. Tepedino and L. L. Hickerson; Final Report, The Nature Conservancy, Las Vegas, NV

Review of Sarah K. Gess’s “The pollen wasps”, Vincent J. Tepedino and Phillip F. Torchio; The Quarterly Review of Biology

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

1995

Genetic diversity, gene flow and clonal structure of the Salmon River populations of MacFarlane’s Four O’Clock, Mirabilis macfarlanei (Nyctaginaceae), J. L. Barnes, P. G. Wolf, and Vincent J. Tepedino; Final Report, USDI Bureau of Land Management, Boise, ID

Notes on the nesting biology of Svastra atripes (Hymenoptera: Apoidea), James H. Cane; Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

Susceptibility of Ips calligraphus (Germar) and Dendroctonus frontalis Zimmermann (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) to coleopteran-active Bacillus thuringiensis, a bacterial metabolite, and Avermectin B1, James H. Cane, H. Cox, and W. Moar; The Canadian Entomologist

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

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

Reproductive biology of the rare orchid, Spiranthes diluvialis: Breeding system, pollination, and implications for conservation, S. D. Sipes and Vincent J. Tepedino; Conservation Biology

The pollination and reproduction of Spiranthes diluvialis: Implications for conservation of four populations, S. D. Sipes, P. G. Wolf, and Vincent J. Tepedino; USDI Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake City, UT

The bees of the Columbia Basin, Vincent J. Tepedino and Terry L. Griswold; Final Report, USDA Forest Service, Portland, Oregon