solitary bees

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solitary bees

solitary bees

solitary bees

solitary bees

Nectar Sugar Limits Larval Growth of Solitary Bees (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)

Routes of Pesticide Exposure in Solitary, Cavity-Nesting Bees

Monitoring Solitary Bees in Modified Wildland Habitats: Implications for Bee Ecology and Conservation

The endangered Iris atropurpurea (Iridaceae) in Israel: honey-bees, night-sheltering male bees and female solitary bees as pollinators

Possible top-down control of solitary bee populations by ambush predators

Resource Effects on Solitary Bee Reproduction in a Managed Crop Pollination System

Phenotypic Variation in Fitness Traits of a Managed Solitary Bee, Osmia ribifloris (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)

Impact of Resource Levels on Sex Ratio and Resource Allocation in the Solitary Bee, Megachile rotundata

Candida riodocensis and Candida cellae, two new yeast species from the Starmerella clade associated with solitary bees in the Atlantic rain forest of Brazil

Potential Pollinators of Tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum (Solanaceae), in Open Crops and the Effect of a Solitary Bee in Fruit Set and Quality

The Role of Frass and Cocoon Volatiles in Host Location by Monodontomerus aeneus, a Parasitoid of Megachilid Solitary Bees

Effects of the Insecticide Phosmet on Solitary Bee Foraging and Nesting in Orchards of Capitol Reef National Park, Utah

Consistent mixing of near and distant resources in foraging bouts by the solitary mason bee Osmia lignaria

Progeny Density and Nest Availability Affect Parasitism Risk and Reproduction in a Solitary Bee (Osmia lignaria) (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)

Influence of Winter Temperature and Simulated Climate Change on Body Mass and Fat Body Depletion During Diapause in Adults of the Solitary Bee, Osmia rufa (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)


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The majority of bees, which are not social (i.e. there is no worker caste and the bees do not live in colonies). Each nest is the work of an individual female and, although nests may be aggregated, there is no co-operation among individuals.

Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences — Ecology and Conservation.

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