3 edition of Systematics and ecology of bees of the subgenus Diandrena (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) found in the catalog.
Systematics and ecology of bees of the subgenus Diandrena (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae)
Robbin W. Thorp
Bibliography: p. 129-132.
|Statement||by Robbin W. Thorp.|
|Series||University of California publications in entomology, v. 52, University of California publications in entomology ;, v. 52.|
|LC Classifications||QL461 .C17 vol. 52|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||70626954|
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Systematics and ecology of bees of the subgenus Diandrena (Hymenoptera, Andrenidae). Berkeley: University of California Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robbin W Thorp.
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this book establishes a more solid theoretical foundation for the field. Among the weaknesses the authors. Home. Alphabetical Author Reference Index Acknowledgements Authors Index Links. Additions: Tenth Issue. File "Additions: Tenth Issue" contain references published between 01 Aug to 31 August A survey of the bee species and their ornamental host flowers that occur in residential neighborhoods of the cities of Albany and adjacent Berkeley in northern California was conducted from – A simple bee frequency (visitation) count was developed to evaluate the relative attraction of bees to their host flowers.
Results of the survey revealed that 76 species of bees, mostly natives Cited by: Thorp, R. Systematics and ecology of bees of the subgenus Diandrena (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae). University of California Publications in Entomology Thorp, R.
Ecology and behavior of Melecta separata callura. American Midland Naturalist Thorp, R. Ecology and behavior of Anthophora edwardsii. Thorpe, R.W. () Systematics and ecology of bees of the subgenus Diandrena (Hymenoptera: An- N. Waser and M. Price drenidae). University of Cited by: The ecology of solitary bees.
Hilgardia 27 (19): Linsley, E. Observations on some matinal bees at flowers of Cucurbita, Ipomoea, and Datura in desert areas of New Mexico and southeastern Arizona. Journal of the NewYork Entomological Society Linsley, E. This book is largely an account of bee classiﬁcation and of phylogeny, so far as it has been pieced together, i.e., the systematics of all bees of the world.
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(vi), p., 88 figs, 13 maps, paperbound; EH € Thorp, R.W. Systematics and ecology of bees of the subgenus Diandrena (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae). University of California Publications in Entomology Thorp, R.W. Insect pollination of vernal pool flowers. in: S. Jain (Editor). Vernal Pools their ecology and conservation.
Full text of "Journal of Hymenoptera research" See other formats. 10 tables (pollination ecology of spp. in front range of Colorado Rocky Mountains). — Michener, The social behavior of the bees, chapterfigs., Cambridge, Massachusetts, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press (natural history).
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