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Management of Wild Bees for the Pollination of Crops
For the purposes of this review, wild bees are defined as all of the mem­ bers of the superfamily Apoidea (bees) other than the genus Apis (honey bees ) . I shall discuss specific efforts toExpand
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The biology and external morphology of bees ; with a synopsis of the genera of northwestern America
Published November 1969. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:Expand
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Filth-inhabiting Flies of Guam.
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THE POLLINATION ECOLOGY OF ASTRAGALUS CIBARIUS AND ASTRAGALUS UTAHENSIS (LEGUMINOSAE)
Astragalus cibarius and A. utahensis are common perennial species of a widespread legume genus. The pollination of Astragalus has been briefly discussed in the literature, but little work has beenExpand
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Insect Pollinators of Carrots in Utah
I N THE course of observation at Logan, Utah, on the occurrence and pollinating activities of insects on carrots grown for seed, 334 species representing 71 families, were collected. Most numerous inExpand
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The Evolution of Parasitism Among Bees
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Neral and Geranial: Identification in a Colletid Bee
Notwithstanding the fact that substantial documentation has established the important role that pheromones play in the social biology of higher bees, there is a paucity of information on both theExpand
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