Bumble bees exhibit daily behavioral patterns in pollen foraging

@article{Vaudo2014BumbleBE,
  title={Bumble bees exhibit daily behavioral patterns in pollen foraging},
  author={Anthony D Vaudo and Harland M. Patch and David A. Mortensen and Christina M Grozinger and John F. Tooker},
  journal={Arthropod-Plant Interactions},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={273-283}
}
In response to global declines in bee populations, several studies have focused on floral resource provisioning schemes to support bee communities and maintain their pollination services. Optimizing host-plant selection for supplemental floral provisioning requires an understanding of bee foraging behavior and preferences for host-plant species. However, fully characterizing these preferences is challenging due to multiple factors influencing foraging, including the large degree of… CONTINUE READING
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