Ecology and natural history of tropical bees

@inproceedings{Roubik1989EcologyAN,
  title={Ecology and natural history of tropical bees},
  author={D. Roubik},
  year={1989}
}
  • D. Roubik
  • Published 1989
  • Biology
  • Preface Acknowledgments Part I. Introduction: 1. Approaches to tropical bee biology 2. Diversity of tropical bees Part II. Foraging and Pollination: 3. Resources gathered by bees 4. Mechanisms of resource collection 5. Foraging and flight activity 6. Pollination ecology Part III. Nesting and Reproduction Biology: 7. Bee nests 8. Nest predators, associates and defense 9. Mating and brood production Part IV. Community Ecology: 10. Seasonality, abundance and flower preference 11. Composition of… CONTINUE READING
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