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Wild Bee Survey at the Campus of Hokkaido University (With 20 Text-figures and 9 Tables)

@inproceedings{Sakagami1973WildBS,
  title={Wild Bee Survey at the Campus of Hokkaido University (With 20 Text-figures and 9 Tables)},
  author={Sh{\^o}ichi F. Sakagami and Hiromi Fukuda},
  year={1973}
}
Faunal makeup of wild bees and their flower utilization in a semi‐urbanized area in central Japan
TLDR
Findings show that the different characteristics of different bee communities reflect their local environmental conditions, including their floral compositions, which are solitary and oligolectic on Compositae.
Synopsis of Lasioglossum (Dialictus) Robertson, 1902 (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Halictidae) in Japan, the Korean Peninsula and Taiwan
TLDR
Twelve species in total are recognized for the subgenus Lasioglossum (Dialictus) Robertson, 1902 from Japan, the Korean Peninsula and Taiwan, and four species, including L. taiwanense sp.
The bee family Halictidae (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) from Central Asia collected by the Kyushu and Shimane Universities Expeditions
TLDR
The genus Lasioglossum dominated the number of species and individuals in the collection, mostly composed of western to central Asian elements in the surveyed area.
Natural History Specimens in Ecology
Alloparental care in a solitary bee
TLDR
It is shown that extended parental care, as well as sibling care in Ceratina calcarata plays an important role in offspring development, and, upon removal of the mother, that specifically produced ‘dwarf’ female offspring take over parental care roles in the nest.
Management of Pollinators for Crop Plants and Wildlife
Pollinating animals are critically important to the maintenance of virtually all terrestrial ecosystems, yet the population status of most pollinating species often goes unnoticed. Butterflies,
Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) Utilizing Tecoma stans (L.) Juss. ex Kunth (Bignoniaceae) in Urban Landscapes: A Comparison of Occurrence Patterns and Community Composition in Three Cities in Northwestern Costa Rica
TLDR
The potential of T. stans to serve as an in-situ monitoring resource for urban bee communities is discussed as the natural distribution and attractiveness present opportunities across a broad geographic range.
Foraging ecology of a local wild bee community in an abandoned Satoyama system in Kanazawa, Central Japan
TLDR
Careful and planned restoration practices to increase the diversity of foraging resources, microenvironment diversity and potential nesting areas for wild bees are needed to improve the ability of the Satoyama system to support more diverse and abundant wild bee populations.
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