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  • POLLINATION BY INSECTS - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS

    BEE BIOLOGY: Nest of BOMBUS MELANOPYGUS in a bird house successfully transferred 30 miles. Nesting biology of the solitary digger bee, Habropoda depressa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in urban and island environments. J. Kansas Entomol. Soc. 71(2):116-136. Females of HABROPODA visit more than two times as many LUPINUS ARBOREUS flowers

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  • Bee Basics - USDA

    have species that are solitary (living and raising their brood alone) or social (living together and sharing the rearing and provisioning). For example, bumble bees and yellow jacket wasps are social and have an annual colony. In both, an over-wintering queen emerges in the spring. The queen builds a nest, collects food, and lays eggs.

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  • Effects of urban land use on pollinator (Hymenoptera

    Jan 01, 2001 · Nesting biology of the solitary digger bee Habropoda depressa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in urban and island environments Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 71 ( 1998 ), pp. 116 - 136 View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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  • Bee Basics - USDA

    have species that are solitary (living and raising their brood alone) or social (living together and sharing the rearing and provisioning). For example, bumble bees and yellow jacket wasps are social and have an annual colony. In both, an over-wintering queen emerges in the spring. The queen builds a nest, collects food, and lays eggs.

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  • 404: China's Abandoned Nuclear City - Sixth Tone

    Oct 19, 2016 · 404 City is located on the sandy plains of Gansu province in China's northwest, some 100 kilometers to the west of Jiayuguan City. Its name comes from 404 Co. Ltd., a company under the China National Nuclear Corporation. When the city was built in 1958, it …

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  • Those Incredible Digger Bees and Their Nest Parasites

    Dec 27, 2019 · Leslie did much of her work at the Mojave National Preserve, where she tracked the solitary bee Habropoda pallida and its nest parasite, a blister beetle, Meloe franciscanus. The larvae of the parasitic blister beetle produce a chemical signal or allomone, similar to that of a female bee's pheromone, to lure males to the larval aggregation.

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  • Revision of the Habropoda and Tetralonioidella species of

    May 28, 2007 · Barthell, J.F., Bromberger, D.M., Daly, H.V.and Thorp, R.W. (1999) Nesting biology of the solitary digger bee Habropoda depressa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in urban and island environments. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 71, 116–135.

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  • China to send three astronauts to space station early on

    Oct 14, 2021 · China will send three astronauts to an unfinished space station early on Saturday, including the first female crew member to visit the station, …

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  • The potential for phenological mismatch between a

    Jul 02, 2018 · Nesting biology of the solitary digger bee Habropoda depressa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in urban and island environments. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 71:116–136. [Google Scholar] Bartomeus I, Ascher JS, Wagner D, …

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  • potential for phenological mismatch between a perennial

    Nesting biology of the solitary digger bee Habropoda depressa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in urban and island environments Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 71

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  • NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING (CENTRAL STATES) …

    Nesting Biology of the Solitary Digger Bee Habropoda depressa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in Urban and Island Environments. John F. Barthell, Daniel M. Bromberger, Howell V. …

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  • Species Habropoda depressa - California Mountain-Digger

    Dec 05, 2017 · Family Apidae (Cuckoo, Carpenter, Digger, Bumble, and Honey Bees) Subfamily Apinae (Honey, Bumble, Longhorn, Orchid, and Digger Bees) Tribe Anthophorini (Digger Bees) Genus Habropoda (Mountain-Diggers) Species depressa (California Mountain-Digger) Explanation of Names. Author: Fowler. Numbers. 9 species.

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  • Those Incredible Digger Bees and Their Nest Parasites

    Dec 27, 2019 · Leslie did much of her work at the Mojave National Preserve, where she tracked the solitary bee Habropoda pallida and its nest parasite, a blister beetle, Meloe franciscanus. The larvae of the parasitic blister beetle produce a chemical signal or allomone, similar to that of a female bee's pheromone, to lure males to the larval aggregation.

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  • Leucophora Satellite Flies (Diptera: Anthomyiidae) as Nest

    Jun 05, 2015 · Barthell JF, Bromberger DM, Daly HV, Thorp RW (1998) Nesting biology of the solitary digger bee Habropoda depressa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in urban and island environments. J Kansas Entomol Soc 71:116–136. Google Scholar

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  • Digger Bee: pictures, information, classification and more

    The Pacific sand dune bee is a digger bee that nests in coastal sand dunes in California, Oregon, and Washington. The females dig nests 0.9 m (3 ft) deep in compacted dune sand. Scientific classification: The digger bees comprise the subfamily Anthophorinae, family Anthophoridae, order Hymenoptera. The southeastern blueberry bee is Habropoda

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  • Those Incredible Digger Bees and Their Nest Parasites

    Dec 27, 2019 · The research contributes to the understanding of the communication signals of bees in the genus Habropoda. Leslie, who holds a doctorate in entomology from UC Davis, is currently finishing two research papers: the basic biology of digger bee Habropoda pallida, and the biology of the silver digger bee Habropoda miserabilis.

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  • potential for phenological mismatch between a perennial

    Nesting biology of the solitary digger bee Habropoda depressa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in urban and island environments Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 71

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  • NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING (CENTRAL STATES) …

    Nesting Biology of the Solitary Digger Bee Habropoda depressa (Hymenoptera: Anthophoridae) in Urban and Island Environments. John F. Barthell, Daniel M. Bromberger, Howell V. …

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  • Those Incredible Digger Bees and Their Nest Parasites

    Dec 27, 2019 · The research contributes to the understanding of the communication signals of bees in the genus Habropoda. Leslie, who holds a doctorate in entomology from UC Davis, is currently finishing two research papers: the basic biology of digger bee Habropoda pallida, and the biology of the silver digger bee Habropoda miserabilis.

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  • - Stanislaus County

    Dec 27, 2019 · Those Incredible Digger Bees and Their Nest Parasites. Dec 27, 2019

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