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Vol 11 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Do native bees have the potential to promote interspecific pollination in introduced Impatiens species?|
|Paola Ugoletti, Darren Reidy, Michael B. Jones, Jane C. Stout|
|Pollination ecology and floral function of Brown’s peony (Paeonia brownii) in the Blue Mountains of northeastern Oregon|
|Peter Bernhardt, Retha Meier, Nan Vance|
|The behaviour of Bombus impatiens (Apidae, Bombini) on tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill., Solanaceae) flowers: pollination and reward perception|
|Patrícia Nunes-Silva, Michael Hrncir, Les Shipp, Peter Kevan, Vera Lucia Imperatriz-Fonseca|
|Native bees pollinate tomato flowers and increase fruit production|
|Edivani Villaron Franceschinelli, Carlos Melo Silva Neto, Flaviana Gomes Lima, Bruno Bastos Gonçalves, Leonardo Lima Bergamini, Barbara Araújo Ribeiro Bergamini, Marcos Antônio Elias|
|Experimental pollinator decline affects plant reproduction and is mediated by plant mating system|
|Rebekka Lundgren, Amparo Lazáro, Ørjan Totland|
|Aggressive displacement of Xylocopa nigrita carpenter bees from flowers of Lagenaria sphaerica (Cucurbitaceae) by territorial male Eastern Olive Sunbirds (Cyanomitra olivacea) in Tanzania|
|Jeff Ollerton, Clive Nuttman|
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|Efficiency in pollen foraging by honey bees: Time, motion and pollen depletion on flowers of Sisyrinchium palmifolium Linnaeus (Asparagales: Iridaceae)|
|Daniel Paiva Silva, Joseph Moisan-De Serres, Darcet R. Souza, Suzane B. Hilgert-Moreira, Mariana Z. Fernandes, Peter G. Kevan, Breno M. Freitas|
|Pollination deficit in open-field tomato crops (Solanum lycopersicum L., Solanaceae) in Rio de Janeiro state, Southeast Brazil|
|Mariana Scaramussa Deprá, Geovana Girondi Delaqua, Leandro Freitas, Maria Cristina Gaglianone|
|Pollination deficits in UK apple orchards|
|Michael Paul Douglas Garratt, Louise Truslove, Duncan Coston, Rebecca Evans, Ellen Moss, Cassie Dodson, Nigel Jenner, Jacobus Biesmeijer, Simon Potts|
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