Journal of Pollination Ecology

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The Journal of Pollination Ecology is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that aims to promote the exchange of original knowledge and research in any area of pollination issues.

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Interesting stories about pollination can be published in the associated Pollination Magazine. A short lay person’s summary of all papers published in JPE can be found there as well.


Vol 17 (2015)

Table of Contents


Pollination ecology and floral visitor spectrum of turtlehead (Chelone glabra L.; Plantaginaceae) PDF
Leif L. Richardson, Rebecca E. Irwin

Short Communications

The floral bat lure dimethyl disulphide does not attract the palaeotropical Dawn bat PDF
Gerald G Carter, Alyssa B Stewart

Notes on Methodology

A restraining device to aid identification of bees by digital photography PDF
James Douglas Thomson, Jessica Lauren Zung

Opinion papers

A global review of pollination syndromes: A response to Ollerton et al. 2015 PDF
Ramiro Aguilar, Silvana Martén-Rodriguez, Germán Avila-Sakar, Lorena Ashworth, Martha Lopeazaraiza-Mikel, Mauricio Quesada
Response to Aguilar et al.’s (2015) critique of Ollerton et al. (2009) PDF
Nickolas M. Waser, Jeff Ollerton, Mary V Price
Thesis, deconstruction and new synthesis: the changing face of applied pollination PDF
Peter G Kevan

Early View

Floral symmetry affects bumblebee approach consistency in artificial flowers PDF
Brett Matthew Culbert, Jessica Forrest
Aggression between floral specialist bees enhances pollination of Hibiscus (section Trionum: Malvaceae) PDF
Blair Joseph Sampson, Cecil T Pounders, Christopher T Werle, Trevor R Mallette
Artificial pollen dispensing flowers and feeders for bee behaviour experiments PDF
Avery Leigh Russell, Daniel R Papaj
Assessment of pollen assemblages from the hives of Tetragonula carbonaria for the presence of the threatened species Grevillea parviflora subsp. parviflora PDF
Danielle Lloyd-Prichard, Steven Lucas, Tim Roberts, Simon Haberle
Inhibition of biochemical terpene pathways in Achillea millefolium flowers differently affects the behavior of bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) and flies (Lucilia sericata) PDF
Anne-Amélie Chloe Larue-Kontić, Robert R. Junker

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ISSN 1920-7603


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