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 24 (2018)

Table of Contents


Pollen carryover between sequential foraging trips by a solitary bee: Implications for distant outcrossing PDF
James H Cane, Byron Love
Controlled pollinations reveal self-incompatibility and inbreeding depression in the nutritionally important parkland tree, Parkia biglobosa, in Burkina Faso PDF
Kristin Marie Lassen, Erik Dahl Kjær, Moussa Ouédraogo, Yoko Luise Dupont, Lene Rostgaard Nielsen
Do honeybees act as pollen thieves or pollinators of Datura wrightii? PDF
Andrew C. McCall, Sarah K. Richman, Eric Thomson, Monica Edgerton, Skyler Jordan, Judith Bronstein
Bumble bee forager abundance on lowland heaths is predicated by specific floral availability rather than the presence of honey bee foragers: evidence for forage resource partitioning PDF
Elizabeth Franklin, Tadhg Carroll, Debborah Blake, Kate Rickard, Anita Diaz

Short Communications

Movements of floral parts and roles of the tooth on the column wall of Bulbophyllum praetervisum (Orchidaceae) flower in pollination by Dacini fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) PDF
Keng Hong Tan, Lin Tze Tan

Early View

Floral visits of the wild bee, Lithurgus atratus, impact yield and seed germinability of okra, Abelmoschus esculentus, in Sri Lanka PDF
Shashini Perera, Inoka Karunaratne
Plant-pollinator interactions in East Asia: a review PDF
Daichi Funamoto
Busier bees: increasing nest traffic in commercial bumblebee colonies PDF
Callum Douglas Martin, Callum Toner, Michelle Fountain, Mark Brown
Native and non-native plants attract diverse bees to urban gardens in California PDF
Gordon Frankie, Ingrid Feng, Robbin Thorp, Jaime Pawelek, Marissa Helene Chase, Christopher C. Jadallah, Mark Rizzardi
Three complete plant-pollinator networks along a secondary successional gradient in critically endangered Renosterveld, South Africa PDF
Oliver Cowan, Pippin Anderson
Patterns of Nectar Production in Asclepias curassavica (Apocynaceae)) PDF
Steven Broyles
Variation in pollinator potential to carry a blueberry fungal pathogen and assessment of transfer efficiency in two managed bee species PDF
Matthew David Hank Boyer, Lynn S Adler
Testing how antagonistic interactions impact the robustness of plant-pollinator networks Untitled
Heather Briggs, Carolyn A. Ayers, Paul R. Armsworth, Berry J. Brosi
Cucurbits as a model system for crop pollination management PDF
Jessica Louise Knapp, Juliet Laura Osborne

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