Current affiliation: Independent ResearcherSubject: Biological SciencesPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Animal BehaviourPublication date:1986-04-01
Published in:Bee WorldPublication date:2011-01-01
There are few literature illustrations of this behaviour.
Published in:The Quarterly Review of BiologyPublication date:1988-09-01
Published in:Ecological EntomologyPublication date:1979-02-01
Published in:Biological Journal of the Linnean SocietyPublication date:1992-04-01
The paper describes the unusual, very alkaline, nectar of this parasitic plant (native to the mediterranean) and whose flowers grow at ground level...
Published in:Plant Cell & EnvironmentPublication date:1979-12-01
Published in:Journal of Apicultural ResearchPublication date:1981-01-01
In 1979 we looked at the species of bumblebees present on Iceland, and found there were three - two of which were previously not known to occur the...
Published in:Journal of Applied EcologyPublication date:1995-11-01
Published in:Journal of Natural HistoryPublication date:2016-10-11
A recent doubling in the number of bumblebee species in Iceland, and the probable causes. Colonisation of remote islands by bumblebees is discussed.
Published in:Bee WorldPublication date:2014-01-01
Published in:Bird StudyPublication date:1973-12-01