• Bibliography

    The potential management of a ground-nesting, solitary bee: Anthophora abrupta (Hymenoptera: Apidae)

    Florida Entomologist 98(2): 528-535. 

    Graham, J R; Wilcox, E; Ellis, J D (2015)

    Managing a locally rare, ground-nesting bee with artificial nest sites and selective dispersal via translocation of nest materials.

    Native Buzz: Citizen scientists creating nesting habitat for solitary bees and wasps.

    Florida Scientist 77(4): 1-15.

    Graham, J R; Tan, Q; Jones, L C; Ellis, J D (2014)

    A citizen science project was developed to inspire participants to design, build, monitor and report data on solitary bee and wasp artificial nest sites in their backyards.

    Standard methods for wax moth research

    Apicultural Research 52(1): 1-17.

    Ellis, J D; Graham, J R; Mortensen A (2013)

    Methods for conducting research on the wax moth, a honey bee nest parasite.

    A scientific note on the comparison of airborne volatiles produced by commercial bumble bee (Bombus impatiens) and honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies

    Apidologie 44(1): 110-112.

    Graham, J R; Carroll, M J; Teal, P E A; Ellis, J D (2013)

    The airborne volatiles were collected from honey bee and bumble bees colonies and analyzed via GCMS, the resulting chemical compounds were compared and found to be quite different.

    Kodamaea ohmeri (Ascomycota: Saccharomycotina) presence in commercial Bombus impatiens Cresson and feral Bombus pensylvanicus DeGeer (Hymenoptera: Apidae) colonies.

    Journal of Apicultural Research 50(3): 218-226.

    Graham, J R; Ellis, J D; Benda, N D; Kurtzman, C P; Boucias, D G (2011)

    Kodamaea ohmeri, a yeast known to attract small hive beetles, honey bee nest pests, was found in commercial and feral bumble bee colonies.

    Aethina tumida (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) attraction to volatiles produced by Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and Bombus impatiens (Hymenoptera: Apidae) colonies.

    Apidologie 3(42): 326–336.

    Graham, J R; Ellis, J D; Carroll, M J; Teal, P E A (2011)

    Small hive beetle attraction to various components from honey bee and bumble bee colonies was investigated in 4-way olfactometer choice tests.

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