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Red currants
... in small bunshes (future grape) with yellow-green flowers.Pollination is mainly done by bumble bees and solitary bees (by occasion also by honeybees). Care: remove crossing branches to keep the bush open ...
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Pink currants
... in small bunshes (future grape) with yellow-green flowers.Pollination is mainly done by bumble bees and solitary bees (by occasion also by honeybees). Care: remove crossing branches to keep the bush open ...
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San Diego Mts. Photos 2
... found in habitats different from either putative progenitor and is pollinated by both hummingbirds and solitary bees. Thus, if Straw's hypothesis is correct, this hybrid became isolated through ecological and ethological ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

Penstemon clevelandii
... in elevation. It has a slightly inflated magenta corolla and is visited by hummingbirds and solitary bees. Several studies of hybridization and hybrid speciation have focused on P. clevelandii (Straw 1955, 1956a ...
www.biosci.ohio-state.edu

Institute of Plant Sciences - Development - Petunia
... by the fact that they attract different pollinators. P. integrifolia ssp. inflata is pollinated by solitary bees P. axillaris ssp parodii is pollinated by nocturnal hawkmoths We crossed each of the wild ...
www.botany.unibe.ch

NCSU: ENT/ORT-114 Miner Bees
... Resources] Miner Bees Anthophora abrupta, Anthophoridae: Hymenoptera Miner bees (or chimney bees) are one of many familiar black and yellow summertime bees often mistaken for bumble bees. These, however, are solitary bees that do ... shallow water source should be available somewhere nearby such that bees may land and collect water. Miner bees are susceptible to predators such a birds, and parasites ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

Pollen Web Site of the Month
... This site has dozens of high-quality images of pollinators including honey bees, bumble bees, carpenter bees and other solitary bees, syrphids, bombyliids, droneflies, moths, butterflies, and more! It also hosts illustrated ... wonderful source of web-ucation including; what is pollination, a page all about solitary bees (very extensive), and a page of pollination research ppt slide shows. This ...
www.geo.arizona.edu

California native plants for bumble bees and other native be species
... of California native bees, 26 of these are bumblebees and most of the rest are solitary bees. That is, they do not live in a hive with drones and all the rest. Some bee species are very specific in their needs. Andrena limnanthis Hesperandrena, a native solitary ... it is native to California. Bee society and nesting Solitary bees usually nest in the ground, in holes they ...
www.laspilitas.com

Geranium Blog : Attack of the Leafcutter Bees
... Kiss from a Prince Thursday, May 18, 2006 Attack of the Leafcutter Bees Leafcutter Bee damage to P. 'Mexican Sage' Several of my scented geraniums have been savaged by the leafcutter bees. Usually they busily cut circles out of my rose ... anything about them - other than swatting them - because they live solitary lives. Worse yet, they are considered beneficial pollinators. Bah humbug! ...
geraniums.momcom.net

Fauna of Roosevelt, Monmouth County, New Jersey, Fund for Roosevelt, Inc., Vertebrates, Reptiles, Amphibians, Mammals, Birds, Mollusks, Insects, Arachnids, Bibliography, Beetles, Butterflies, Dragonflies, Damselflies, Ticks, Wasps, Bees, Ants
... , Birds, Mollusks, Insects, Arachnids, Bibliography, Beetles, Butterflies, Dragonflies, Damselflies, Ticks, Wasps, Bees, Ants [ Links to lists ] [ Page Introduction ] Fauna of Roosevelt, Monmouth ... ] Turdus migratorius [American Robin] Tyrannus tyrannus [Eastern Kingbird] Vireo solitarius [Solitary Vireo] Zenaida macroura [Mourning Dove] Zonotrichia albicollis [White Throated Sparrow] [Invertebrates] ...
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