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- Ginsberg, Howard S.
- Ecology 1983 v.64 no.1 pp. 165-175
- Apis mellifera; Barbarea vulgaris; Halictus ligatus; Solidago; apples; canopy; diapause; flight; flowering; flowers; foraging; forests; frost; herbs; honey bees; interspecific variation; introduced species; multivoltine habit; nectar; overwintering; seasonal variation; spring; summer; trees; New York
- ... In an abandoned field near Ithaca, New York, bee species partitioned the available flower resources, primarily by foraging at different times of the season and by visiting different flower species. Honey bees (Apis mellifera) concentrated on different flower species than did native bees. In spring, most flowers bloomed along roadsides, in cultivated fields, or in forests. Many were clustered in sp ...