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- Richards, M.H., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Animal behaviour 2012 v.83 no.4 pp. 1083-1089
- Apoidea; Ceratina calcarata; Dipsacus fullonum; Rhus typhina; Rubus idaeus subsp. strigosus; Rubus moluccanus; branches; carpenter bees; interspecific competition; microclimate; nesting; nesting sites; nests; parasitism; pith; progeny; raspberries; Ontario
- ... Nest site selection can have important fitness consequences for bees: nest location and substrate influence conditions experienced by developing broods, and competition for nesting substrate influences the structure of bee communities. One approach to investigate how bees respond to limitations in nesting resources is to compare patterns of resource usage in the field to the outcome of choice expe ...