Free access
Issue
Apidologie
Volume 35, Number 1, January-February 2004
Page(s) 55 - 63
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/apido:2003062
References of  Apidologie 35 (2004) 55-63
  • Alford D.V. (1975) Bumblebees, Davis-Poynter, London.
  • Brian A.D. (1951) The pollen collection by bumble-bees, J. Anim. Ecol. 20, 191-194.
  • Buchmann S.L., Nabhan G.P. (1996) The Forgotten Pollinators, Island Press, Washington (DC).
  • Carvell C. (2002) Habitat use and conservation of bumblebees (Bombus spp.) under different grassland management regimes, Biol. Conserv. 103, 33-49  [CROSSREF link].
  • Colwell R.K., Futuyma D.J. (1971) On the measurement of niche breadth and overlap, Ecology 52, 567-576.
  • Corbet S.A., Williams I.H., Osborne J.L. (1991) Bees and the pollination of crops and wild flowers in the European Community, Bee World 72, 47-59.
  • Fussell M., Corbet S.A. (1992) Flower usage by bumblebees - a basis for forage plant management, J. Appl. Ecol. 29, 451-465.
  • Goodwin S.G. (1995) Seasonal phenology and abundance of early-, mid- and long-season bumble bees in southern England, 1985-1989, J. Apic. Res. 34, 79-87.
  • Graham L., Jones K.N. (1996) Resource partitioning and per-flower foraging efficiency in 2 bumble bee species, Am. Midl. Nat. 136, 401-406.
  • Harder L.D. (1985) Morphology as a predictor of flower choice by bumblebees, Ecology 66, 198-210.
  • Heinrich B. (1976) Resource partitioning among some eusocial insects: Bumblebees, Ecology 57, 874-889.
  • Inouye D.W. (1978) Resource partitioning in bumblebees: experimental studies of foraging behavior, Ecology 59, 672-678.
  • Inouye D.W. (1980) The effects of proboscis and corolla tube lengths on patterns and rates of flower visitation by bumblebees, Oecologia 45, 197-201.
  • Jennersten O., Berg L., Lehman C. (1988) Phenological differences in pollinator visitation, pollen deposition and seed set in the sticky catchfly Viscaria vulgaris, J. Ecol. 76, 1111-1132.
  • Johnson R.A. (1986) Intraspecific resource partitioning in the bumble bees Bombus ternarius and B. pennsylvanicus, Ecology 67, 133-138.
  • Kosior A. (1995) Changes in the fauna of bumble-bees (Bombus Latr.) and cuckoo-bees (Psithyrus Lep.) of selected regions in southern Poland, in: Banaszak J. (Ed.), Changes in Fauna of Wild Bees in Europe, Bydgoszcz, Pedagogical University, pp. 103-111.
  • Magurran A.E. (1988) Ecological diversity and its management, Princeton University Press, Princeton.
  • Manly B.F.J. (1986) Randomization and regression methods for testing for associations with geographical, environmental and biological distances between populations, Res. Popul. Ecol. 28, 201-218.
  • Osborne J.L., Corbet S.A. (1994) Managing habitats for pollinators in farmland, Asp. Appl. Biol. 40, 207-215.
  • Osborne J.L., Williams I.H., Corbet S.A. (1991) Bees, pollination and habitat change in the European community, Bee World 72, 99-116.
  • Peters G. (1972) Ursachen fur den Rückgang der seltenen heimischen Hummelarten (Hym., Bombus et Psithyrus), Entomol. Ber. 1972, 85-90.
  • Prys-Jones O.E., Corbet S.A. (1991) Bumblebees, Richmond Publishing Company, Slough.
  • Pyke G.H. (1982) Local geographic distributions of bumblebees near Crested Butte, Colorado: competition and community structure, Ecology 63, 555-573.
  • Ranta E. (1982) Species structure of North European bumblebee communities, Oikos 38, 202-209.
  • Ranta E. (1983) Proboscis length and the coexistence of bumblebee species, Oikos 43, 189-196.
  • Ranta E., Tiainen M. (1982) Structure in seven bumblebee communities in eastern Finland in relation to resource availability, Holart. Ecol. 5, 48-54.
  • Ranta E., Vepsäläinen K. (1981) Why are there so many species? Spatio-temporal heterogeneity and northern bumblebee communities, Oikos 36, 28-34.
  • Ranta E., Lundberg H., Teräs I. (1980) Patterns of resource utilization in two Fennoscandian bumblebee communities, Oikos 36, 1-11.
  • Rasmont P. (1995) How to restore the Apoid diversity in Belgium and France? Wrong and right ways, or the end of protection paradigm! in: Banaszak J. (Ed.), Changes in Fauna of Wild Bees in Europe, Bydgoszcz, Pedagogical University, pp. 53-64.
  • Simpson G.H. (1949) Measurement of diversity, Nature 163, 688.
  • Skovgaard O.S. (1936) Rødkloverens Bestøvning. Humlebier og Humleboer. Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskabs Skrifter Naturvidenskabelig og Mathematisk Afdeling. 9, Raekke 6, 1-140.
  • Teräs I. (1985) Food plants and flower visits of bumble-bees (Bombus: Hymenoptera, Apidae) in southern Finland, Acta Zool. Fenn. 179, 1-120.
  • Westrich P. (1996) Habitat requirements of central European bees and the problems of partial habitats. in: Matheson A., Buchmann S.L., O'Toole C., Westrich P., Williams I.H. (Eds.), The conservation of bees, Academic Press, London, pp. 2-16.
  • Westrich P., Schwenninger H.-R., Dathe H., Riemann H., Saure C., Voith J., Weber K. (1998) Rote Liste der Bienen (Hymenoptera: Apidae), in: Rote Liste Gefährdeter Tiere Deutschlands, Bundesamt für Naturschutz (Ed.), Naturschutz 55, Bonn, Schriftenr. Landschaftspf, pp. 119-129.
  • Williams P.H. (1982) The distribution and decline of British bumble bees (Bombus Latr), J. Apic. Res. 21, 236-245.
  • Williams P.H. (1985) On the distribution of bumble bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae), with particular regard to patterns within the British Isles, Ph.D. thesis, University of Cambridge, UK, 180 p.
  • Williams P.H. (1986) Environmental change and the distribution of British bumble bees (Bombus Latr.), Bee World 67, 50-61.
  • Williams P.H. (1988) Habitat use by bumble bees (Bombus spp.), Ecol. Entomol. 13, 223-237.