PS 41
Pollination

Wednesday, August 13, 2014: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
 Bee community composition and vegetation across a suite of restoration conditions in a longleaf pine savanna
Sabrie Breland, University of Georgia; L. Katherine Kirkman, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center; C. Ronald Carroll, University of Georgia
 Variations in soil moisture availability affect nectar production of three subalpine plant species in the Family Ranunculaceae
Anna C. Ortega, Fort Lewis College; David W. Inouye, University of Maryland; Heidi Steltzer, Fort Lewis College
 Factors influencing bumble bee persistence in a landscape fragmented by urbanization
Amanda Schochet, University of California, San Diego; Keng-Lou J. Hung, University of California, San Diego; David Holway, University of California, San Diego
 Foraging behavior and floral preference of Melissodes tepaneca
Alan D. Ritchie Jr., University of Texas, Austin; Shalene Jha, University of Texas, Austin
 Pollinator-plant species specificity as it relates to viable seed production and level of disturbance
María Fabiola Rodríguez, University of Texas; Antonio R. Castilla, University of Texas; Shalene Jha, University of Texas, Austin
 The pollination network of a native Hawaiian coastal plant community is dominated by non-native insects
Kimberly R. Shay, University of Hawai'i at Manoa; Donald R. Drake, University of Hawai'i at Manoa; Andrew Taylor, University of Hawai'i at Manoa; Heather Sahli, Shippensburg University
 Pollinator harassment by invasive ants alters floral utilization by honey bees
C. Sheena Sidhu, University of California Riverside; Erin E. Wilson Rankin, University of California Riverside
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