PS 37

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Fine-scale relationships between pollinatiors and flowers revealed by using a high-speed camera
Ryota L Sakamoto, Gifu Univ.; Nobumitsu Kawakubo, Gifu Univ.; Motomi Ito, Tokyo Univ.; Shin-Ichi Morinaga, Nihon Univ.
 Willow shrub density affects pollination of alpine forbs differentially and nonlinearly
Jessica A. Kettenbach, University of Missouri-Columbia; Nicole Miller-Struttmann, University of Missouri-Columbia; Candace Galen, University of Missouri-Columbia
 Moderation is best: Effects of grazing intensity on flowers, pollinators, and pollination networks in Mediterranean communities
Theodora Petanidou, University of the Aegean; Amparo Lazaro, Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies; Thomas Tscheulin, University of the Aegean; Jelle Devalez, University of the Aegean
 Bumblebee community composition and competition impacts reproduction of native and invasive plants
Sandra D. Gillespie, Simon Fraser University; Elizabeth Elle, Simon Fraser University
 Pollination services and pollen limitation in Triodanis perfoliata, a cleistogamous annual plant
Beth H. Ansaldi, Fordham University; Steven J. Franks, Fordham University; Jennifer J. Weber, Fordham University; Gabriel Diaz, Fordham University Department of Biological Sciences
 A survey of pollinators in four urban areas of China
Cheryl A. Heinz, Benedictine University; Steven P. Day, Benedictine University
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