COS 16
Pollination I

Monday, August 10, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
339, Baltimore Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Examining the ecological significance of floral orientation in relation to biotic and abiotic agents of selection
Shang-Yao Peter Lin, University of Ottawa; Jessica R.K. Forrest, University of Ottawa
1:50 PM
 Bumble bees balance colony demand and floral feedback when structuring foraging bouts
Jacob S. Francis, University of Nevada Reno; Felicity Muth, University of Nevada Reno; Daniel R. Papaj, University of Arizona; Anne S. Leonard, University of Nevada Reno
2:10 PM
 Influence of plant traits, density, and the environment on pollinators and reproduction of Dicerandra immaculata (Lamiaceae)
Cheryl L. Peterson, Bok Tower Gardens; Matthew L. Richardson, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
2:30 PM
 Flowering plant community composition affects plant-pollinator networks
Bridget Johnson, The University of Western Australia; Rachel J. Standish, Murdoch University; Lori Lach, James Cook University; Richard J. Hobbs, The University of Western Australia
2:50 PM
 How may climate warming affect a native Pieris butterfly, an invasive Pieris butterfly, and the pollination of their nectar plants across altitude?
Shu-Hui Yu, National Taiwan University; You-Hsuan Wu, National Taiwan University; En-Cheng Yang, National Taiwan University; Hsi-Mei Lai, National Taiwan University; Chuan-Kai Ho, National Taiwan University
3:10 PM
3:40 PM
 Landscape predictors of pathogen prevalence in bumble bees
Scott H. McArt, Cornell University; Christine Urbanowicz, Dartmouth College; Rebecca Irwin, Dartmouth College; Lynn Adler, UMass-Amherst
4:00 PM Cancelled
4:20 PM
 The benefits of communication in pollen-foraging honey bees
Matina Donaldson-Matasci, Harvey Mudd College; Anna Dornhaus, University of Arizona
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