Monthly Archives: February 2014

Bees reduce, reuse and recycle!

Scott MacIvor is a PhD student in the Packer Lab at York University.  He recently discovered that megachilid bees occasionally use trash as nesting materials.  Discover magazine (and many others) have picked up the story – click here for the … Continue reading

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New paper: Effect of meadow regeneration on bee abundance and diversity in southern Ontario, Canada

We are really pleased that the second paper from Amy Rutgers-Kelly`s MSc thesis has finally been published: Rutgers-Kelly A, Richards MH. 2013. Effect of meadow regeneration on bee (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) abundance and diversity in southern Ontario, Canada.  The Canadian Entomologist, 145, 06, 655-667, DOI: 10.4039/tce.2013.42.   … Continue reading

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