Our paper on social organisation and reproductive queues in eastern carpenter bees, is now “pre-published” in manuscript form. The paper analyses the foraging schedules of individually marked bees like the one on the photo (which was taken by Jess Vickruck), and is based on data from Chris Course’s MSc thesis. We will also post the reviews and data sets later in the summer – stay tuned! Richards MH, C Course. Ergonomic skew and reproductive queuing based on social and seasonal variation in foraging activity of eastern carpenter bees. Canadian Journal of Zoology, in press, DOI: 10.1139/cjz-2014-0330.