Robert Minckley

Biology University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
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Laport RG, Minckley RL, Pilson D. (2021) Pollinator assemblage and pollen load differences on sympatric diploid and tetraploid cytotypes of the desert-dominant Larrea tridentata. American Journal of Botany
Minckley RL, Danforth BN. (2019) Sources and frequency of brood loss in solitary bees Apidologie. 50: 515-525
Laport RG, Minckley RL, Ramsey J. (2016) Ecological distributions, phenological isolation, and genetic structure in sympatric and parapatric populations of the Larrea tridentata polyploid complex. American Journal of Botany
López-Uribe MM, Cane JH, Minckley RL, et al. (2016) Crop domestication facilitated rapid geographical expansion of a specialist pollinator, the squash bee Peponapis pruinosa. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 283
Lebuhn G, Droege S, Connor EF, et al. (2015) Evidence-based conservation: reply to Tepedino et al. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 29: 283-5
Minckley RL. (2014) Maintenance of richness despite reduced abundance of desert bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) to persistent grazing Insect Conservation and Diversity. 7: 263-273
Norman L, Villarreal M, Pulliam HR, et al. (2014) Remote sensing analysis of riparian vegetation response to desert marsh restoration in the Mexican Highlands Ecological Engineering. 70: 241-254
Shapiro LH, Tepedino VJ, Minckley RL. (2014) Bowling for bees: optimal sample number for “bee bowl” sampling transects Journal of Insect Conservation. 18: 1105-1113
Minckley RL, Roulston TH, Williams NM. (2013) Resource assurance predicts specialist and generalist bee activity in drought. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 280: 20122703
Lebuhn G, Droege S, Connor EF, et al. (2013) Detecting Insect Pollinator Declines on Regional and Global Scales Conservation Biology. 27: 113-120
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