James Cane, PhD

USDA-ARS Logan, Utah 
"James Cane"
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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
Cane JH. (2015) Landscaping pebbles attract nesting by the native ground-nesting bee Halictus rubicundus (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) Apidologie. 46: 728-734
Pitts-Singer TL, Cane JH, Trostle G. (2014) Progeny of osmia lignaria from distinct regions differ in developmental phenology and survival under a common thermal regime Journal of Insect Physiology. 67: 9-19
Cane JH, Dunne R. (2014) Generalist bees pollinate red-flowered penstemon eatonii: Duality in the hummingbird pollination syndrome American Midland Naturalist. 171: 365-370
Cane JH. (2014) The oligolectic bee Osmia brevis sonicates Penstemon flowers for pollen: a newly documented behavior for the Megachilidae Apidologie. 45: 678-684
Lebuhn G, Droege S, Connor EF, et al. (2013) Detecting Insect Pollinator Declines on Regional and Global Scales Conservation Biology. 27: 113-120
Cane JH, Johnson C, Napoles JR, et al. (2013) Seed-feeding beetles (bruchinae, curculionidae, brentidae) from legumes (dalea ornata, astragalus filipes) and other forbs needed for restoring rangelands of the intermountain west Western North American Naturalist. 73: 477-484
Cane JH, Kervin LJ, McKinley R. (2013) Sensitivity of systematic net sampling for detecting shifting patterns of incidence and abundance in a floral guild of bees at Larrea tridentata Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 86: 171-180
Cane JH, Love B, Swoboda K. (2012) Breeding biology and bee guild of douglas' dustymaiden, chaenactis douglasii (Asteraceae, Helenieae) Western North American Naturalist. 72: 563-568
Cane JH, Weber M, Miller S. (2012) Breeding biologies, pollinators, and seed beetles of two prairie-clovers, dalea ornata and dalea searlsiae (fabaceae: Amorpheae), from the intermountain West, USA Western North American Naturalist. 72: 16-20
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